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East Bridgford Medical Centre2 Butt LaneEast BridgfordNottingham, NG13 8NYTel: 01949 20216
This service is to assess patients with soft tissue, muscle and joint pain and to decide the most appropriate pathway. So if you have a new problem that affects your neck, back, bones, joints or muscles please ask reception to book you in to this new service. This is designed to place patients with the appropriate clinician. The service is not for children under 16.
For the near future these consultations will be virtual with our physio Zena.
Joint or muscle injury? Have a digital assessment from home today Phio is a state-of-the-art digital assessment tool to assess your joint or muscle injury. If you’re a patient at this practice, you can self-refer for an assessment with Phio today.
Visit circlehealth.co.uk/integratedcare/phio to get started with your assessment.
We provide a full range of services including Long Acting Reversible Contraception such as coils and implants.
The practice can provide you with advice about avoiding sexually transmitted diseases, and with Chlamydia Screening.
We provide comprehensive maternity care, co-ordinated by our community midwives with support from your GP, and when appropriate, a hospital specialist. Your midwife will also advise you about post-natal support.
Our community nurses run a continence clinic at the practice. If you suffer from urinary incontinence please speak to your doctor who will refer you to the clinic.
If you suffer from long term conditions such as diabetes, heart disease, stroke, lung disease such as asthma or COPD, or Hypertension, our doctors and nurses will be involved in monitoring your illness. You will be invited to attend the surgery for a check-up once a year, usually during the month of your birthday.
Our HCA's are qualified to carry out procedures such as taking blood, ECGs, smoking cessation advice, new patient checks, blood pressure monitoring, and flu vaccinations. Clinics for Blood Tests are available Monday - Friday each morning. INR Tests are not available on Friday mornings.
Flu clinics are held usually from October to December. If you suffer from a long-term illness such as those mentioned on this page, you will be entitled to have these vaccinations free of charge.
The practice provides a limited medical foreign travel service, including advice, equipment and some vaccinations. If you are travelling abroad, please ask at reception for a questionnaire to submit to the practice nurse in advance of your appointment, or check out the Foreign Travel link on this website. Please allow plenty of time, before you travel, for the necessary treatment, as it may not be possible at short notice to develop the protection or immunity you’ll need.
The practice will be inviting in all patients who are between the ages of 40 and 74 for a health check. This will involve taking blood pressure readings, weight and height (BMI), a blood test to check your cholesterol level, and carrying out a cardio-vascular risk assessment. Lifestyle advice will be given to help you to stay healthy for longer, and to prevent heart disease, stroke, diabetes, and kidney disease. It is expected to take up to five years to complete the first cycle, so please be patient while awaiting your turn. You will then be invited back every five years to monitor your health until you reach the age of 74.
Please telephone 01949 20216 after 2.00pm as the telephones are usually quieter after this time and we will have received reports from the laboratory for that day.
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