Clinics & Services
Grange Farm Medical Centre also provides a host of additional services (not limited to) which are listed below:-
- Well Person Check-ups
- Cervical Screening
- Dressing and Wound Care
- Child Health & Immunisation
- Minor Surgery Clinic
We also offer the referral services (please discuss with your doctor)
- Acupuncture & Pain Management Clinic
- Mental Health Counselling
- Alcohol Management (Last Orders)
- Quit Smoking (New Leaf)
- Slimming World
We also regularly host sessions from groups such as Juggle (Diabetes Group) and various Sexual Health Groups for the young. Where possible we will try to post details of these group sessions on the surgeries notice boards.
The healthcare visitor holds a baby clinic every Wednesday between 1pm and 3pm. Please call the surgery and ask for an appointment to see the healthcare visitor.
This affords mothers an opportunity to see a health visitor, to get advice and support about a range of things e.g feeding, vaccinations, sleep and potty training. It also provides an opportunity to get your child weighed and checked.
Regular check ups are recommended for babies and children at the following ages:
- about 10 days old
- 6 weeks
- 7-9 months
- 27 months
- 3 years 6 months
We recommend new parents take a look at the NHS immunisation schedules and talk with their doctor about getting their child immunised accordingly.
Toe Nail Cutting Clinic
Our healthcare assistants have been trained by a qualified Chiropodist to offer toe-nail cutting to less mobile patients that are unable to cut their own.
This clinic runs every Friday afternoon from 14:00 – 15:45.
To book this service please speak to our reception team.
Unfortunately we are unable to offer this service to patients diagnosed with Diabetes, Prothrombin Time (PT) or those on Warfarin.
We now offer a self-referral physiotherapy clinic. Do you suffer from aches and pains which would benefit from advice from a physiotherapist? You can now telephone reception and book an appointment. Ask at reception for more information.
What happens when you are referred by your GP to see a specialist?
Patient Referral Leaflet