GENERAL MEDICAL SERVICES
appointments provide for the large majority of clinical
The following services are more specifically arranged:
Well-woman screening for all women at three-yearly
intervals from age 25 and five-yearly from age 50 to 65
oral contraceptive pill, depot-injection, IUCD
Ante-natal and post-natal care by the doctor
The health visitor sees babies and children under
the age of five years to carry out weight checks
and to discuss problems concerning feeding, sleeping and general welfare.
For children and adults including travel
Yellow Fever Vaccination
We are a designated Yellow Fever Vaccine Centre.
The nurse offers health promotion including
These fall outside the National Health
Service and include examinations for insurance or
medico-legal purposes, non-NHS vaccinations prior to travel abroad and some forms of
When making a private appointment please make this clear to our
Dr L A Barbour assesses personal injury
road traffic accidents and accidents at work
on behalf of solicitors, agents, CICB, CPS
and the Home
Office. He also provides summary reports
for complex injuries where several sub-specialities have been involved.
Repeat prescription slips
for patients on regular medication. When submitting your request please allow 24 hours for collection or enclose a
stamped addressed envelope for return by post.
Prescriptions can be collected directly from the chemist by prior arrangement.
If you are ill for less than 7 days you can obtain
a self-certificate without seeing the doctor.
These certificates are available
from reception or alternatively from your place of work.
The surgery premises have suitable access for