St Mary's Surgery

Information about the different clinics held at St Mary's Surgery

The following clinics are held at the surgery. The days shown may change due to holidays or training.
 

Antenatal Clinic

Patients should call 01223 348981 to book an appointment with a midwife.

 

Asthma Clinic

Trained asthma nurses run the inhaler clinics. They are strictly by appointment only.

An asthma control test (ACT) form can be downloaded here
Updated November 2020


 

Baby Vaccination Clinics

Clinics are held each week at the surgery. Appointment reminders are sent out by Child Health.

Please ring 01353 663434 to book an appointment.


 

Child Welfare Clinics

Developmental checks are offered to all infants. Invitations to this clinic are sent by the Health Visitors.

 

Diabetics Clinics

Clinics are held each week and are run by our trained diabetic nurses.

 

Family Planning Clinic

A full family planning service is offered at the surgery on Monday evenings. Consultations are with a female GP and include the fitting of caps and coils and the insertion and removal of Implanon contraceptive implants.

Patients may consult their own GP for the oral contraceptive pill, or morning after pill within normal surgery hours but not all GPs fit coils or Implanon.

Our nurse-run family planning clinic, held with appointments on various days, deals with pill and coil checks and gives general contraceptive advice.


 

Flu vaccination clinics

Due to coronavirus, the government has this year increased the number of people eligible for an NHS flu vaccination. As well as those aged over 65 or in high risk groups, people aged between 50-64 who are healthy will be invited for a free flu jab for the first time.

St Mary's Surgery strongly encourages everyone who is eligible for an NHS flu job to get vaccinated. This will not only help protect them this winter, but also their families and the NHS.

The surgery's vaccination programme will be a phased roll out in line with vaccine deliveries. Our flu clinics are run at weekends so that we can safely manage larger numbers of people coming into the building. Patient safety continues to be a priority for us all and all patients coming for their flu vaccinations will be screened on entry to the building, including having their temperatures taken at the door. Social distancing rules will be followed and there will be a one-way route for each patient through the surgery.

Our final flu vaccination clinic this season for the 18-64 and 65+ age groups is on Sunday 22nd November. If you are eligible and wish to book for one please do so as soon as possible. Please make your flu jab request via askmyGP or phone the surgery (select option 1 at the menu) if you do not have access to the internet.


Eligible children can be booked in with a healthcare assistant Monday to Friday.

Updated: 9.11.20

Pneumococcal vaccination

The pneumococcal vaccination is now part of the childhood immunisation programme and it is also offered to all patients over the age of 65 and those under the age of 65 who are at increased risk of developing pneumonia. It is usually a single vaccination.

Please check with the surgery if you do not believe you have been vaccinated and think you need to be.


 

Minor surgery

Dr Knight is qualified to perform minor surgery. Any such requests must be arranged with a doctor.

 

Stop Smoking Service

CAMQUIT offers information and advice, counselling and Nicotine Replacement Therapy on prescription for anyone wishing to give up smoking. Clinics are held weekly at the surgery.

Please contact us on 01353 663434 to arrange an appointment, or for telephone advice ring 0800 018 4304.  

CAMQUIT also runs evening clinics at the Princess Of Wales hospital - contact CAMQUIT on 0800 018 4304 for details.

Blood pressure readings

A home blood pressure diary can be downloaded from the link below. The completed diary can be emailed to stmarysely-reminder@nhs.net  
Do not use this email address for any other purpose.


Your home blood pressure diary can be downloaded here