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Clinics & Services

 

Anti-Coagulant Clinic

By appointment with Debbie Simpson, our Practice Nurse.

 

Family Planning Services

pregnantThe nurses and Doctors at Lambgates provide a full range of contraceptive methods, advice on safer sex, emergency contraception, pregnancy testing. We are happy to see patients who are registered with other GP surgeries at Lambgates.

Maternity Care Antenatal

Fridays 9.00am - 12.00pm - New patients 1.00pm - 3.00pm.

The community midwife cares for our expectant mothers, liaising closely with the doctors. Home delivery / short-stay hospital arrangements can be discussed with the midwife. (Please see information leaflet to describe the roles of members of the team).

 

Postnatal

You will be invited for your postnatal and child surveillance check when you collect your baby registration pack which will be left at reception for you. The appointment will be with a Doctor or Advanced Nurse Practitioner and usually lasts for 30 minutes.                                     docbaby.jpg

 

Child Healthcare

When your baby needs their vaccinations you can book an appointment that suits you with either Nurse Debbie or Nurse Diane.

You should receive a reminder from the Child Health Department when these vaccinations are due. 

Babies can be weighed at Glossop Primary Care Centre, Glossop by the Health Visitors contactable on 01457 850550. Health Visitors are qualified nurses who have undergone further specialist training in child and community health.

 

Termination Of Pregnancy

You don't have to see the doctor if you want to terminate your pregnancy. You can self-refer by calling 0845 345 0161 between 8am - 8pm Monday - Friday. However, if you would like to talk it throught with a doctor or nurse practitioner, please make an appointment.

https://www.tamesidehospital.nhs.uk/documents/consideringTerminationofPregnancy.pdf

Smear Clinic

By appointment with Debbie or Diane.

Cervical smears are recommended every 3 years for ages 25-49 and every 5 years for ages 50-65. The test is quick, painless and can pick up very early changes in the cervix which are easily treated and which could otherwise eventually become cancerous. We operate a recall system and invite patients to make an appointment when their smear is due.

 

Younger Person Services/Sexual Health

We provide a confidential service to all young persons, males and females, (including patients not registered with Lambgates) to advise on diet, exercise, lifestyle, smoking and sexual health.

 

Minor Surgerysurgeons

By appointment with Dr L Palmer on Monday Mornings or Dr M Laurie on Wednesday Mornings.

Certain minor surgical procedures and joint injections are undertaken at surgery by appointment. The doctor will discuss this if applicable.   We can also offer appointments to patients not registered with the practice.

 

NHS Health Check

NHS health checks are being offered to people aged between 40 and 74 every five years.  The check is to assess your risk of developing heart disease, stroke, kidney disease or diabetes.  If there are any warning signs, then together we can do something about it.

The check should take about 20-30 minutes and is based on straightforward questions and measurements such as age, sex, family history, height, weight and blood pressure.  There will also be a simple blood test to measure your cholesterol level.

Following the check, you will receive FREE personalised advice about what you can do to stay healthy.

Call in or phone 01457 869090 to make an appointment with Clare or Hilary. Click on the link below to download the NHS Health Check Leaflet. NHS Health Check Leaflet

 

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Smoking Cessation

If you would like help stopping smoking you can self-refer to 

Live Life Better Derbyshire by following the link below.

https://www.livelifebetterderbyshire.org.uk/services/stop-smoking/

 

 
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