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The Medical Centre6 The Green West DraytonMiddlesex, UB7 7PJTel: 01895 442026
Adult Phlebotomy- The Practice is now offering an Adult phlebotomy service to our patients.
Child Phlebotomy- The Practice is now offering this service for 2-18 year olds.
Physiotherapist- We can now book appointments directly with Rehan, our physiotherapist.
Please click the link below for more information.
Social Prescriber- feeling a little isolated or lonely? like to find out about support services that are available?
Please click the link below
Pharmacist- please click the link below to find out how a Practice pharmacist can help you.
Myhealth- Structured and bespoke service to support patients with medical conditions to become more healthy and active. Includes heavily discounted financial incentives (with the Borough's leisure centres) - please click link to find out more and ask reception for a referral.
Please follow link to print leaflet 24hr BP Monitoring Patient Leaflet
Run by our Practice Nurse with doctor consultation where appropriate, by appointment.
Run by our Practice Nurse with doctor consultation where appropriate, Monday mornings by appointment.
Run by our Practice Nurses and HCAs with doctor consultation where appropriate, by appointment.
Run by our Health Care Assistants most days, by appointment.
Run by our Practice Nurses most days, by appointment
Women aged 25 to 64 years should routinely have a smear test every three to five years. If you think you are due for a smear, or have never had one, please contact the surgery to make an appointment.
What is cervical screening? Cervical screening is a test (smear test) to check the health of your cervix. For more information, please see link:
cervical screening at NHS.UK
Well children clinic every Wednesday afternoon at 1.15 - 3:15 pm at Cherry Lane Children's Centre, Cherry Lane School, Sipson Road, West Drayton, UB7 9DL. Also on Friday's 9:30 - 11:30 am at the Cornerstone Centre, Yiewsley Baptist Church, 74 Colham Avenue, Yiewsley, UB7 8HF. No appointment necessary, but last entry 5 minutes before closure of clinic.
Run by Practice doctors and is by appointment only.
Immunisation is a simple and effective way of protecting children from serious diseases. It not only helps protect individuals, it also protects the broader community by minimising the spread of disease.
Performed in suitable cases by our own doctors, arranged by appointment.
By appointment (see next tab for details)
Held annually and begin in late September
Flu jabs are available free to patients over 65 years of age or who have a chronic (long term) condition such as diabetes, asthma, heart or kidney problems.
Due to Covid restrictions, we are not currently offering travel vaccinations. Guidance will be reviewed in January and we will update at that time.
The Respiratory clinic runs on alternate Tuesday afternoons. It is for the new diagnosis of patients with respiratory conditions such as asthma or COPD. The clinic will also review patients with poorly controlled asthma or COPD.
New guidance recommends COPD should be considered in people over 35 who have a risk factor (generally smoking) and present with shortness of breath on exertion, chronic cough, regular sputum production, frequent winter “bronchitis” or wheeze. Therefore, we have instigated a Respiratory clinic at the Surgery to look for patients who are at risk and make sure they are properly tested and diagnosed.
The clinic is run by our respiratory nurse, Jackie Callan. Appointments will usually be made by a doctor or a nurse and if you would like to discuss specific issues with regards to your condition, a routine appointment should be made with a Doctor or our Respiratory nurses by telephoning reception in the usual way.
We encourage patients with well controlled asthma or COPD to be seen at least once per year for routine review by our Respiratory nurses and not in the Respiratory clinic as the clinic will endeavour to review patients with poorly controlled asthma or COPD.
New symptoms of suspected respiratory conditions and acute (new sudden onset) problems such as exacerbations (flare ups) of COPD/asthma and chest infections should be dealt with in a doctor’s routine appointment or through an emergency appointment.
Please find links to our Asthma Newsletter, Asthma Review Questionnaire & Inhaler Request Questionnaire below:
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