"Our aim is to improve the health and well-being of local people"
Our Teams are dedicated to your continued good health and approach your care with professionalism, discretion and friendliness. You can count on a warm welcome from everyone involved here at the Practice. We are supported by an excellent team of GPs, Advanced Practitioners, Practice Nurses, Healthcare Assistants, Healthcare Professionals, Managers, Administrative Staff and Receptionists.
Interested in joining our team? Keep an eye on our Job Vacancies section!
Abdul Majid - Practice Pharmacist
Our practice pharmacist supports our clinical team with issues regarding medication. At times our patients may be asked to discuss changes in their medication with our pharmacist at the request of a GP or Nurse Practitioner. This is to ensure patients are fully aware of the actions and benefits of the medication they are being asked to take. This may also occur if a consultant has requested a change to patient medication.
The community midwifery team provide a degree of continuity of care. In pregnancy they see you either at home or at a clinic. When you go into labour they are available for a home birth, or in a few places, they may come into the labour ward in the hospital to be with you. Once your baby is born, they’ll visit you at home for up to ten days after birth. Community midwives also provide postnatal care for women who have been looked after during labour by hospital midwives.
You can contact the Jade Team on 01274 783137
District Nursing Team
The District Nursing team hold daily clinics at Highfield Health Centre to enable mobile patients to attend. The nurses visit housebound patients who are elderly, physically disabled or terminally ill to provide support to them and their families. Patients are offered health promotion information with regards to incontinence, weight problems/diet and smoking.
You can contact the team on 01274 256131 (Single Point of Access)
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The Health Visitors Services Include: Antenatal, A visit for Mum and baby between 10 and 14 days after the baby is born, Six weeks assessment, also to offer Mum maternal mental health support, 3-4 month support visit for Mum and baby, 6-12 months development assessment for baby, 2 years review, Preschool review for the child, Support for parents with child development and child well being.
A well child health clinic is held on Thursday 9.30-11am (no appointment required.)
Please bring your child’s red book. Healthy Start Vitamins are available for collection.
Please be aware that we are a Teaching organisation and as such may have Student Nurses/Health Visitors with us when we visit at home or in clinic. If you do not wish to have students present at your appointment then please contact us in advance.
You can contact the team on 01274 221223 (Single Point of Access)
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