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Contraception

All the doctors and Practice Nurse Sue Sharman can provide contraceptive advice and services.  They can discuss the best method for you, including the pill/depot, fitting of coils and implants.  

If emergency contraception is required, please contact your local pharmacy.

Implants & Coils -  Dr Northridge and Dr Chadwick are able to fit these. Please ask at reception for further details. Please also see below for a list of local sexual health clinics. 

Contraception and women's health - Sue Sharman holds a late commuter clinic on Tuesday evenings 5:00pm to 6:50pm

For a leaflet on local sexual health services available, please click here

All contraceptive advice is confidential for all of our patients - including teenagers.


Cervical Smears

These should usually be done every three years after the age of 25. Please book an appointment with a practice nurse.


Clinical Psychologist

A clinical psychologist is available at the surgery.  Patients can be seen only by referral from their GP.


Postnatal Checks

Can be booked with any Doctor during a normal appointment or can be booked for a longer appointment at the Baby Clinic if requested in advance, please advise the receptionist when making this appointment that you need a longer postnatal baby clinic appointment.


Child health clinics

Wednesday:  1.00 p.m. -  3.00 p.m.
6 week check and immunisation  appointments are arranged at reception.  No appointment is necessary to see the Health Visitor or for weighing but appointments for developmental checks are arranged via a Health Visitor on 020 3049 4003
 
Please do not bring sick children to these clinics, but request an appointment in the usual way.


Tuesday Commuter Clinic

Tuesday 7.00 a.m. - 9.00 a.m. (Doctor)    5.00 p.m. - 7.00 p.m. (Nurse)  and 5.30 p.m. - 8.00 p.m. (Doctor)

These clinics have been set up with working people in mind who cannot attend an appointments during core hours. We ask that you only book these slots if you are unable to attend during normal hours, and if you no longer require the appointment please cancel to allow other working people to attend during this time. 


Drug and Alcohol Clinic

Clinic run by our in-house drug and alcohol worker. Please make an appointment with your GP to discuss referral to this clinic. 


Non-NHS Services

Certain services are not provided under the NHS such as private referrals, some vaccinations, private certificates and prescriptions. For information on charges please ask at reception.

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