Clinics and Services


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Blood Tests

Blood tests are requested by the clinicians for patients already on medications or with certain chronic conditions. We will contact patients when blood tests are needed.

If a clinician feels that you need a blood test this will be ordered in a consultation.

Phlebotomy Service

A phlebotomy service is available at the surgery every morning between 8am and 1pm. Patients who are unable to attend our phlebotomy clinics may also use the community service, based at Purley War Memorial Hospital, or attend the Phlebotomy Clinic at Croydon University Hospital.

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Child Health And Immunisations

Child health clinics are run by the health visitors at various locations in the area (reception has a list). Developmental checks are undertaken by the GPs and all childhood immunisations given during designated immunisation clinics by the practice nurses. Childhood vaccinations and developmental checks are by appointment only, and patients will usually be invited at the appropriate time. If in doubt, please telephone the surgery for advice.

Disease Management

Our specialist practice nurses offer clinics for the management of asthma, diabetes, coronary heart disease and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Patients are invited to attend for routine monitoring of their condition and each clinic is supported by a nominated GP.

Family Planning And Cervical Smears

A full range of services is available including the fitting of coils and oral contraception. For the 'morning after pill' please contact your local pharmacist.

Pre-conceptual advice and rubella (German measles) screening are also available.

All women between the ages of 24 and 65 will be offered a cervical smear test in line with current NHS recommendations.

Flu and Covid Vaccination Clinics

Flu clinics are held annually and COVID clinics are held twice yearly. All patients who are eligible for a vaccination will be invited in via text or letter inviting them to book an appointment. Please ensure your contacts details are correct at all times. For housebound patients, these will not always be contacted prior to visit. Please be mindful of this additional service and that if you are able to physically attend you must attend the practice. Housebound visits are for patient who cannot physically leave their home.

Maternity/Antenatal Clinics

Antenatal care is provided by your local hospital. Please decide which hospital you would like to use and visit their website to register for their service.

The doctors provide maternity medical services and work closely with the community midwives. Patients will be offered appointments with a GP or midwife according to local medical guidelines.

Treatment Room Clinics

Experienced clinicians are available in the treatment room for a wide range of services, including:

  • advice
  • dressings
  • removal of sutures
  • vaccinations

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