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        Statement of Purpose - Our Mission Statement  -  We aspire to provide safe, high-quality, person-centred care, delivered with compassion, dignity and respect, through a combination of teamwork and professionalism, with a commitment to listen and improve.

Clinics & Services

Cervical Smears

By appointment with a practice nurse. All women aged 25 - 49 will be offered a smear test at least every three years and women aged 50 - 64 every five years. For the over 65s, screening will only be offered to those who have not been screened since age 50 or who have had recent abnormal tests. The test can be carried out by one of our practice nurses or by your own doctor. YOU MUST HAVE RECEIVED A LETTER FROM THE PRIMARY CARE AGENCY TO BOOK AN APPOINTMENT.

Family Planning and Women’s Health pregnant_bp

We offer a full range of contraceptive services including IUCD fitting. Appointments are available in our family planning clinic which normally operates on Monday afternoons or by seeing one of our trained doctor's Dr Clark, Dr Dalton, Dr Summersgill or Dr Kacker.

Maternity Services

The midwives working at the practice are part of the Royal Surrey County Hospital midwifery team and hold antenatal clinics at the practice. The doctors and midwives provide full antenatal and postnatal care. You may see your GP or midwife from early on in your pregnancy to discuss your health and choices for your care. Please make a 'booking' appointment with the midwife at nine weeks of pregnancy who will continue your care throughout your pregnancy.

Adult Immunisations - by appointment

We offer a full range of immunisations by appointment with our practice nurse. We do not normally provide immunisations required for occupational reasons as these are best provided as part of a company’s occupational health policy. However, we will provide an immunisation service for companies provided this has been agreed in writing.

Flu and Pneumococcal Vaccinations

We recommend an influenza vaccination for the over 65s and patients with chronic heart, lung, liver or kidney disease, diabetes or asthma, carers and residents of nursing/rest homes. For details of clinics, please contact reception at the end of September, for details of our annual Flu Clinic Saturday.

We also recommend pneumococcal vaccination for prevention against a common form of pneumonia for the over 65s and patients with chronic heart, lung or kidney disease, diabetes or asthma. This can also be given at our annual Flu Clinic Saturday.

Minor Surgery

We provide a range of minor surgical procedures. These include removal of lumps, joint injection and cryotherapy (freezing) for skin problems. There is a weekly minor surgical list carried out in our modern treatment room. Please book an appointment with Dr Steve Simons for an assessment.

Minor Injuries

Our practice nurses do not provide a full minor injuries service, although they are able to carry out an initial assessment and treatment where appropriate, but only for our own patients. There is, however, a Minor Injuries Unit at Haslemere Hospital (open 09:00 - 17:00 Monday to Friday).

Chronic Disease management - by appointment asthma_inhaler_5

We recommend that patients with conditions such as COPD (including asthma), diabetes, coronary heart disease, epilepsy and hypertension should be seen at regular intervals by either their own doctor or one of our specialist practice nurses. Patients will be invited to attend review appointments for these conditions.

Health Checks - by appointment

If you have not seen a GP within the last three years, you can ask to have this check-up with our practice nurse. General assessment of your lifestyle and advice about healthy living is carried out by our practice nurse, with follow-up clinics for high blood pressure, diet/weight control and smoking/alcohol habit.

Over 75s - By appointment

Patients over 75 who have not been seen in the last 12 months can ask for an annual health check which is carried out either by your own doctor or by a practice nurse.

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