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This is run by the nurse to ensure that your diabetes is well controlled and to pick up any complications early. Please make an appointment with the practice nurse.

CARDIAC/STROKE CLINIC heartandstethoscope
This is run by the nurse to monitor your blood pressure and to assess and treat any risk factors to reduce the possibility of further events. The nurse will contact you if you need an appointment.

We are trained and approved to perform simple operations and joint injections. These are carried out in the comfort of the health centre.


A recent survey of our patients revealed that some of you are not aware that the GPs and Practice Nurses are able to deal with a vast majority of minor injuries such as sprains, cuts and head injuries; we are also able to request X-Rays when necessary to rule out bony injuries.

All this can be done here in Radcliffe-on-Trent, so make sure you use us as your first port of call and you may be able to avoid a trip to hospital.

If you are over 16 years this is your opportunity to have your own “MOT”. These are run by our practice nurses with particular emphasis on helping you to avoid heart disease and maintain a healthy lifestyle. We would particularly like to see any adult up to 75 years old who has not been seen in the last 3 years, and over 75s who have not been seen in the last 12 months. Home visits can be arranged if necessary.

smoking cessationSMOKING CESSATION
Our Health Care Assistant is a trained New Leaf adviser and can help with stopping smoking.

Routine immunisations and travel vaccinations are available by making an appointment with one of our practice nurses.

If you are planning a multi-destination holiday e.g. backpacking, you will need to obtain up-to-date information for your specific needs.  Please telephone the MASTA line on 0906 822 4100 or visit their website at, or phone NHS Direct on 0845 46 47, prior to your appointment with the nurse.

Are you up-to date with your polio and tetanus?

These are available every year commencing in October. 

Flu vaccine will be available at the surgery without the need for an appointment on three “Flu Days” in autumn 2018 for people in the Department of Health Target Groups (see below).

Saturday 20th October 8.30am – 12 noon

Wednesday 31st October 3pm – 6pm

Wednesday 21st November 3pm – 6pm

If you would like a flu vaccine (and are eligible), please come to one of the above sessions at the surgery.

There will be 2 types of flu vaccine for adults – One for over 65’s and one for 18-64. This is because different types of vaccines work best in different age groups. It is important to have the correct vaccine for your age group. The supply of vaccine for over 65’s is being phased over several deliveries in September, October and November, hence the “flu day” dates. Please come to whichever one is convenient, no appointment needed, just drop in.

The nasal spray flu vaccine remains the vaccine of choice for the majority of children (under18).

Target Groups:

Ÿ All over 65’s (65 by 31/3/19)

Ÿ All children aged 2 and 3 (born 1/9/14 – 31/8/16) (some older children will be offered the flu vaccine at school)

Ÿ Pregnant Women

Patients with any of the following conditions;

Ÿ Chronic Kidney Disease

Ÿ Chronic Heart Disease (including heart attack and angina)

Ÿ Chronic Respiratory Disease (including COPD, emphysema, bronchiectasis, cystic fibrosis and asthmatics on preventative inhalers)

Ÿ Chronic Liver Disease

Ÿ Diabetes

Ÿ Immunosuppression (due to drugs or disease)

Ÿ Chronic Neurological Disease (including MS, Huntingdon’s disease and Motor Neurone disease)

Ÿ Stroke or TIA (mini stroke)

Ÿ Morbid Obesity (BMI of 40 or more)

Ÿ No Spleen/dysfunction of spleen

For further details please click on Vaccination Schedule from the list in the right hand pane.

This is recommended for everyone over 65 years as well as the at-risk groups.

To help minimize the effect of asthma on your life. The treatment will be tailored to your needs. You will learn how to vary treatment when necessary.

All women between the ages of 25 and 49 are recommended to have a cervical smear every three years. For women between 50 and 64 it is every five years.

We provide a comprehensive family planning service and will help you choose the most suitable contraceptive and provide it for you. Please make an appointment with one of the practice nurses or a doctor.

The Midwife is here to help you and your baby stay healthy during pregnancy. You will be seen regularly by the midwife and the doctor, with occasional visits to the hospital. In addition there are antenatal, parentcraft and postnatal classes.

Baby Self Weigh Clinic is available on alternate Tuesdays 9am-10am.  Telephone the Children & Young People Advice Line if you would like to discuss your babies weight on 0115 8837361

The Children & Young People Team monitor all children's development from age 0-19 years and can be contacted on 0115 8837361 if you have any concerns.

Children’s immunisations – Wednesday 1.30- 3.30pm. The practice provides a full immunisation service and we strongly recommend that all children are immunised according to the National Policy.

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