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Respiratory clinic

This clinic is for patients who have, or who we think have, asthma or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). We will ask you to come to the clinic every year if you have asthma, or COPD.

Smoking cessation (stopping smoking) clinic

If you want to stop smoking, we can offer advice and sometimes prescribe medication that will help you. We offer individual advice with our smoking cessation advisor or you can call the stop-smoking help line 0800 0854113.

 

Phlebotomy clinic (bloods)

We offer a service at the practice on weekday mornings. We often ask you to have a blood test before coming to several of the other special clinics.In addition, Cromer Hospital, offer a                   walk-in phlebotomy clinic 8.30am – 4.30pm with appointments for children or patients requiring a fasting blood test.

New patient checks

We ask all new patients to come for a general health check.

 

Test Results

If a clinician at the Medical Centre arranges for you to have a test done you must telephone the reception team to ask if any action is required or if suggested, make a follow up appointment with the clinician to discuss your results.

 

If a clinician at the Hospital arranges for you to have a test done you must telephone the hospital for your results or await your follow up appointment.

Epilepsy, Mental Health & Dementia reviews

We will write to you annually and ask you to see either the doctor or a nurse.

Diabetic clinic

If you are diabetic, we will ask you to come every year and possibly every six months for a check as well.

Cardiac clinic

This clinic is for patients with any problems related to the heart, blood pressure or who have had a stroke or transient ischaemic attack (TIA).  

See below a list of clinics we offer at the Medical Centre;

Minor Eye Condition Service

 

If you have an eye condition our reception team complete an eye assessment by asking you some questions.  If you meet the criteria you will be referred to the Minor Eye condition Service (MECS).  Click on links below for more information.

 

"Patient Information Leaflet"

 

"List of participating opticians".