Norton Welch CloseFleming AvenueNorth BaddesleyHampshire, SO52 9EPTel: 023 8074 3400
Whooping Cough Vaccination
If you are pregnant please contact the Surgery to ask if you are eligible for the whooping cough vaccination.
The surgery has 4 Practice Nurses. They are available for chronic disease management, i.e. asthma, diabetes, stroke monitoring and heart disease.
Baby immunisation clinics are run by the Practice Nurses each Monday. They offer travel immunisation advice by an initial telephone consultation for advice on what you will need and when followed by an appointment for the relevant immunisation.
Health checks are available for both men and women. A sexual health clinic is also available for booking.
Blood tests are available each morning. We also have a drop-in lunchtime session between 1pm - 2.30pm. There is no need for an appointment, just drop in, as long as your GP has requested your sample. NB: There is a maximum of 15 patients seen each day.
All diabetics who are not regularly monitored at the hospital will be invited to attend the Surgery on a regular basis. Progress will be carefully monitored to reduce the long term risks associated with diabetes, such as heart disease and deteriorating eyesight.
We have trained asthma nurses who review our patients. Regular monitoring of asthmatics is recommended and you are advised to keep your regular appointments.
Our nurses regularly monitor patients with hypertension. These appointments are designed to support those patients whose blood pressure is poorly controlled, providing comprehensive screening, advice and relevant medication.
The Surgery has a well equipped treatment room and some of the Partners are trained in a range of Minor surgical & Joint injection procedures. Dermatology and Musculoskeletal Medicine are two other areas where some partners have either had hospital training or in the process of developing a special interest in. Appointments for a minor operation/ joint injection should only be made after an initial consultation with one of the doctors.
A Child Immunisation clinic is held by the Practice Nurses every Monday at the Surgery from 11:00am - 1:00pm.
All children are checked regularly during their first five years of life. This will be done by the Health Visitor. You will either be contacted by the health visitor or sent an appointment to attend at the surgery.
These services are available at the surgery. Ladies considering a coil need to see Dr Ridout initially to confirm suitability. It is then important to have some routine swabs 2 weeks before the fitting.
This member of the nursing team is involved in blood pressure monitoring, minor health checks, ECGs, applying simple dressings etc.
If a child under 16 years old requires a blood test they can go to The Butterfly Room at the Southampton General Hospital, which run a walk-in service from Monday - Friday 9.00am to 12.00pm and 2.00pm to 4.00pm. If a child needs to fast for their blood test they can arrive at 8.15am.
It is not usually necessary to make an appointment with a doctor simply to have forms completed and/or signed. These can be left with a receptionist and collected at an agreed time. This service incurs a charge dependent on the nature and amount of work involved. Please see a receptionist for further details.
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