We cater for ante-natal and post-natal care. Care in pregnancy is provided by the Practice in conjunction with the hospital and midwives.
In nearly all cases the majority of your ante-natal care will be carried out in the practice ante-natal clinic by the doctors and midwives. A Health Visitor is also in attendance.
The clinic is held every Wednesday from 1.00 p.m. until 2.30 p.m. An appointment is required for this clinic.
Please always bring a urine sample in a clean bottle to the clinic.
All of the doctors see children every day but four of our doctors specialise in assessing children to see that they are growing and developing normally, both physically and mentally. This clinic is run jointly by the Doctors and Health Visitors.
The clinic runs on a Tuesday between 9.30 a.m. and 10.30 a.m. At this clinic babies and children receive their immunisations, checks of growth and development, and advice on immunisations. This clinic is a well baby clinic only.
Children may also attend this clinic for pre-school booster vaccinations.
All children will be called for vaccination through the computer system run by the Health Authority. If this is inconvenient, they can be seen at any other surgery by appointment.
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