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PATIENT NOTICE

HALF DAY CLOSURES 2022

Northgate surgery is closed for weekends and bank holidays.

The practice closes at 2pm on the following dates…

 

Wednesday

12th January

Tuesday

7th June

Thursday

3rd February

Wednesday

27th July

Tuesday

22nd March

Wednesday

21st September

Wednesday

27th April

Thursday

20th October

Thursday

19th May

Tuesday

8th November

 

  

For medical advice please dial NHS 111. For medical emergencies please call 999

                            

Clinics & Services

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Antenatal

This clinic is run by the midwives on Tuesdays. 

Child Health and Immunisation

These clinics are run on Mondays and Fridays, we will send immunisation appointments by post.  The health visitors clinic is held in the community clinic at Balance Street Health Centre. 

Minor surgery

Minor operations can be done in our treatment room. Please discuss this with your doctor who will then arrange for you to be given an appointment. 

Contraception and Cervical Smears

We offer a full range of contraceptive services including coil fittings and implant fittings. These appointments are within the normal surgery times. Smear appointments are on a Monday, Tuesday and Friday afternoon - if you are unable to attend at these times please speak to one of our receptionists.

Diabetes, Blood Pressure, Heart Disease and Asthma elderley_BP_check

Led by our nursing team, this clinic offers advice and general health check-ups to patients diagnosed with these conditions. 

Travel Advice

We offer advice and vaccinations for travel.  Please ask at reception for a travel health questionnaire and once completed you will be contacted by our practice nurse to discuss your requirements.  The cost of some travel vaccinations do have to be borne by the patient. 

Minor Injuries

We offer a minor injuries service.  Injuries will be assessed by a doctor or practice nurse and if appropriate, treated at the surgery.  More complex injuries will be referred to the accident and emergency department of a local hospital.

 
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