These Clinics are aimed at managing the existing problems with the primary aim of improving the quality of life, by making it as normal as possible, and the prevention of any complications.
(In collaboration with the mid-wife/Practice Nurse)
These are to monitor and advise during and after the pregnancy, to ensure its smooth progression and care thereafter.
To monitor the growth and development of the children at regular intervals and to immunise them against infectious diseases.
Everybody over the age of 75 years will have a Routine Health Check by the Practice or District Nurse, on a yearly basis.
Those, who are infirm and unable to attend the Health Centre, will be visited at home.
All the other individuals, men and women, will be offered a Detailed Health Check (including cervical smear for women) at an interval of 3 years.
The Practice Nurse will carry out the regular dressings and injections besides the routine ear syringing and stitch removals etc. Please book an appointment for convenience.
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