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87 Coles RoadCambridge, CB24 6BLTel: 01223 420511
Upcoming Appointment Changes:
We will be changing our appointment system from 15th April 2022. We will no longer be asking patients to call at 4pm for an early morning appointment the next day. Instead we ask patients to call at 8am on the day that they require an appointment.
Household Support Fund
Information from Cambridgeshire County Council
We understand money can sometimes feel a little tight especially after Christmas.
If you need support paying for food or energy bills to get you through the New Year, the Household Support Fund could help.
There are several chronic illnesses for which we provide routine follow-up clinics.
The doctors deal with all aspects of Family planning including barrier methods, pills, injections, implants, coils, termination counselling and sterilisation counselling.
We are able to offer smoking cessation remotely to our patients, please enquire with reception
Antenatal care is shared between the doctors and our local community midwives' team (The Ivy Team). Please make an appointment with your GP as soon as your pregnancy is confirmed.
The community midwives provide antenatal appointments on Friday mornings between 10:20 and 11:40. The doctors will see you for routine antenatal check-ups during normal surgery times.
The Ivy Team can also be contacted directly by telephone on 01223 596 212.
Children's Immunisations are done by our practice nurses. There are set baby clinic appointments which will be sent to you but if the times are inconvenient you can rearrange these.
Click here for the NHS recommended schedule.
We are now able to offer travel advice to our patients, please see Travel Vaccinations for more information. Please note these are temporarily on hold due to COVID (October 2020)
Routine cervical smears are performed by the doctors and nurses at 3 year intervals between the ages of 25 and 50 and every 5 years thereafter until 64.
Additional smears may be done if there is a medical reason for them - such as bleeding between periods.
We are able to perform operations for a wide variety of minor conditions such as the removal of moles, skin cysts and the treatment of ingrowing toenails.
Usually the doctor who carries out the procedure will wish to see you in advance of the operation. If you feel that you will require minor surgery it is helpful if you discuss this with the receptionist so that they can book you in with the appropriate doctor.
The surgery can loan blood pressure machines to patients who have been asked to monitor their blood pressure over the course of a week. Please ask at reception and state if you require a standard or a large cuff machine. You can collect a form for your readings from reception or you can download one here.
Please remember to return the machine when you have finished and let reception have a copy of your readings. This form can also be used with your own blood pressure machine.
Child Health Clinics
Every 2nd & 4th Tuesday 14.00 – 16.00
(appointment only Tel 01954 260230)
Every 1st Tuesday 14.00 – 16.00
Bar Hill Health Centre
Every 1st & 3rd Friday 14.00 – 16.00
(appointment only Tel 01954 780442)
Longstanton Village Hall
Every 2nd Monday 10.00 – 11.30
Swavesey: Bethal Baptist Church
Every 4th Thursday 10.30 – 12:00
Histon Early Years Centre
Every 2nd & 4th Wednesday 13.30 – 15.00
Ladybirds Playgroup, Lambs Lane, Cottenham
Every 1st & 3rd Wednesday 13.30 – 15.00
Waterbeach Primary School, in the Library
Every 2nd & 4th Tuesday 10.00 – 11.30
All Saints Church Milton
Every 3rd Monday 14.00 – 15.30
Price List for NON NHS vaccines
Risk Assessment Form
We are able to offer our patients Travel advice. We have a dedicated travel clinic run by our nurses usually held on the last Friday of the month. There is limited availability so it is advisable to book the appointment as early as possible.
Patients are advised to contact the surgery to book an appointment. You will then be asked to complete a travel risk assessment form which can be found on the surgery website. This can be completed on line and emailed back to reception or printed out and handed in. Your appointment must be booked before the assessment form is assessed.
The risk assessment form needs to be completed and returned at least 4 weeks before your appointment (and no less than 2 weeks)
We will not be able to asses last minute travellers and you will be redirected to a travel clinic.
We would recommend that you look at the “Travel well” leaflet from the link above.
Some vaccinations are not available on the NHS and will have to be paid for at the time of the appointment. Currently we are only able to accept cash, this may change in the future.
There is further information about countries and vaccinations required on the links below.
- Book an appointment with the nurse for travel advice
- Complete and return travel risk assessment form at least least 4 weeks before your appointment
Travelling in Europe
If you are travelling to Europe the EU has published useful information for travellers on the European website.
Some services provided are not covered under our contract with the NHS and therefore attract charges. Examples include the following:
The fees charged are based on the British Medical Association (BMA) suggested scales and our reception staff will be happy to advise you about them along with appointment availability.
Support organisations for those experiencing suicidal or distressing thoughts.
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Physio Self-Referral Form
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