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Asthma Clinic - available to adults and children. Please make an appointment with a nurse.

Travel Vaccinations - If you are planning a holiday abroad, please check with us at least six weeks before your departure date. More information is available on the above tab.
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Antenatal - once you have confirmed your pregnancy, you can self-refer to the hospital of your choice.

Postnatal - examinations are carried out at the surgery.

Child Health Clinic - held on Tuesdays from 11:00 -12:30.  Development checks are carried out by a doctor.  Immunisations are given by a nurse during the child heath clinic and an appointment is always necessary.  Please do not bring children with infectious diseases to this clinic.

Family Planning - all forms of family planning are offered by the doctors and nurses. Dr Schmalhorst fits both IUCDs (coils) and implants. An initial consultation is needed for this service, to assess suitability. Emergency contraception is also available. Currently, we only have a male doctor qualified to fit IUCDs (coils) but you can request a chaperone be also present during the appointment. If you would feel more comfortable being seen by a female doctor then please visit www.bexleysexualhealth.org for details of other local providers, or call 0208 301 8920.

Coronary Heart Clinic - an opportunity to check blood pressure, arrange blood tests if indicated and discuss lifestyle.

Cervical Smears - the surgery has a recall system. If you are due a smear, please make an appointment with a nurse.

Mammography - a three-yearly examination of the breast for cancer and is now done routinely for women between the age of 50-70 years in this area. You will be notified by post when your appointment is due. Women over 65 years are also eligible for routine three-yearly mammography but they must self-refer. Please ask a receptionist for the relevant form.

Spirometry Clinic - this clinic helps identify and diagnose the cause of breathing problems and identify the most appropriate course of treatment. Patients will be offered an appointment, if appropriate, by a doctor or nurse.syringe

Smoking Cessation - please make an appointment to see a nurse

Adult Immunisations - it is important to be covered for tetanus. If you have never had a tetanus injection, you will need a course of three injections.  A total of five injections gives life-long immunity, unless you are travelling or have a tetanus-prone wound.  Any woman planning to become pregnant should check that she is immune to German Measles by having a blood test.

Well Person Clinic - a service for both men and women who would like a general check up, cholesterol testing if necessary, blood pressure and urine check and advice on lifestyle. Advice on problems related to women’s health such as menopause, contraception and pre-conception, and for men, information about testicular examination can also be provided. 

Patients Over 16 Years of Age - If you have not been seen in the previous three years, you may request a medical check-up with one of our practice nurses.

Over 75 Check - you can book an appointment to see a nurse for an annual check-up at the surgery.  If you are housebound, this can be carried out in your home.  Please telephone the Surgery to make an appointment.

 
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