Appointments for these clinics should be made at reception.
Family planning services
Family planning advice is available by appointment every day. We provide a full range of contraceptive methods including the pill, diaphragm/cap, IUCD, implants, condoms, injectable and natural family planning together with the following: – Confidential service for under 16’s – Emergency contraception (effective for up to 5 days after unprotected intercourse) – Pregnancy testing – Referral for abortion (and counselling) – Advice on safer sex.
The Midwife and Health Visitor hold evening parentcraft classes and the doctors see ante-natal patients in their normal surgeries. Please ask your Midwife or Health Visitor for details for the evening parentcraft classes.
Family Health Clinics
To have your baby weighed or to discuss your family health please ring your Health Visitor to book an appointment on 0300 323 0115. The Health Visitors are available to give telephone advice. Leave a message on the answerphone and a Health Visitor will return your call.
Child immunisation clinic
This is held on Wednesdays and appointments are sent in the post. It is vital that your child keeps these appointments – please contact reception if there are any problems and they can arrange an alternative time for you.
Well woman service
This includes cervical smears and breast examination and is available by appointment with the nurse.
Well person checks
This is a health promotion service with special advice on avoiding heart disease. Patients may book appointments through reception.
For individual advice make an appointment with one of the doctors.
Our diabetic nurse, Elaine Bagwell holds regular clinics.
Nurse Caroline Parkin holds asthma clinics every week and anyone may make their own appointment at the clinic. We aim to help all people with asthma become symptom free.
Vasectomies are available at Warwick House. Please ask at reception for details.
Minor surgery sessions
To avoid you having to go to the hospital the doctors perform many small operations at Warwick House. See your own doctor first.