Clinics are set up to provide you with specialised care for specific problems.
Cervical Smear Clinic: By appointment
A cervical smear test that detects cancer of the neck of the womb that can help save your life. Woman aged 25-64 are encouraged to have a cervical smear test at least every 3 years. You may choose to see either a practice nurse or a doctor (male or female, by your choice) at any routine surgery - by appointment. Please let the receptionist know that you are booking for a cervical smear test so that sufficient time is allocated for your appointment.
All the doctors and practice nurses provide contraceptive advice. Oral contraceptives are prescribed by a doctor at a normal appointment.
Your Health Visitor will review you and your baby at about 6-8 weeks following delivery and direct you to the surgery to make an appointment to attend this clinic for a routine check up and to discuss any problems with the doctor.
Child Development Clinic
Monday 2.00pm - 4.00pm
For children up to 5 years old, this clinic, provided by the Health Visitor, carries out checks on your child's development.
Monday 2.00pm - 4.00pm and Tuesday 9.00am - 10.30am at Eastwood Health and Care Centre.
The practice offer a full information and immunisation service to parents of children registered with the practice. More details can be found on the "Vaccinations and Immunisation" page of this web site.
By appointment at Eastwood Health and Care Centre
The doctors can perform minor surgery from the fully equipped treatment room. Examples include removal of cysts, moles, skin lumps, toenail removal and cryo-surgery.
Patients are invited for a review annually. Check-ups and advice on Asthma and other respiratory diseases.
Patients are invited for review annually. This clinic, with the Practice Nurse, offers support, advice and check-ups for those suffering from diabetes.
Ear Syringing Clinic
Patients MUST insert appropriate ear drops for at least 5 days prior to the clinic visit to ensure the ear syringing is effective.
Stroke and CHD Clinic
Patients are invited for review annually
To monitor your health after chronic heart disease (CHD), hypertension (high blood pressure), epilepsy, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), high cholesterol or a stroke/transchaemic attack.
From October to February by appointment
Vaccinations are carried out by the Treatment Room Nurses. More details can be found on the "Vaccinations and Immunisation" page of this web site.
By appointment only
There are designated clinics throughout the year. More details can be found on the "Vaccinations and Immunisation" page of this web site.
Remember - you need to give us as much time as possible to assess your vaccination requirements by completing a Travel Questionnaire. A minimum of 6 weeks is necessary before your holiday starts to allow time for your immunisations.
Extended Hours Surgery
We offer extended hours surgeries for those patients who are unable to attend the surgery during our normal working hours. These currently take place on Monday and Tuesday mornings at the Health Centre.
As always, to make an appointment at these surgeries please contact our reception desk at either the Eagelsham branch or the Health Centre.