Social Presciber Link Workers
Our Social Presribers work with people in need to help with loneliness and isolation, increase participation and support to be independent. If you you would like an appointment please contact the practice to make an appointment.
Carers resource run a clinic twice a month on a Thursday afternoon here at the surgery, they will also do home visits if needed. Please contact their office to arrange an appointment on Tel: 01423 500555 or come in to the surgery and fill in a referral form and we will send off for you.
The health visitor can be contacted by phoning 01423 799442/3
The district nurse can be contacted by phoning 01423 862237
The health visitor hold clinics for healthy children, click here for details of the clinics.
We follow the national guidelines for childhood immunisations, details of which can be found on the NHS Choices website www.nhs.uk.
Dementia Advice Clinics
The Alzheimers society run a monthly clinic here at the surgery on Tuesday afternoon. Please contact the surgery to arrange an appointment.
The midwife runs an antenatal clinic every Tuesday morning.
First Contact Physio
The First Contact Physio service is a new service, where Physiotherapy is offered as an alternative to seeing your GP for a back, neck, muscle or trapped nerve pain. The specialist physiotherapist can assess, diagnose and offer advice and guidance on how to manage your symptoms.
Our Practitioners are experienced specialist physiotherapist who also work at Harrogate District Hospital. They can also refer you to the hospital for further investigations or specialist treatment.
Contraception and Cervical Smears
Patients may make an appointment with any doctor or practice nurse at a convenient time for a cervical smear or contraceptive advice.
Special appointments are available as part of our care for diabetic patients.
Please click here for further information from Diabetes UK and how they can support you (PDF, 485KB).
Asthma / Respiratory Disease
Special appointments are available to monitor the care of asthmatic patients.
Ear Irrigation carries risks of perforating (making a hole in) the ear drum and infection, so this is not a treatment we undertake unnecessarily. In the majority of cases wax disappears using olive oil so before any appointment for irrigation is given we ask you to have applied olive oil twice a day for at least five days and then, if the symptoms still persist, to book an ear assessment appointment with the practice nurse and irrigation will only be carried out upon the recommendation of our practice nurse. Please download our patient advice leaflet for further information Ear Care - Advice for patients (DOCX, 37KB).