This is held daily by the Practice Nurse for patients with:
- Cardio Vascular Problems.
- Blood Pressure Monitoring.
- Cholesterol Checks.
- Chronic Heart Disorder Management.
Well Woman appointments and contraceptive services and advice are provided daily by the Practice Nurse.Family Planning advice is also given by Health Visitors.
Antenatal and postnatal care is provided on Friday afternoon, by appointment.
Designed to advise patients on all aspects of healthy living. Appointments can be made with the our lifesyle advisor.
Appointments can be made with the Practice Nurse for the diagnosis, treatment and review of all patients with asthma and other chest disorders.
This clinic is available to all diabetic patients in the Practice to monitor the condition. Appointments are available with our Practice Nurse.
Child Surveillance Clinics
Children and babies are seen at this clinic on Wednesday afternoons by GP’s and Health Visitors. An appointment is sent out by Health Visitors to each child for a check up at 6-8 weeks.
Routine immunisations are done by the Health Visitors. If you have any concerns please contact your health visitor.
Child Health Clinic
Children can be seen at the Surgery by a Health Visitor where advice can be given on development, immunisations, etc. Please contact your Health Visitor for dates and times.
Travel Immunisation – Vaccinations
Collect a holiday vaccination form from the reception at least 8 weeks prior to your vacation. Reception staff will inform you of our process. There may be a charge for immunisations or vaccinations not covered by the NHS.
An Influenza Vaccination is recommended for patients with heart, lung or kidney disease, diabetes, cancer patients, carers, residents in nursing or residential homes and anyone over 65 years old. Please contact the Surgery in September for details of the vaccination dates and to arrange an appointment.
Non NHS Certificate and Examinations
Sickness Certificates up to 7 days are not provided by the Doctor. Self-certificates for this purpose are available at reception. Private Certificates, Insurance Forms etc are not covered by the NHS and a fee will normally be payable.
Local pharmacies can treat treat a number of minor ailments:- including warts, verrucas, sore throats, coughs, headaches, cold sores, constipation, athlete’s foot, hay fever, head lice, mouth ulcers, thrush and many more.
Carers Together provide advice for adult carers in North Lanarkshire. They are available Monday - Friday 9am - 4.30pm by telephone on 01698 404055 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org