The Old School SurgeryChurch StreetGreat BedwynWiltshire, SN8 3PFTel: 01672 870388
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If you think that you will be requiring travel vaccinations, please submit a travel assessment form ideally at least 6 weeks before you travel. Visit our Travel Vaccinations page for more information.
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The following is a list of the main services that we provide at The Surgery. Please do not hesitate to enquire with any of the staff or doctors should what you are looking for not be listed.
Normally carried out by the Doctor. You should expect to have at least an annual review of all of your medication. Please do ask the Doctor if you are unsure as to what particular tablets are for, or what they do. We wish to involve you as much as possible in the management of any ongoing conditions that you may have.
Can be carried out by the Practice Nurse or the Doctor. These tend to be longer than our normal 10 minute slots. It is very useful if you can bring your inhalers and a peak flow diary if you keep one to your appointment.
If you are diabetic it is very important that you have regular check-ups with the Nurse and the Doctors. We will normally advise you when checks are required. You will also be accepted into the Digital Retinal Screening Programme and be invited for an annual check- This service is currently commissioned through the local CCG (DESP programme) and the Screening Unit attend in Marlborough every few months at at The Maurice Suite in Marlborough Medical Practice in George Lane.
The Doctors and Nurse will be happy to provide advice and support on losing weight. You can monitor your own weight using the self test machine in the waiting area.
All women between the ages of 25- 64 will be called by Wiltshire Cervical Screening Programme:
25- 49 every 3 years and 50 – 64 every 5 years. Please make an appointment with the Practice Nurse when you have received your invite.
As soon as your Pregnancy is confirmed, the Doctor will refer you into the care of our Community Midwife- Libby Stone. She holds a weekly clinic at the Surgery every Wednesday afternoon, on a booked appointment basis. Libby works closely with the medical team at the Practice, to ensure that your pregnancy is a smooth as possible.
The Health Visitor visits the Surgery every 3rd Monday (afternoon) of each month. Her clinic is run on a booked appointment basis. This prevents lengthy waits which have been a feature in the past when we have held drop in clinics.
Confidential advice on contraception including emergency contraception can be obtained by seeing any of the Doctors at the Practice. To ensure complete confidentiality you will be seen in normal surgery hours- simply book a routine appointment with the Doctor, or if emergency contraception is required one of our emergency appointments that day. The Surgery does not currently carry out contraceptive implants, but these can be arranged for you at another local surgery if you wish, please ask for details.
Dr Paddon and Dr Woods are able to perform minor surgery procedures. GPs will advise you when they feel this is appropriate. A joint appointment with the Nurse and the Doctor is advised for these procedures.
This is a form of minor surgery, a freezing technique used in the treatment of verrucaes, skin tags and particular types of warts and moles.Genearllay, this clinic is run on Wednesday afternoons.
Our Practice Nurse Jane Marren , is a trained NHS Stop Smoking advisor, and is able to provide one to one counselling and support to help you 'kick the habit'.Please either speak with your Doctor or contact reception if you would like help in giving up.
If the Doctor feels that your symptoms require further investigation, he/she may refer you to see a hospital consultant.
Under the ‘ Choose and Book’ scheme, your referral is made electronically at the time of your consultation with your GP.
If you require any vaccinations relating to foreign travel you need to make an appointment with the practice nurse to discuss your travel arrangements. This will include which countries and areas within countries that you are visiting to determine what vaccinations are required.
There is further information about countries and vaccinations required on the links below
It is important to make this initial appointment as early as possible - at least 6 weeks before you travel - as a second appointment will be required with the practice nurse to actually receive the vaccinations. These vaccines have to be ordered as they are not a stock vaccine. Your second appointment needs to be at least 2 weeks before you travel to allow the vaccines to work.
Some travel vaccines are ordered on a private prescription and these incur a charge over and above the normal prescription charge. This is because not all travel vaccinations are included in the services provided by the NHS.
To help us offer the appropriate advice, please fill out the online form before coming to see the nurse.
When completing the Travel Questionnaire, please include details of all Areas that you are visiting for each country in the box relating to 'Any other relevant Information'
Download and complete our Yellow Fever Travel Form
Most services provided by the Surgery form part of our contract with the NHS, for which no charge applies. Listed below are a number of services which the Practice can provide on a private basis for which a fee applies.
Charges for Travel vaccinations, Yellow Fever and Malarial tablets can be found by clicking here. Payment for tablets is required at the time you order them, and for vaccines immediately after they are administered.
A number of services that we offer are subject to VAT- the current rate of VAT is 20%. In general VAT is not chargeable on areas where this protects, maintains or restores the health of an individual. VAT will be chargeable on items that primarily enable a third party to take a decision, e.g Pre-employment medical.
For a more detailed list please see the next tab.
The following list is of the main types of items that we are asked for from time to time, it is not exhaustive. If what you require is not listed, please contact Nicky Johnson or Donna Pais, detailing what it is that you require, and we will endeavour to get back to you with an indication of cost as quickly as possible.
Non NHS FEES
Vaccine and Tablet Fees for Travel
We accept payment via card, cash or cheque. We do not accept Amex
Last Revised: June 2017
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