Services Offered by Practice

Clinics

  • Baby Clinic
  • Travel Clinic
  • Asthma and COPD Clinic
  • Family Planning Clinic
  • Stop Smoking Clinic
  • Health Screening Clinic and Weight Management Clinics
  • Diabetes Clinic
  • Heart Disease Clinic
  • Well Woman Clinic
  • Benefits Adviser Clinic
  • Influenza and Pneumococcal Vaccination clinics

District Nurses

They can be contacted by telephoning the Single Point of Access on: 01274 256 131
Working hours: 8:30am to 5:00pm Monday to Friday
At weekends, evenings and overnight and also on Bank holidays the number to call is: 01274 256 131
Services provided by the district nurses include assessing the health needs of the housebound including the provision of equipment to maximise independence, monitoring long-term health problems in housebound patients, care of the terminally ill patient and support for their family, wound care, hospital after-care and continence management.

Health Visitors

The Health Visiting Team have Drop-in clinics at the surgery for general advice and baby weighing they are on Wednesday’s at The Family Practice in Whetley Medical Centre. Immunisations are available from 11:00am – 1:00pm with the Practice Nurse and the Health Visitors are available between 11:00am and 1:00pm. Health Visitors do checks on small children and are a valuable source of information and advice on pregnancy, childhood immunisations, antenatal classes, feeding problems, behavioural problems, toilet training, sleep problems and developmental problems.
Contact the Health Visitors 01274 256 166
Clinics are held on Tuesday between 1:00pm to 3:00pm.

Midwife/Antenatal Care

The City Medical Practice has an attached midwife. When a pregnancy has been confirmed; patients should book an appointment to see the midwife who will complete the necessary booking forms. Patients are encouraged to do this as soon as they know they are pregnant, to ensure best antenatal care.

Patient Participation Group

If you are interested in becoming a member of our Patient Reference Group and helping to shape the nature ofhealth services provided in your local community, please contact the practice manager The group’s activities includes things like obtaining the patient’s view on practice services, carrying out surveys e.g. patient satisfaction and health needs of patients, health promotion, and designing new services or initiatives.