1-2 Lancelyn Court Prec, Spital Road, Bebington, Wirral, CH63 9JP
It's Tuesday 3:29 PM — We're open
Telephone: 0151 334 4019
Fax: 0151 346 email@example.com
Clinics and Services
We have a Phlebotomy (blood test) clinic here at the surgery on Tuesday mornings. We can also book you in at other local surgeries on other weekday mornings.
Thursday 1.30pm. The antenatal clinic is led by the midwife and the doctor is available for consultation when necessary. Care is usually shared with the hospital.
We recommend that all women from the age of 25 to 50 have a smear every 3 years, then every 5 years to age 65. You may make an appointment for a smear with the practice nurse during normal working hours. Please do not try to book in for a smear test unless you have had a letter from the Cervical Screening Service to say you are due. You can only have your smear test on or after the date you are due. Please note, If you wish to cancel your smear test, we ask you to kindly let us know as early as possible, as Nurse appointments which are cancelled at short notice can rarely be filled by another patient.
A Family Planning service is available during normal surgery hours. Alternatively there are a number of Family Planning clinics in the area, providing a range of days and times. Visit Sexual Health Wirral
A range of minor operations such as removal of moles and skin tags are carried out at the surgery. Minor surgery is performed by Dr Simopoulos. This saves a long wait for the same procedure performed at hospital.
A physiotherapist from St Catherine’s Hospital comes to the surgery every Thursday.
Ask Us Wirral
Ask Us Wirral, from the Citizen’s Advice service offer advice, support and practical help with accessing services, benefits and form filling etc. A representative comes to the surgery on Tuesdays when required. If you wish to be referred to this service, please contact the surgery.
Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Screening
Specialist nurses come to the surgery to screen for Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms. Men over the age of 65 are invited by the AAA screening project through Broad Green Hospital.
For any child or adult with asthma. We offer regular asthma reviews and check-ups as well as dealing with problems as they arise. We also give advice on proper use of inhalers and other devices.
Run by Dr Thompson and our Practice Nurse for all our diabetic patients. Appointments are flexible but usually involve a minimum of two visits to the doctor and blood tests each year. We perform regular checks on diabetes control, we screen for complications and can arrange appointments with the dietician, chiropodist, optician or hospital as appropriate.
Please note, we strongly advise that you do not change, stop or start any diabetic medication or insulin device without first seeking advice from your diabetes specialist.
Baby Vaccination Clinic
Our Practice Nurse holds Baby Vaccination Clinics each week on Monday and Tuesday afternoons. Once you have received notification that your baby is due their vaccinations, you can book in on one of our clinics.
Well Baby Clinic
There is a team of Health Visitors who hold a baby clinic at Bebington Civic Centre who look after all our patients They can be contacted on 0151 327 2411
ABL Wirral provide advice and support for those wanting to quit smoking. Visit http://www.ablhealth.co.uk/wirral/ for details of clinics in the area or phone 0151 541 5656 or text ABL to 60777
Insight Wirral provide a counselling service which comes to the surgery each week. Visit Insight Talking Therapies for information or to self-refer or call them on 0151 649 1859
NHS Health Checks
Patients aged 40-74 years may be invited for an NHS Health Check with our Nurse
Dementia Shared Care
Our Practice Nurse holds annual Dementia reviews for all our patients with a diagnosis of Dementia.
Patients who have Learning Disabilities are reviewed by the Practice Nurse and GP every year. They will also be invited for an annual winter flu jab each year.
If you are a carer or are cared for, we advise that you let the surgery know so we can offer additional help and support. Visit the Carers page on our website for information on support or events for carers in the area or register with Wired, the carers charity http://www.wired.me.uk/
Protected Learning Time
Protected Learning time is when the surgery closes for an afternoon so GPs and nurses can go to training sessions. During this time there will be no clinics running but the surgery will still be open for enquiries and collecting prescriptions. Out of Hours cover will be available for urgent problems on these days.
Healthwatch Directory of Services
For a directory of local services and contact numbers, see Healthwatch online directory of services
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