We run a large number of clinics for particular patient groups - the list is long, but if you cannot find the information you are looking for below, please do phone through and ask us!
Antenatal Care - the Daisy team midwives offer total care for pregnancy, birth and the post-natal period.
Asthma and COPD - our specialist respiratory nurses, Kathryn and Annabel, help to diagnose and monitor patients and they work closely with the doctors to optimise treatment plans for each individual patient. We recommend annual respiratory reviews for all our asthma and COPD patients.
Blood tests - clinics run every day with our healthcare assistants, Sarah and Terry. We make sure patients who have to fast overnight for their blood tests are seen early!
Bowel Cancer Screening - with the GUTS (Guildford Undetected Tumour Screening) programme. The GUTS test is recommended for patients over the age of 50 with either bowel or abdominal symptoms or a family history of bowel cancer. Please ask our practice nurses for more details.
Cervical Smears - the first invitation for a cervical smear will be sent to you at age 25, followed by an invitation for a routine retest every 3 years for women aged 25-49, every 5 years for women aged 50-64. Patients over 65 will be invited if they have not been screened since age 50 or have had recent abnormal tests. Cervical smears are carried out by the practice nurses.
Chlamydia screening - self-testing kits are available for both males and females - please ask if you would like one. The confidential result will be sent to you at home. More details can be found at gocheckyourself.com
Cryotherapy - liquid nitrogen clinics are run by our Practice Nurses. Your GP will refer you to the clinic if this treatment is suitable for your condition.
Diabetic Clinic - run by our specialist practice nurses who are trained in diabetic care and who liaise closely with the doctors, dietician and hospital diabetic nurses. We ask our diabetic patients to have their annual feet, eye and blood tests before coming to their full diabetic check-up, so the results can be discussed.
Family Planning - for contraceptive advice, depot injections, implanon and coil fitting. Dr Christie, Dr Turner and Dr Kacker provide the coil-fitting service. If you are interested in having one, please make a routine appointment to discuss it with one of them first and they will then arrange a suitable time for the fitting if it is appropriate for you. Please make your pill check appointments with our family planning nurses.
Hypertension Clinic - our Healthcare Assistants monitor patients who have straightforward hypertension. They work with the doctors and nurses to help make the diagnosis of hypertension, monitor control, and ensure routine blood, urine and ECG tests are up to date.
Leg ulcer and wound care clinics - are run by our highly skilled District Nurses.
Minor surgery - Dr Hull performs in-house minor surgical procedures on a Friday morning and your usual GP will refer you to her. Other GPs at Cranleigh do perform procedures such as joint aspirations and injections. If you need a minor operation, we will try and arrange for it to be done here if it is an appropriate procedure.
Mother and Baby - the health visitors run a drop-in clinic for advice and help with your baby.
Smoking cessation - are you ready to stop? Your chances of quitting successfully will be much higher with help and support from a smoking advisor! Nicotine replacement therapies are available on prescription and we will tailor-make a treatment plan for you. Speak to your doctor or practice nurse. Or, to arrange a telephone consultation with an NHS Surrey smoking cessation specialist, call 0845 602 3608. More local information here at surreyquit.net
Suture removal - our practice nurses undertake post-operative suture and clip removals for patients who are up and about. If you are housebound, please contact the district nurses who will be able to visit you at home.
Vaccinations - childhood immunisations, routine and travel vaccinations for all ages are available during surgery times by appointment with our practice nurses. Flu clinics start in October. "At risk" patients are also offered the pneumonia jab.
Vascular Clinic - our Practice Nurses regularly review patients with cardiovascular disease, such as angina and stroke, to monitor blood pressure and lifestyle factors and to make sure that all blood tests are up to date. We recommend annual check-ups and will call you in for these to be done.
Warfarin monitoring - we have a near-patient testing warfarin service, which means you will have your blood tested an analysed on the spot! You will leave your appointment with a print-out of your dosage regime and an appointment to return for the next test.
Minor illness -Judith is our minor illness nurse and runs an express clinic every morning. Come and see her if you are over 1 year old with a cough, cold, sore throat, sticky eyes, infected wound or urinary tract infection.