Clinics & Services
Antenatal clinic is run by the community midwife on Mondays between 09:30 and 12:30. This is by appointment only and can be booked through reception. We are constantly fully booked so please keep up your appointment.
There is an open clinic on every Wednesday mornings between 09:30 to 11:30 at Iqra School, Wexham Road, Slough. Health visitor is concerned with the health of the whole community, having particular responsibility for the under 5’s. Please feel free to contact the health visitor on 01753 635544.
Cervical Smear Tests
Smears are performed by the practice nurse or by the lady doctor. The result will be sent to you by post unless otherwise indicated. If you do not want to take up this advice please see the doctor who will discuss this with you. You are advised to make an appointment to see the doctor to discuss the result if necessary.
We have a dietetic and nutritional clinic on a monthly basis. Advice and help is given to patients with diabetes, obesity and high cholesterol. Appointments to see the dietician is booked after consultation with the doctor.
Minor operations include joint injections, excisions of skin lumps and moles as well as treatment to minor warts. The doctor may decide that a procedure can be dealt with at the surgery or a referral may be required.
Family Planning Service
Run by lady doctor. A wide range of contraceptive services including coil and implant is offered. Appointments are made via reception.
Vaccinations & Immunisations
An adult requires a Tetanus vaccination every 10 years. If you are due for one ,or unsure, please ask at reception.
Child Health Surveillance
First baby checks are made by your GP at six weeks during the postnatal check-up. The health visiting team provide child health surveillance services for the under fives.
Pre-school immunisations are highly recommended by all the doctors and are discussed fully with parents or guardians. These are usually done by one of the practice nurses in the treatment room.
Anyone other than parents who bring the baby/child for vaccination will be required to bring a written consent from one of the parents before the vaccine/s can be given.
Children’s vaccination take place on Wednesday mornings at the surgery.
We particularly recommend this for anyone over the age of 65 and those suffers from heart, chest problem, diabetes and asthma or any other chronic illness. It is given every year and patients are advised to make appointments from September onwards. Pneumonia vaccine is given to those over 65, only once. If you haven’t had one, please ask at reception.
You will need time to have the necessary course so try and book appointments at least 8 weeks in advance, booking through reception. Private prescriptions will be charged and there will be a charge for some foreign immunisation and pre-employment vaccinations. More information is available on the above tab.
- Heart Clinic
- Diabetic Clinic
- Asthma Clinic
- Well Woman Clinic