We offer numerous specific clinics including :
We provide facilities for a number of procedures including joint injections, removal of skin lesions and cysts (after check by doctor)
One of the team of midwives based at The Long Cross Centre hold an antenatal clinic on a Friday afternoon by appointment. If you think you may be pregnant please make an appointment to see your doctor as soon as possible to confirm this and have a check-up. Arrangements will then be made for you to see the midwife.
Childhood Immunisation Clinic is held with the practice nurse every Wednesday afternoon between 1.30pm and 3pm by appointment. Please do not bring unwell children to this clinic.
All doctors give a comprehensive range of family planning advice and treatment. These appointments are available during normal surgery hours.
All women between 25 – 65 are included in the recall system and will receive a letter inviting them to attend for a smear at appropriate intervals. If you have not had a smear within the last 5 years, please contact the surgery for an appointment.
Sister Linda Foley runs a Diabetic clinic where diabetic patients are reviewed at least annually and are advised on lifestyle, diet and treatment.
Our Respiratory Pharmacist, Stewart Whitehouse runs a Respiratory clinic wherepatients are reviewed at least annually and are advised on inhaler use and technique etc.
This practice welcomes teenagers. We want you to feel comfortable about coming to see a doctor or a nurse. The doctors and nurses are happy to see you by yourself, if this is what you want, even if you are under 16. You may like to bring a friend with you. Anything you discuss with any member of this practice will stay confidential.
At around 14 – 15 years of age, young people will be sent an invitation to make an appointment for a Teen Health Check for a tetanus booster and a chat with the nurse about teen health issues. This can be at any time. We have late afternoon appointments on Wednesdays and Fridays.
At Sea Mills we wish to encourage young people to feel confident about asking to see a Doctor or Nurse when they need to. Any young person (between 16 - 25) who comes to the surgery or telephones can ask for a 4YP appointment. You will be given the choice of a female GP or Nurse and an appoitment within 15 minutes. All appointments are completly confidential. You must present your C-Card at arrival to receive this service.
We would like to record on your records whether you either care for a person with a disability/illness or indeed whether you are being cared for. Please ask at reception for the necessary form to complete so that we may be in a position to offer help and advice where necessary.
Bristol North PCT has the responsibility for commissioning enhanced services from potential service providers. This practice has agreed to provide the following enhanced services for our patients :
- minor surgery
- childhood immunisations
- influenza immunisations (65 and over and other “at risk” groups)
- improved access
- intra-uterine contraceptive device fitting (IUCD)
- anticoagulation monitoring
- modernisation schemes re: CHD and demand management
- near patient testing
- drug abuse programme
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