Clinics & Services Offered
Many of the clinics listed below are available at both surgeries - unless otherwise directed - please attend the surgery you are registered with.
IT IS IMPORTANT THAT IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO ATTEND FOR AN APPOINTMENT THAT YOU INFORM THE SURGERY AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. APPOINTMENTS IN CLINICS ARE EXTREMELY LIMITED AND MANY HOURS OF LOST TIME ARE EXPERIENCED WITH PATIENTS NOT ATTENDING.
Family Planning Services
You may make an appointment to see your a doctor, Sister Sandie Mulcaster or Nurse Practitioner Elaine Campbell to discuss contraceptive services.
Woman's Health Clinic
WHC are held at both surgeries, at Hartley Wintney on a Wednesday and at Hook on a Thursday. These are intended to cover all aspects of women's health care. A cervical smear can be undertaken by one of our specially trained Practice Nurses within normal surgery appointment times.
Well Person Check
Please book an appointment with the practice nurse.
These are held every Tuesday afternoon at Hook surgery 2.00 - 3.30 p.m.
At Hartley Wintney these clinics are held every Thursday afternoon (Weighing and Health Visitor 1.30pm) Immunisations 2.00 - 3.00 p.m.
The immunisation appointments are sent to you for routine vaccinations. Please inform the Surgery if you are unable to attend or if your child is unwell. If a carer, other than the parents, bring the child to clinic for immunisations it will be necessary to have written consent for this from the parents.
All parents are welcome to attend with babies and children up to five years. We offer the opportunity to have your child weighed and advise on such topics as weaning, sleep, potty training, temper tantrums, etc.
Please see your own doctor when you first become pregnant, who will arrange for you to meet the midwife who will complete the booking arrangements for hospital care and advise you on all aspects of your pregnancy..
Ante and post natal groups are run at each surgery by the midwives and health visitors
Health Promotion Clinics
The doctors and practice nurses provide all aspects of health promotion advice and care during booked surgery hours. In addition there are specific clinics run by specially trained nurses, alongside your own doctor, designed to monitor specific medical conditions such as diabetes, asthma and Ischaemic Heart Disease.
Asthma/COPD Clinics are run at each surgery. Appointments can be made at reception at both surgeries. As a minimum you will need to be reviewed annually whilst you have a requirement for inhalers.
Diabetic Clinics are run every Wednesday morning. Appointments are sent for yearly and six monthly checks for non-insulin dependant diabetics. Insulin dependant diabetics are now being reviewed at the Surgery or Jointly with the Hospital.
Healthy Heart clinics are run at each surgery.
All doctors carry out minor surgical procedures. If you have any `lump' or` bump' that is bothering you they will be happy to offer advice. Should removal be appropriate they would be happy to arrange it.
Some warts and skin leisions require cryotherapy treatment and the practice has facilities to provide this. Your doctor will advise you as to the suitability of this treatment. A clinic is held regularly at Hook Surgery and your doctor can arrange for you to attend.
These are available from mid-October for anyone aged over 65, or others on medical advice. Dates will be published nearer the time. Please enquire at reception.
A Dietician attends the each surgery alternate weeks. Referral is via your doctor - please discuss it with him/her.
A podiatrist attends the each surgery weekly . Referral must be through your own doctor or the Practice or District Nurse.
We are able to offer physiotherapy at both surgeries. Appointments can only be made with a referral from a doctor.