Clinics We Offer
Acute Assessment Unit
Our reception team may ask for an indication of the problem if a patient asks to be seen urgently. This is to ensure that the patient can be directed to the best service, which may not always be a doctor or nurse practitioner appointment.
Appointments in the Acute Unit should only be used for urgent concerns and to discuss one issue. If the problem is not an urgent one, a routine appointment should be made.
Nurse Practitioner Services
Park Surgery has an Acute Assessment Unit staffed by a nurse practitioner and doctor.
Appointments can be booked with the nurse practitioner in the Acute Assessment Unit on a same day basis via the surgery appointment system. Home visits where appropriate may also be arranged via the practice co-ordinator.
For further information on the services provided by the nurse practitioner at park surgery, please see the leaflet available at reception.
Practice Nurse Service
The Practice Nurses provide a wide range of services including:
- Family Planning
- Diabetic monitoring
- Asthma Monitoring
- Child Health Surveillance
- Hypertension Monitoring
- Coronary Heart Disease Monitoring
- Teenage Sexual Health
- Travel Immunisations and Advice
Please ask Treatment Room reception for appointment availability.
Teen Clinic @ Park Surgery for young people aged 12-18
The service is open on Tuesdays between 4pm & 6pm. We would like you to make an appointment if possible - please call 0844 815 1511
Alternatively if something happens that you need to discuss urgently then please just call in and we should be able to see you.
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First vaccinations are given by the doctor at the baby's 6-9 week check. Appointments for subsequent vaccinations should be made with one of the practice nurses. You will be reminded when these are due.