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SEPTEMEBER HOLIDAYS: WE WILL BE CLOSED ON FRIDAY 21ST AND MONDAY 24TH SEPTEMEBER 2018

FOR HOME VISITS OR EMERGENCY ON THE DAY APPOINTMENTS PLEASE TELEPHONE BEFORE 10.30AM

WHEN REQUESTING AN APPOINTMENT PLEASE BE PREPARED TO TELL THE RECEPTIONIST WHAT THE PROBLEM IS AS SHE WILL THEN BE ABLE TO GIVE YOU AN APPOINTMENT WITH THE MOST APPROPRIATE CLINICIAN.

WE OPERATE A ZERO TOLERANCE POLICY WITH REGARDS TO ABUSIVE OR THREATENING BEHAVIOUR.       

PLEASE REMEMBER ALL PRESCRIPTIONS TAKE 2 WORKING DAYS TO PROCESS.

IF YOU DO NOT TAKE YOUR MEDICATION REGULARLY OR OVER ORDER YOUR MEDICATION THE REQUEST MAY BE DECLINED

 

 

ante natalAntenatal Clinic

Lesley Lindsay Community Midwife manages an Antenatal Clinic for women (& partners)  on Tuesdays from 9.20am - 11.40am and Thursdays 2.00pm - 4.00pm at Stevenston. 
Preconceptual Care and advice is available from Sharon Copland Community Midwife, or any of the Practice Nurses.
Ask for an appointment at the reception desk.

Child Health

A full child health service is available from the practice. 
 
Health Visitors : Carole McLaughlin. Ashley McLair. Please telephone 466894 if you would like to speak to or arrange an appointment with your Health Visitor. Health Visitors aim to provide professional care, support and advice to promote health and wellbeing for pre-school children and their families.

Other Medical Clinics

Patients with Diabetes, Coronary Heart Disease, Hypertension, Asthma, COPD & a range of other medical problems will be invited to attend Practice based clinics at various times for review of their treatment and management.

Flu Campaign Clinics

The practice runs a flu campaign each autumn/winter for patients who are 65 years and over and all patients who have Diabetes, Heart Disease, Asthma (requiring steroid treatment), COPD, liver disease, kidney disease, immune deficiency diseases & other related diseases.  Pneomovax, which is available all year round, is also recommended for the patients above who are not yet immunised.  Please make an appointment to see the Practice Nurse

red crossMinor Surgery & Cryosurgery

The Practice offers a minor surgery service for the removal of small lesions, moles etc.  You must see your doctor first to allow him to assess the suitability of this minor procedure. 
Cryosurgery for the treatment of warts is available. This treatment is not usually suitable for children under 12 years, unless they have tolerated it previously. Other forms of treatment are available from your Practice Nurse.

Young People

The practice offers a confidential, free and friendly service to young people 12 years and over.  The Practice Nurses will always endeavour to see young people who requre help or advice as soon as possible.

Contraception

The practice offers a comprehensive range of contraception services, including implant insertion and sexual health advice for both sexes.  Emergency contraception is available - please let the receptionist know that you require to see the nurse regarding this. Emergency contraception may be available from your local pharmacy for patients over 14 years of age.

Cervical Smears

The Cervical Smear test is important to help detect any changes at an early stage that may require further investigation or treatment.  The screening test should be carried out every three years on all sexually active women between the age of 20 years and 60 years.  The Practice Nurse or your doctor will carry out this procedure and we will write to you with the result in approximately 3 weeks

Smoking Cessation

The GPs, Practice Nurse and Health and Well Being Advisor offer smoking cessation advice and support.  Nicotine Replacement Therapy is available on prescription.  The practice also works closely with Fresh Air-Shire who provide individual support, group support information and advice & access to nicotine replacement at a reduced cost.  Freephone 0800 7839132.

Health and Well Being Advisor

Want to lose weight, give up smoking, improve your diet or generally feel better about your health? Why not make an appointment to see Debbie Watson or Candace Howie who will give you advice and support to lead a healthier life?

Are you a Carer?

The person you care for can be a family member, friend or neighbour. Many carers take this role willingly out of a sense of love or committment. Others become carers because they feel that they have no choice. Caring for someone is often rewarding but can be demanding, isolating and stressfull. Carers may be worried about money or their own health.
North Ayrshire Carers Centre is based at 174 High Street, Irvine. Telephone 01294 311333 or
email northayrshire.carers@unity-enterprise.com .
The centre offers carers impartial confidential help. The centre also offers a home visit service.
 
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