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Clinics & Services

Antenatal Clinic

Antenatal clinics are held all day every Thursday at West Quay Medical Centre by appointment and on a Wednesday morning at our Rhoose Branch.

The community midwife is present at the antenatal clinics and provides care before, during and after childbirth.

Baby Clinic

We hold a baby clinic every Monday for under 5s (except bank holidays) from 13:30 until 15:30. No appointment necessary. You can come along and give your child’s name at reception and you can choose whether to see the health visitor for weight checks and advice.  You can also request to see the nurse if your baby is due immunisations.

Cervical Smears

Patients are encouraged to book an appointment for regular smears. Please ask the receptionist.

Minor Surgery

Many small lumps and bumps are able to be treated at the Practice. Please make an appointment to see a doctor for an initial diagnosis to be made.  If appropriate, the doctor may book a follow-up appointment to undertake minor surgical incisions and excisions.

Travel Advice

Our practice nurses will advise with regard to travel requirements and will administer any vaccinations, which may be necessary. More information can be found on the above tab.

In-House counselling

Patients can be referred via the GP for this service. 

Flu Jabs

We undertake a number of clinics to help protect vulnerable patients from the 'flu.

To be eligible for a flu jab you must be over 65 or have one of the following conditions:

  • Respiratory Disease - Asthma, COPD
  • Heart Disease, Kidney Disease, Liver Disease
  • Neurological Disease - Stroke, TIAs, Multiple Sclerosis, Cerebral Palsy
  • Diabetes
  • Immunosupression
  • Pregnant Women
  • Carers - In receipt of Carer's Allowance
  • Members of voluntary organisation providing emergency first aid
  • Community first responders

We will contact patients who we feel would benefit most from the vaccination.

Flu Jabs for Children 

The new nasal vaccine for children is for over 2 year olds and under 18 years old with the above conditions. Well children between 2 and 3 years old are also eligible for the vaccine as well as children in year 7 at school.

 

 
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