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Main RoadRadcliffe-on-TrentNottingham, NG12 2GDTel:
DIABETIC CLINIC This is run by the nurse to ensure that your diabetes is well controlled and to pick up any complications early. Please make an appointment with the practice nurse.
CARDIAC/STROKE CLINIC This is run by the nurse to monitor your blood pressure and to assess and treat any risk factors to reduce the possibility of further events. The nurse will contact you if you need an appointment.
MINOR SURGERY We are trained and approved to perform simple operations and joint injections. These are carried out in the comfort of the health centre.
MINOR INJURIES & X-RAYS
A recent survey of our patients revealed that some of you are not aware that the GPs and Practice Nurses are able to deal with a vast majority of minor injuries such as sprains, cuts and head injuries; we are also able to request X-Rays when necessary to rule out bony injuries.
All this can be done here in Radcliffe-on-Trent, so make sure you use us as your first port of call and you may be able to avoid a trip to hospital.
WELL PERSON CHECKS If you are over 16 years this is your opportunity to have your own “MOT”. These are run by our practice nurses with particular emphasis on helping you to avoid heart disease and maintain a healthy lifestyle. We would particularly like to see any adult up to 75 years old who has not been seen in the last 3 years, and over 75s who have not been seen in the last 12 months. Home visits can be arranged if necessary.
SMOKING CESSATION Our Health Care Assistants and Nurses can help together with SmokeFreeLife, our local quit smoking provider.
ADULT & TRAVEL VACCINATIONS
Click on the Travel Vaccinations tab above for information
FLU VACCINES These are available every year commencing in October and continuing until March.
If you would like a flu vaccine (and are eligible), please contact the surgery.
There are 2 types of flu vaccine for adults – One for over 65’s and one for 18-64. This is because different types of vaccines work best in different age groups. It is important to have the correct vaccine for your age group.
The nasal spray flu vaccine remains the vaccine of choice for the majority of children (under18).
Patients with any of the following conditions;
Please note that people in the 50-64 years old age group will not be vaccinated until November and December, providing there is sufficient vaccine, and no appointments will be offered for this age group until then. This is to ensure that those who are most at risk are vaccinated first. If you are 50-64 and you are in one of the other groups which is eligible for the flu vaccination, for example you have a health condition which puts you at risk from the flu, you will be invited earlier.
For further details please click on Vaccination Schedule from the list in the right hand pane.
PNEUMONIA VACCINE This is recommended for everyone over 65 years as well as the at-risk groups (see flu at risk groups above).
To help minimize the effect of asthma on your life. The treatment will be tailored to your needs. You will learn how to vary treatment when necessary.
CERVICAL SMEARS All women between the ages of 25 and 49 are recommended to have a cervical smear every three years. For women between 50 and 64 it is every five years.
FAMILY PLANNING We provide a comprehensive family planning service and will help you choose the most suitable contraceptive and provide it for you. Please make an appointment with one of the practice nurses or a doctor.
ANTENATAL CLINIC The Midwife is here to help you and your baby stay healthy during pregnancy. You will be seen regularly by the midwife and the doctor, with occasional visits to the hospital. In addition there are antenatal, parentcraft and postnatal classes.
BABY CLINIC & CHILD HEALTH SURVEILLANCE Baby Self Weigh Clinic is available on alternate Tuesdays 9am-10am. Telephone the Children & Young People Advice Line if you would like to discuss your babies weight on 0115 8837361
The Children & Young People Team monitor all children's development from age 0-19 years and can be contacted on 0115 8837361 if you have any concerns.
CHILDHOOD IMMUNISATIONS Children’s immunisations – Wednesday 2.00pm - 5.00pm. The practice provides a full immunisation service and we strongly recommend that all children are immunised according to the National Policy.
If you require any vaccinations relating to foreign travel you need to make an appointment with the practice nurse to discuss your travel arrangements. This will include which countries and areas within countries that you are visiting to determine what vaccinations are required. There is further information about countries and vaccinations required on the link below
Prior to your Travel, we would like to you to complete a Travel Assessment Form so that we can get a better understanding of where you are travelling, how long for and what activities you have planned.
This will avoid unnecessary appointments. It also means we can research the appropriate travel information before your holiday. Please note we will only be able to give the following travel vaccinations:-
Tetanus, Diphtheria, Polio, Typhoid and Hepatitis A
All other travel vaccinations will need to be given by a Travel Clinic e.g. Rabies, Hepatitis B etc. Please see details below for local Travel Clinics.
Please complete and return the Travel Assessment Form at least 7 weeks prior to your travel date so we can safely vaccinate if needed. If you are travelling in less than 7 weeks, we recommend that you seek advice from a travel clinic (details below) to ensure you are safely vaccinated before your trip.
Travel Forms will be available to collect from the Practice reception. Please can you complete the Travel Assessment Form and hand them back as soon as possible to the Reception desk so that we can organise an appointment with the nurse as required.
Please click on the link below if you would prefer to print a copy of the form and hand in to reception.
Travel Pre-Assessment Questionnaire
If you are up to date with all your necessary vaccinations and a travel appointment is not necessary, we will contact you by phone to let you know. If an appointment is required, you will be called to organise a suitable appointment with a nurse.
Please call one of the local Travel clinics below for further advice if planned travel is less than 7 weeks away.
Local travel clinics include:
MASTA Travel Clinic - Phakeys Pharmacy
149 Carlton Road Nottingham NG3 2FN
0330 100 4106
MASTA Travel Clinic - Abbey Pharmacy
63 Central Avenue Nottingham NG9 2QP
Cripps Health Centre
University Park, Nottingham, City of Nottingham NG7 2QW United Kingdom
Mon – Fri, 8am – 6pm
Travel Doc Nottingham
6, 2 Regent St, Nottingham NG1 5BQ
0115 947 5498
Manor Pharmacy West Bridgford
97a Melton Road, NG2 6EN
0115 981 3229
East Midlands Travel Clinic
57 Plains Road, Mapperley NG3 5LB
Also, for free travel advice follow this link below.
Some services provided are not covered under our contract with the NHS and therefore attract charges. Examples include the following:
The fees charged are based on the British Medical Association (BMA) suggested scales and our reception staff will be happy to advise you about them along with appointment availability.
Social Prescribing - a service designed to support you to find non-medical solutions to improve your health and well-being.
Perhaps you are feeling anxious, lonely, struggling with making healthy lifestyle choices, wanting to live well and independently as you grow older….?
Did you know that over a third of GP appointments are for non-medical matters – that’s where the Social Prescribing Team comes in.
We give you time to tell us what’s important to you.
We can support you to access lots of different things like counselling, benefits advice, weight loss services, community groups, information to help you age well and stay living independently.
We can help you make referrals to specialist services or help you look for volunteering opportunities within the community. We offer one to one goal based support to maximise your wellbeing and help you make the changes you want to.
We base much of our support around the 5 Ways to Wellbeing.
Rushcliffe social prescribing.
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