Looking after you
We have a range of clinics that will help you manage your long-term health condition(s). Your annual review is important to help you manage your health.
Asthma and COPD Clinics
The practice offers comprehensive asthma and COPD management clinics. We will work with you to help you develop a care plan that enables you to prevent exacerbations / attacks or manage your symptoms.
We recommend that patients with high blood pressure have their blood pressure tested every six months, you can check this in the waiting room whenever you want, results will be reviewed by a clinician and we’ll contact you if any action is required.
Coronary Heart Disease Clinics
We will check your medication and undertake necessary tests to ensure your condition is well managed, as well as providing lifestyle advice.
Dr C McCormick and our nurse practitioner, Jenny Hoyle, have regular diabetic clinics.
The primary aim is to regularly monitor your health and prevent long-term complications.
We will review your epilepsy and discuss your lifestyle, medication and frequency of seizures, an epilepsy management plan may be developed.
You will have a pre-assessment with a Nurse / Health Care Assistant followed by an appointment with Doctor to review your condition and develop a care plan.
This is an early warning test which shows if there are any changes in cells from the neck of the womb (cervix) which potentially could develop into cancer. It is not a diagnostic test for anything else and can only be performed at specific intervals, you will receive a letter asking you to attend when appropriate.
Peripheral Arterial Disease
We will test your blood pressure and cholesterol and make sure that the medication you are taking is working effectively, and answer any questions you may have.
We will review your health and wellbeing along with your medication to ensure your wellbeing.
We will meet with you (and your carers if you wish) to review your health and wellbeing, we can signpost you to a range of other services if you would like, including the Admiral Nurse who is a dedicated nurse supporting patients with dementia and their carers.