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Clinics & Services

In addition to GP consultations the practice follows the General Medical Services Contract for the provision of healthcare services. Here’s some of the extra services we offer: 

  • Antenatal Clinic - Provided jointly by visiting consultants and midwives at the Mid Argyll Community Hospital Outpatients Department.physio

  • Baby Clinic - run by the doctors and health visitors for child developmental checks and immunisations. New parents can ask about sleeping, feeding and child health worries with a doctor or health visitor.

  • Child health drop-in clinic – with the health visitor, for immunisations and advice on health and development. Held on Wednesday afternoons in the child health consulting room.

  • Child immunisation clinics – The Health Board sends parents a letter when immunisation is due. Clinics take place between 1400-1600 on Wednesday afternoons.

  • Expectant and postnatal mothers group – hosted weekly by the health visitors on Thursday afternoons from 13:30 - 15:30 in the Community Centre. It’s a great opportunity to meet other mothers and babies. There are sometimes information sessions on child health and related topics from guest speakers.

  • Asthma Clinic - run by the nursing team

  • Diabetic Clinic – You’ll be advised if you should make an appointment with the Diabetic Clinic.

  • Dietetic clinic - run by the dieticians.
  • Family Planning - Contraceptive care is provided by all the practice nurses (and GPs) during surgery hours.
  • Healthy Weight Programme – for patients referred by their doctor or practice nurse.

  • Sexual Health And Well Person Clinic - Run by Lorraine MacIntyre every Wednesday between 14.00 - 16:30 by appointment for sexual health issues, contraceptive implants, injections, hormone replacement therapy, smears and general advice. Patients are seen first by the nurse and, if required, referred to the doctor. 

  • Specialised Sexual Health and Reproductive Service - includes contraceptive implant, IUCD fitting, STI and HIV screening and counselling. Telephone appointments are available with the sexual health nurse who will give you advice, arrange follow-up with GP or redirect you as appropriate.

  • Sexual health services, including coils and Implanon provision, are also available to patients not registered with the practice.

  • Minor Surgery - Our doctors can perform some minor surgery procedures, by appointment. Practice nurses carry out cryotherapy treatment on verrucas and warts.

 

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