Results of Tests and x-rays
Please note that all patients are required to telephone for the results of any test.
These can be obtained by telephoning 015395 63307 AFTER 2.00PM Monday to Friday. The receptionist can only tell you the results after they have been checked by a doctor, so she may ask you to ring back after this has been done.
|Wednesday||3.40 – 5.00 pm||Sister Lashley|
|Thursday||3.20 – 5.00 pm||Sister Lashley|
Diabetic clinics are held twice a month by diabetic specialist nurse Kerry Clarke.
Baby Vaccination Clinic
|Monday||1.30 – 3.00pm||Sister Lashley|
Minor operations such as warts, verucca and cyst removal can be done in the Surgery. Please ask the doctor for advice.
Vaccinations And Immunisations
If you require routine vaccinations and travel immunizations, please make arrangements to see the Practice Nurse. Please note that travel vaccines and preventative medicines are not all provided by the NHS and charges may be applicable.
Important in detecting early signs of disease, regular smear tests are advised between the age of 25 and 65 years.
Patients will be invited to make an appointment at this Surgery when their smear is due.
Child Development Checks
Please contact the Health Visitor for an appointment to discuss your child’s development and health education.
Stoneleigh Surgery have a number of Health Visitors which are available to patients. For more information please contact on 01539 777255.
We offer a comprehensive contraceptive service including emergency contraception, fitting of intra-uterine devices (coils) and insertion of contraceptive implants.
If you would like more information or advice about contraception please contact Reception on 015395 63307.
This surgery now provides a range of sexual health care Services. Our service is confidential .You can see a GP or our Practice Nurse Helen.
We provide screening for Sexually Transmitted Infection and treatment. We also provide a comprehensive contraceptive service including emergency contraception, fitting of intra-uterine devices (coils) and insertion of contraceptive implants.
If you would like an appointment please contact Reception on 015395 63307
If you need advice on travelling to foreign destinations, our Practice Nurses will be able to carry out a full risk assessment for you and advise you about relevant vaccinations etc.
Please contact the surgery on 015395 63307 for advice on how to access this service or use our online form to let us know the details of our planned trip.
Please note that some immunisations are chargeable. Please refer to our Private and Professional Fees for details of our current prices.
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Warfarin is used to prevent blood clots from forming or increasing in size in a patient’s blood and blood vessels. An anticoagulant that works by decreasing the clotting ability of the blood, it is prescribed for people with certain types of irregular heartbeat and with prosthetic heart valves. It is also used to treat or prevent pulmonary embolism (a blood clot in the lung) and venous thrombosis (swelling and blood clot in a vein).
Warfarin is known to interact with many commonly used medications and other chemicals that may be present in appreciable quantities of food and these interactions may increase or reduce its anticoagulation effect. Therefore, in order to optimize the therapeutic effect, without risking dangerous side effects such as bleeding, close monitoring of the degree of anticoagulation is required by blood testing (I.N.R.).
At Stoneleigh Surgery, I.N.R. testing is undertaken by our Practice Nurses, Health Care Assistant and Phlebotomists.
Medical examinations for special purposes eg. Elderly drivers, HGV, pre-employment, fitness to undertake sports, fitness to travel etc. are undertaken during surgery times. A fee will be payable. Please indicate your requirements when booking the appointment, since such examinations need longer appointments.