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Maternity Services

Community midwives and doctors provide both antenatal and postnatal care.  Appointments with GP’s are provided within normal surgery sessions.  Community Midwives attached to the practice hold ante-natal clinics.  The practice does not feel able to support home confinement.  Individual cases may be discussed in advance with the community midwife. 

 

Immunisation

Routine immunisations for children and adults are available and encouraged by the practice. 

 

Child Health Development Assessments

Doctors perform routine 6-week developmental checks.  Subsequent examinations at 7, 20 and 36 months are carried out by your Health Visitor. 

 

Cervical Cytology

All women aged from 25 to 65 are encouraged to have regular cervical smear tests.  These are usually performed by the practice nurse. 

 

Circulatory System Disease 

Annual review clinics are arranged and run by the Practice Nurses   

 

Asthma/COPD Checks

Annual review is encouraged and appointments may be arranged with the practice nurse.

 

Diabetic Checks

Annual review of all patients with Diabetes is standard practice. A diabetic register is kept and all patients will be encouraged to attend for annual review. 

 

Sexual Health Services

Free & confidential services for sexually transmitted infection screening; HIV testing

 

Ring first for an appointment:-

 

Monday

Lancaster University Health Centre

01524 541653

Tuesday

Lancaster Medical Practice - Dalton Square

01524 585413

Friday

Westgate, Morecambe

01524 834174

Friday

Queen Square Healthub

01524 580970

 

For other Sexual Health Services in Lancaster & Morecambe ring: 0845 0590 015

 

Or visit:- http://www.best2know.co.uk/ website

 

Cardiovascular Disease Clinics

These clinics are held by the practice nurses. The aim is to help ensure optimal control of cardiovascular diseases such as angina and stroke. If you are on the practice cardiovascular disease register, you should have regular checks of blood pressure and cholesterol. The basic checks will usually be done by the healthcare assistant with a follow up appointment with the practice nurse to review your progress.

 
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