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Clinics

Clinics are listed alphabetically.
 
Ante-Natal Clinics
876194If you become pregnant you will need a first appointment with the midwife. This will take approximately 1 hour. The midwife will carry out some general checks and take some blood tests.
The midwife holds a clinic at Park House Health and Social Care Centre.

The midwives also hold relaxation classes and alternative clinic appointments. Call 0115 9617616 for more information. 
 
Asthma Checksinhaler
All patients with asthma should have an annual review with the practice nurse. Our aim is to assess how well your asthma is controlled and how you are getting on with your current treatment. The review will take 15 minutes and is a preventative measure rather than waiting until the asthma is causing you problems. People with Asthma are also recommended to have a flu vaccination each year. 

Blood Tests
If you need a blood test, clinics are held at Park House Health and Social Care Centre,
Monday – Friday 8am until 11.30am. An appointment is needed. Please see the staff at the Main Reception or telephone 0115 9617 616 to book. .
 
If you are unable to attend these clinics, blood tests can also be taken at any of the following places:- 
  
Nottingham City Hospital and Queens Medical Centre
Monday – Thursday     8.00am until 5.00pm
Friday                          8.00am until 2.00pm
 
Cervical Smears
Our practice nurses perform cervical smears. Women will receive a letter informing them when their test is due. An appointment with our practice nurse for this will last approximately 15 minutes.
 
Child Health.
Regular developmental checks for children under 5 years are done by the Health visitor. The health visitors are based in Park House Health and Social Care centre. 

For more information on the Health Visiting Service contact 0115 9617616 
  
Diabetic Checks
All patients with diabetes are advised to have an annual review with the practice nurse. This involves a blood test and a review with the practice nurse. This is a detailed examination and will last approximately 30 minutes. Often patients are seeing the doctor on a regular basis for their diabetic care but should still have this more in-depth annual review with the nurse. All our nurses are qualified to perform this specialised review for all our diabetic patients.
 
District Nurses and Community Matrons.
Occasionally you may be referred to the district nurse or community matron service by your doctor or the hospital.
The district nurse team and community matrons are based at Park House Health and Social Care Centre and can be contacted on 0115 9617616.
Please contact our receptionists if you have any questions about this service.
 
Family Planning
Our practice nurses offer a family planning service. Please book an appointment via our reception.
Patients can also attend the Park House Health and Social Care Centre for the general Family Planning Service held 5pm until 8pm on a Tuesday evening. Appointments for the Park House Health and Social Care Centre Family Planning Clinic can be booked on 0115 9617616 
 
stethHands.jpgNew Patient Check
All patients registering with the practice are invited to attend for a new patient check. This is part of our health promotion work and provides the doctors with a basic knowledge of your health history and medications. Please bring a urine specimen to this appointment. Your paper notes can take up to 6 weeks to arrive
 
Well Woman and Well Man Checks
All patients are eligible for a well man or well woman check. This lasts approximately 15 minutes with our health care assistant. Please bring a urine sample with you for this check. 
   
Appointments for the practice nurse or the health care assistant are available 8.30am until 12.30 pm and 2.00pm until 6.00pm on various days. Contact reception to book an appointment

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