- Services we provide
- Clinics Held By The Practice Nurse
- Well Woman and the NHS Cervical Screening Pogramme
- Newly Registered Patients
- Asthma Clinic
- Antenatal Clinic
- Post Natal Care
- Diabetic Clinic
- Hypertension Clinic
- Baby Clinic
- Child Development / Immunisation Clinc
- Travel Vaccination
- Other Services
- Specimens and Investigations
Services we provide
We run a full range of clinics. For an appointment or further details, please call Broadway Medical Centre on 01922 622064. Services/clinics available in the practice:
- General Medical Services
- Diabetes (Specialised Diabetes Nurse)
- CHD (Chronic Heart Disease)
- Cervical Screening
- Asthma / COPD
- Phlebotomy (blood tests)
- Hypertension (Raised Blood Pressure)
- Contraceptive Services
- NHS Health Checks (40-74)
- Vaccinations and Immunisations
- Child Health Surveillance
- Gold Standards Framework (Palliative care)
- Weight Management
- Quit smoking advice
- Sexual Health Services
- Over 75 Health Check (Housebound patients only)
Clinics Held By The Practice Nurse
Patients wishing to see the practice nurses can do so by making an appointment with the receptionists.
Well Woman and the NHS Cervical Screening Pogramme
We would like to invite all women between 25 and 64 years for a cervical screen. You will receive an invitation every 3 years between the ages of 25 and 49. You will then be invited every 5 years between the ages of 50 and 64 years. The test is carried out by our practice nurse. Please book an appointment at reception for this service.
In addition both the doctors and nurses are able to give advice on family planning.
Newly Registered Patients
All newly registered patients aged five years and over are requested to attend a simple check up which also allows us to obtain vital family history information. Health promotion is also covered to encourage a healthier life style.
Asthma patient care is shared between the doctors and nurse. You are invited to an annual asthma review with the practice nurse.
If you think you are pregnant, do inform the receptionist who will book you an appointment with the doctor or nurse.
The Doctor and Midwife hold this clinic each Tuesday 09.30 a.m. – 12.30 p.m. Expectant mothers are asked to make an appointment with the receptionists. Midwife direct telephone No 01922 656248.
Post Natal Care
It is important to check on your health after the birth of your baby. Mothers should make an appointment with the Doctor six weeks after the birth of their baby. As soon as the baby is born, please inform the surgery so that we can update your medical records. We also need to know when you leave hospital and what address you can be contacted so the Doctor can arrange to advice or visit you.
Diabetic patients are seen by the practice nurse on a regular basis through our recall system. Patients are advised on the control, and management of their condition. Appointments can be made through the receptionists for any diabetic patient wishing to seek advice.
This clinic is held for patients with problems with their blood pressure and cholesterol. Patients will be advised on their blood pressure
If you need to see Health visitor you can take your baby along to be weighed and at the same time, take the opportunity to discuss any worries you may have concerning your child in Sure Start Clinic. For more information ring Jenny, Blackstad Health Visitor on 01922 604432.
Child Development / Immunisation Clinc
This practice provides a full child development surveillance service and baby immunisations on every Wednesday from 10.30 am onwards. This clinic is held by the Doctor, and Nurse. This can be attended with an appointment and in the place of CCG Child health Department sends appointment and reminders. We strongly urge all patients to have their child vaccinated. All vaccinations are given at the practice.
|Diphtheria, Tetanus, acellular pertussis, Polio, Hib( DTaP/IPV/ Hib) ( 1 injection)||1st dose 2 months2nd dose 3 months3rd dose 4 months||Primary course (Pediacel)|
|Meningitis C (Men C)||1st dose 3 months2nd dose 4 months||One injection( Meningitec)|
|Pneumococcal conjugate vaccine (PCV)||1st dose 2 months2nd dose 4 months3rd dose 13 months||One injection (Prevenar)|
|Hib and Meningitis C (1injection)(Hib/MenC)||1 dose 12 months||One injection (Menitorix)|
|Measles, Mumps & German Measles (MMR) ( 1 injection)||1st dose 13 months2nd dose 3 yr & 4 mnth||One injection ( MMRIIor Priorix)|
|Diphtheria, Tetanus, acellular pertussis, Polio ( 1 Injection)||3 years 4 months to five years||PreSchool Booster ( Repevax)|
|Tetanus, Diphtheria & Polio, (Td/IPV) ( 1 injection)( Revaxis)||13 – 18 years||Booster, given at 13 yrs onwards|
These clinics are for healthy babies only; please avoid bringing children who are not well to these clinics
Holiday vaccination advice is given by consultation with our practice nurse. Various information leaflets are available.
These are some services, which are not covered by the N.H.S. These include for example: – insurance examinations, driving medicals (H.G.V.), reports, private treatment, claim forms, etc. A full list of additional services and fees are available at the reception.
Specimens and Investigations
Please telephone the surgery between 11.30 a.m. and 12.30 a.m. for the test results when the telephone is not very busy and allow at least a 5 working days for results of blood tests, etc. In some cases you will be requested to attend the surgery, this should not cause alarm as sometimes the Doctor feels a fuller explanation is required.