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Clinics

Ante Natal Appointmentsbaby_and_pregnant_mum

Held by a midwife on Tuesday afternoons and every other Friday.

Post Natal (6 weeks) Appointments

Can be made with your doctor during normal surgery times.

Baby 8 weeks check and immunisations

Can be dealt with by the practice nurse and a GP during normal surgery hours.

Child Health Clinics

An open clinic held on Wednesday afternoons between 1.15pm and 3.15pm. Please book in with reception on arrival.

Child Development Review Sessions

By appointment with the Health Visitor.

Cervical Smear Appointments

Responsibility for sending reminders for cervical smears lies with the Clinical Commissioning Group. When you receive a reminder letter, please book an appointment for a smear with the practice nurse.

Community Wellbeing Service

The Stroud and Berkeley Vale Community Wellbeing Team is part of a countywide service and may be able to offer support and advice to guide you during a short or long term health situation. A clinic will be held at the surgery each Friday morning in the near future. For more information about the service please visit our Community Wellbeing Service page.

Contraception & Sexual Health

Advice about the full range of contraceptive methods is available from our family planning trained nurse, Lorna Drysdale.

A weekly gynae clinic is held by one of the practice nurses, Natasha Brown, during which she fits coils & carries out endometrial biopsies.

Contraceptive implants can be fitted. Please book in with practice nurse, Lorna Drysdale.

INR Clinics (A blood test for patients taking Warfarin medication)

Provided by our Healthcare Assistants.

Diabetic Clinic

Held every week run by Dr Meikle and Julia Woods, our practice nurse, who is specially trained to provide quality diabetes care. Our patients with diabetes are reviewed twice a year (or more frequently if necessary).

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Respiratory Clinics for Asthma & Chronic Obstructive Airways Disease (COPD)

Our practice nurses, Lorna Drysdale and Karen Brown, have been specially trained to promote quality respiratory care and undertake Asthma reviews. Lorna also specialises in COPD reviews.

Hypertension (High Blood Pressure) Clinics

Run by the practice nurses, they monitor and help control high blood pressure.

bpcheck Minor Operations

Appointments are made with Dr Latter and Dr Malins after discussion with your own doctor. Minor operations are performed during normal consultation hours.

Diabetic Retinal Screening

This is an annual clinic. The Diabetic Retinal Screening Team from Gloucestershire Royal Hospital attend the surgery for approximately 2 weeks to screen diabetic patients.

Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Screening

An annual clinic held every April for patients eligible for screening.

Nursing Services

bandaging-wristA practice nurse is a qualified nurse who has undertaken further training in many aspects of community health. In addition to providing general nursing care. Our nurses  and Health Care Assistants undertake:

  • Wound and dressing management
  • Blood tests (phlebotomy)
  • 24 hour ambulatory blood pressure monitoring
  • Injections (including holiday vaccinations, for which we ask for 10 weeks notice, please see here for more information on travel vaccinations)
  • B12 injections
  • Minor Illness Consultations
  • Chronic Disease Clinics
    • Asthma
    • Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
      • Chronic Bronchitis
      • Emphysema
      • Spirometry
    • Diabetes
    • Coronary Heart Disease
    • Hypertension
    • Hypothyroidism
  • Women's Health
    • Cervical smears
    • Contraception
    • Hormone Replacement Therapy
  • ECG on referral from doctor
  • Ear syringing
  • Catheter changes
  • NHS Health checks for patients aged 40-74 years
  • Reviews for patients with Dementia

At Price's Mill Surgery, we are fortunate to have many very experienced practice nurses.

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