Barbourne Health Centre 44 Droitwich Road Worcester, Worcestershire, WR3 7LHTel: 01905 22888
The doctors are keen on promoting better health for patients by providing the following extra facilities:
Nurse and Healthcare Assistant appointments.
Please ring after 09.00hrs to arrange these appointments.
Well Person Screening Available on request with one of the practice nurses, this is only a 10 minute appointment which involves blood pressure, height and weight. Anything more indepth would need to be discussed with a Doctor first.
Well Woman Clinics All women aged 25-49 are offered a smear test every three years. Women aged 50-64 will be offered a test every five years. Also available is a basic health check with one of the nurses.
Child Health Surveillance and Immunisation All the partners perform these in line with local practices
Minor Surgery Minor operations under local anaesthetic are available in normal surgery hours, Please ring the surgery for further details.
Diabetes, Asthma & Heart Disease We recognise the need for additional surveillance for people with Diabetes Mellitus, Asthma & Heart Disease. Patients are seen by the nurse by arrangement.
Maternity Care All doctors are recognised to provide maternity medical services with the Community Midwives. Suitable patients will be booked on the Midwife Led Unit at Worcestershire Royal Hospital. No home delivery care is provided.
Family Planning All doctors provide contraceptive services and counselling. Dr Holmes fits Coils and also insert implants. All these type of appointments will require an initial consultation.
Please ring the surgery on 01905 22888 option 6 between 8am and 5pm to make an appointment with Nurse Helen Thomas, Anita Knittel or Hilary Harrison.
It is important we make these appointments as early as possible - at least 3 weeks before you travel, so please ring us asap before your travel dates.
Some vaccines may have to be ordered if they are not a stocked vaccine.
Most travel vaccines are free under the NHS. There are a few which may incur a charge. This is because some travel vaccinations are not included in the services provided by the NHS.
If anti malaria tablets are needed - this will incur a £20.00 prescription charge and then you will need to pay for the tablets at the pharmacy.
We are also a yellow fever vaccination centre. This service is available to all, not just our patients. Please ring to find out more. This vaccine incurs a charge of £55.00 and you will also need to bring your passport to the consultation with the nurse.
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