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Health catch up
If you are born or lived abroad you are entitled to free blood test. Please visit https://www.healthcatchup.org.uk/ or call surgery on 0207 411 5720.
Our nurses can provide help and advice with any of the following:
- Baby immunisations
- Blood pressure checks
- Blood tests
- Chronic disease management
- Contraceptive advice
- Dietary advice
- Dressings and wound care
- Ear syringing
- General health information and advice
- Sexual Health Advice and Screening
- Smoking cessation
- Smear tests
- Travel advice & immunisations
We encourage all newly registering patients to have a health check with one of our nurses or our Healthcare Assistant. A health check usually includes checking your weight, height and blood pressure but also screening tests for diabetes, sickle cell disease, thalaessaemia, HIV and sexually transmitted infections. We can offer all patients a health check with a nurse every 3 years on request.
We have a Portuguese/Spanish interpreter available in the practice on Monday morning and Wednesday afternoon. With sufficient notice we can arrange interpreters for other languages if needed. Please ask our receptionist for details.
We offer a counselling service in this practice. If you think this may be of help to you, please ask your doctor or nurse for advice.
Your nurse or doctor can refer you to a psychologist, please ask your GP for advice.
You can also refer yourself to psychological services. See here for more information.
Sexual Health and Safer Sex
You can see a nurse or your doctor to discuss contraception and options for safer sex, including for under 16’s. Condoms are available and may be requested from nurses, doctors or at reception. For more Sexual Health information please click here.
We can perform a number of minor surgical procedures in the surgery, including joint injections for rheumatological conditions. Please note though that we will always have to assess you first to decide whether we can perform your procedure here or whether we need to refer you elsewhere.
Well Baby Clinic
The health visitors baby clinic is held every Monday afternoon between 1.30 and 3.30pm. You can have your baby weighed and discuss any concerns with the health visitor. You don’t need an appointment for this clinic.
Well Woman Checks and Cervical Smears
Cervical smears are recommended every three years, unless you have been advised differently.
Please click here for more details about other services offered at the Mawbey Group Practice.
Non NHS and Private Services
Some of our services are not funded by the NHS, please find out more and review our current charges.