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Florence Road Surgery

& Bramley Road Surgery

Florence Road Surgery
Bramley Road Surgery

Tel: 020 8567 2111 

 

Services Available

 

Asthma and COPD clinics 

Blood pressure tests 

Child vaccinations 

Chronic heart disease clinic 

Diabetic clinic 

ECG

General health checks 

Phlebotomy  

Spirometry

Travel vaccinations and advice

Wound management      

Antenatal care

Minor operations

Cryotherapy clinic

Coil fittings

Contraceptive services

Well Woman Clinic (e.g. cervical smears)

 

 

Diabetic, Heart Disease, Stroke, Hypertension, Asthma Monitoring  

The nurses have regular appointments for chronic disease monitoring and the surgery has an invitation process to ensure that you receive your annual reviews.

 

 

Flu, Shingles and Pneumonia Vaccinations

Each October/November we offer flu vaccinations to patients over 65 or who are at special risk.  Pneumonia vaccinations are available to patients that are over 65. Please ask at reception for more details.

 

Shingles vaccinations are offered to patients of particular ages; please ask at reception to see if you are eligible.

 

 

Travel Vaccinations

If you are travelling outside Northern Europe, North America and Australia you should seek advice about travel vaccinations from one of our nurses at least 6 weeks before your departure date (appointments can be booked up to 4 weeks in advance).

 

For more information about your travel destination please go to www.nathnac.org or www.fitfortravel.nhs.uk.

 

Please see charges for any fees that may apply.  Please click here.

 

Referral Centres

 

As a partner of Ealing Clinical Commissiong Group, we have the option to use a wide range of specialist centres.

 

Our policy: To use specialist services at hospitals that we believe provide the best service and quality of care, not necessarily the closest. The hospitals most commonly used are:

When joining the practice, you will be asked for details of any hospitals and specialists you are currently attending or are due to see.

 

Referral to Hospital or other Service (NHS/Private)

NHS

Medical staff will advise you of the treatment they think is appropriate. No care or treatment will be given without your informed consent. Urgent referrals will be made within 24 hours. If a doctor agrees that a routine referral is necessary, this will be completed and you will be given an information slip detailing how to arrange your appointment and a contact number to check its progress.   If you have not received any communication about your referral within 15 working days please contact the surgery.

 

Private

Private referral letters can also be arranged and may take five working days to complete. Appointments should not be made with the consultant until you have the referral  – either by post or collection.

 


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