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General Medical Services

Antenatal Clinic

Our community midwives care for mothers before and after delivery. Antenatal Clinics are held across both sites. Please note that if you are sure you are pregnant and have a positive test, you can just book straight in to see the midwife. You do not need to see a doctor first.

Counselling & Stress Management

Our counsellor will see patients at the surgery following referral by a doctor. We have different specialist counsellors across both sites. All patients are first triaged, via telephone, by the IAPT workers who will arrange an appointment with a different specialist should they need to. 

Diabetic Clinic

Nurse Jan Taylor and Michelle Green are our diabetic nurse specialists. Please make an appointment for regular monitoring. They are able to offer advice on any aspect of diabetes.

Health Visitors

Our Health Visitors are available to give advice on any aspect of childcare, including feeding problems, nutrition, child development, behaviour problems and minor illnesses.

If you have babies or young children, you are invited to see the Health Visitors in the community. For more information on the services which they offer please visit: https://www.sheffieldchildrens.nhs.uk/services/health-visiting/baby-clinics/ Where you will also be able to find the nearest clinic to you.

Hypertension & Coronary Heart Disease Clinics

All of our Nurses and Health Care assistants are able to monitor patients who are on treatment for high blood pressure, for regular monitoring of all patients with a history of angina, heart attacks or heart failure.

INR Clinic

Nurse Deborah Conlon, along side Health Care Assistant Stella, run an INR clinic for the monitoring of patients on warfarin on Tuesday morning. Rheumatology blood monitoring is available please contact Reception.

Physiotherapy

We no longer have an in-house Physio, however the clinicians are able to refer to the physio service should you require it.

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