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Clinics & Services

Practice Nurses

Our practice nurses are available from Monday to Friday, by appointment for advice, information and support on a wide variety of health issues including; patient health screens, diet and lifestyle advice, weight management, ECGs and blood samples, clinics for Diabetes, high blood pressure, heart and respiratory diseases, contraceptive care, cervical smears and breast screening, immunisation (childhood and for travel abroad), influenza and pneumonia.

Cervical Smear Tests 

It is recommended that all women have regular cervical smears. You will be notified by post when your smear is due. Smear tests can be performed by either the Practice Nurses or the Doctors. A smear test is an essential part of any well women check-up. It involves a small inconvenience but it is very worthwhile as it enables us to detect early and treatable diseases of the neck of the womb. The Doctors and Nurses would be happy to further discuss this test with you. 

Minor Surgery 

The practice offers minor surgery such as the removal of small lumps and the freezing of warts..  

District Nurses

These Nurses provide general nursing care to patients who are ill at home or housebound. They also run daily clinics in the Treatment Room for dressings, blood tests, ear syringing and injections.

Health Visitors 

Available at Little Hulton Clinic.  Please ring the clinic directly on 0161 790 4283. 

Community Midwives

Available at the antenatal clinic on Wednesday mornings.  Please make appointments at reception. 

Phlebotomist

A trained phlebotomist is available by appointment in surgery for most blood tests.

 
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