Please note that some of our clinics and services are currently affected by the Coronavirus situation and the changes that we have to make to comply with Government and NHS England guidance
Advanced Clinical Practitioners
Our Advanced Clinical Practitioners are available to deal with a large range of appointment types EXCEPT the following:
- children under 12 month’s old
- Sick Note requests
- Women’s Health
Routine antenatal check-ups by our qualified midwives available by appointment.
Asthma & COPD
Regular check-ups and advice from practice nurses on lifestyle, inhaler techniques and medication.
Baby and Childhood vaccinations
Wednesday 1.30pm – 4.45pm
Click on the links below for more information about the Baby and Childhood Immunisations programme.
Please note that if you wish to see the Health Visitor they are only available until 4pm.
Routine Blood Pressure checks by appointment only with a Healthcare Assistant or Practice Nurse.
Blood tests are available by appointment only either with a Healthcare Assistant or Phlebotomist.
If you need a blood test and can’t attend the surgery during routine opening times you may be interested in a phlebotomy service that is provided at various Practices in the area. This service is also able to offer blood test appointments for children over the age of 2 years. Please click on the link below for further information.
Cervical Cytology (Smears)
All routine cervical smears are undertaken by our Practice Nurses. National guidelines state that routine smears should commence at age 25 and continue at 3-yearly intervals up to the age of 50. After the age of 50, guidelines state that the interval should be 5 years.
Book a clinic appointment with any of our nurses at the Practice or ask about availability in the Extended Hours clinics held on evenings and weekends.
- Annual Diabetic foot screening
- Blood Pressure checks
- Blood Tests (please note that this must have been requested by a hospital or the Practice)
- ECGs (please note that this must have been requested by a hospital or the Practice)
- Pregnancy test
- Pulse checks
Long-term Conditions Clinic (LTC) including Diabetes & Hypertension
Please ensure that you attend for your review when invited. We also have a Practice Diabetic Specialist Nurse to support patients with more complex Diabetic requirements
We have a phlebotomist in the Practice if you require a Blood Test. We can also offer appointments in the phlebotomy service that is provided at various Practices in the area. This service is also able to offer blood test appointments for children over the age of 2 years. Please click on the link below for further information.
Seasonal Flu Clinics
Flu clinic information
If you come to the Practice for your vaccination and you are also eligible for the pneumonia vaccine and/or the shingles vaccine we will try and provide this at the same time. All the money that we earn from NHS England for providing this service goes back into the day to day running of the Practice to help us provide services all year round.
Peel House Medical Practice Flu Vaccination Clinic Information September 2020
Due to the current need to reduce the number of people in the Practice at all times, this year we will be offering flu vaccinations by pre-booked appointment only. Please ring the Practice on 01254282282 to book your appointment.
These clinics will take place in our waiting area and you should arrive at the time of your appointment and book in with the receptionist. If you arrive too early you will be asked to wait outside the building until your appointment time.
Please help us by only bringing someone with you if absolutely necessary. You should wear a face covering at all times while in the building.
We are unable to offer any other vaccinations or treatment within these clinics as we have to carefully manage the number of people booked in with the additional time required for cleaning all surfaces regularly.
Clinics will run from Monday 5th October and will be available at various times.
These patients will receive their invitations over the next few weeks:
- Over 65y
- 2-3 year olds
- Anyone under 65y who is eligible due to a medical condition, was shielding or a registered carer
- Pregnant women (this may be given at your antenatal appointment by a midwife)
We are waiting for NHS England to provide us with dates for inviting
- Patients between 50 and 64y who are not already eligible
If you are a frontline healthcare worker or you live in the same house as someone who was shielding then you should also have a flu vaccination. Please contact your GP Practice to arrange this.
Advice on gynaecological problems, family planning including IUD fitting, breast disease, menopause and any other aspects of Women’s Health needs. Various appointments – please ask at Reception.