Clinics & Services

We run a range of clinics. For an appointment or further details please ring 01933 396000. 

Antenatal - the midwife runs this clinic. You will       pregnant
be seen regularly throughout your pregnancy either
at the practice or at the local hospital, or both.

Asthma - asthma sufferers can obtain advice and support from our Practice Nurses who specialise in asthma care.

Blood Tests - we do not have a Phlebotomy service at Parklands, but arrangements have been made for you to attend the Rectory Road Clinic.

The Clinic is open for general blood tests
between 8.30 am and 12.00 pm Monday to Friday.
If you have been asked to have a fasting blood test,
Rectory Road will be happy to see you from 8.00am.

Childhood Immunisations - our Practice Nurses provide the childhood immunisation sessions.

Chlamydia - chlamydia screening services are provided by our Practice Nurses.

COPD - COPD sufferers can obtain advice and support from our Practice Nurses who specialise in COPD care.

Counselling - please make an appointment to see    doctor
your doctor if you wish to be referred for counselling with our Wellbeing Team. Clinics are currently held on Fridays.

Diabetes - our specialist Practice Nurses provide advice and general health check-ups to patients with diabetes.

District Nurses - patients who are housebound or discharged from hospital and who require nursing care are looked after by our team of District Nurses.

Family Planning - at Parklands we provide contraceptive services including fitting of coils and Implant insertions and removals.

Minor Injuries - we provide a minor injury service for conditions that can not be self managed but do not require attendance at Accident and Emergency.

Minor Surgery - minor operations can be done in the Treatment Room. Please discuss this with your doctor who will then arrange for you to be given an appointment.

Other Facilities - at Parklands we provide a variety of other services including ECG, Doppler and 24 hour blood pressure monitoring.

Stopping Smoking - Please ask at reception for further information.

 

 

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