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Stansted Surgery

Services 

Diabetes Clinic

Lead by: Specialist Diabetic Nurse/Dietician/Dr Leeman

Monday 1:50 - 4:30 pm

This Clinic is run by a specialist diabetic nurse in conjunction with Dr Leeman and a dietician. If you are diabetic and are due an annual review you will receive an appointment. If you have not had an appointment to review your diabetes in the last 15 months please contact us.

 

Baby Clinic

Lead by: Dr Humphrey

Thursday 9:00 - 10:00

 The baby clinics are by Dr Humphrey for 8 week child development checks and immunisations and to allow an opportunity to discuss other issues. Please contact us to book before your baby is 8 weeks old.

 

Heart Disease

Lead by: Karen Bentley & HCA 

 Wednesday 2:00 - 3:30

This Clinic is for annual review of patients with Coronary Heart Disease. Appointments are sent when your review is due. If you believe you should be reviewed in this clinic but have not had an appointment in the last 15 months please contact us.

 

 

Epilepsy

Annual review for patients with epilepsy. If you believe you should be reviewed but have not had an appointment in the last 15 months please contact us.

 

Minor Surgery

Dr Leeman carries out minor surgical procedures at the Surgery by appointment, all the doctors will be happy to advise you on this.

 

Ante Natal Care

Patients are seen by the doctors during normal surgery.

 

Asthma Care

This is run by a practice nurse. 

 

Family Planning

Contraceptive advice is provided by all the doctors or practice nurses during surgery hours.

 

Smoking Cessation

These sessions are offered either by our Practice Nurses or a trained Smoking Cessation Advisor

 

Sick Certificates - The Law

Period of sickness of one to three days - you do not need a certificate. For periods of four to six days - your employer may require you to complete a Self-certification Form SC2 which is available from your employer or the DSS. If your employer insists on a sickness certificate for this period there will be a charge which should be paid by your employer.

 

For illness longer than six days - you will need to see a doctor for them to issue a sickness certificate and you may need to see them for any subsequent renewal of the certificate. The only exceptions to this may be after hospital in-patient or out-patient attendance or for long-term sickness.

 

Private Medical Examinations Reports etc 

Please contact the surgery for details. Private charges will apply – our current tariff is available on request.

 

Occupational Hepatitis B 

GPs do not provide an occupational health service as part of their NHS responsibility nor can they provide this service to you even if it is funded by you.

 

Under Health and Safety Regulations, your employer has a duty to provide a safe working environment and, therefore, appropriate health advice for those at risk of infection with Hepatitis B. We advise you to contact your employer who will be able to make arrangements with an occupational health provider for the provision of any immunisation which you may require following an appropriate assessment of the risk to which you are exposed.

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