We have a selection of appointments.....
Pre Bookable Appointments
On the Day Appointments
Please ask the receptionist for more information
Asthma/COPD Clinic By Appointment with LornaMinor Ailments Clinic
By Appointment with Alister
Minor Surgery ClinicFriday 3pm - 4pm. weekly
Child Immunisation Friday 2 – 3pm weekly
Child Health Surveillance Tuesday 2 – 3pm weekly
Diabetic Mini Clinic Tuesday morning fortnightly
Midwife Led Clinic Monday from 2pm weekly
Other Clinics include:
Available on request – the practice offers health checks to any patient not seen in the previous three years and for those over 75 years old.
Specimens to be sent to the laboratory should be handed into reception before 12 noon. It is vital that the correct containers are used. These are available from reception.
The results of most tests can be given over the telephone. Please phone after 12 noon. Results will only be given to the patient unless they are for a child under 12 years or the practice already holds a signed consent letter.
If you wish to discuss a confidential report in private, please let the receptionist know. The Practice Manager will be happy to assist you.
Condoms are available for Practice patients free of charge.
Please ask to make an appointment with Fiona our HCA (Health Care Assistant) or call into the surgery and ask to see her.
This service is available Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday mornings.
Please select the links below for more information....
Sexually Transmitted Infections
Community Workers - Home Start/Pre school education are running a Cafe for Patients with babies under 4 months old or about to have a baby. You will be able to meet other mums and have some fun.
Refreshments will be available on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of every month.
Contact your Health Visitor or Midwife for more information on 01592 719012
This is a free service available for anyone living in Kennoway and Windygates
Please click the link below to view the local recovery clinics and mobile harm reduction units. Anyone wishing help for their alcohol and/or drug problem may attend any of the Open Access Recovery Clinics or mobile unit sessions in the links below.
We have two clinics a week for patients that require warfarin monitoring. recently we processed an audit to see how we were doing and if the patients liked the service. the results were
Patient involvement Reporting Form
A Questionnaire for warfarin users was given to all INR Patients that attend the surgery to get there INR results. There were 30 results collated in total, giving us a positive response to the audit.
The biggest comment returned to us was that there was not a requirement to change our process or involve patients any further in their results. Most of the responses were positive and high in scores. Patients on the whole were happy with the clinics, the service and the way results were given.
Even though we had a positive response to the audit, there were one or two areas that had some low marks. The over all score was high but for Patient care and continuing development of the service we are looking into them. E.g. one or two patients felt that they did not having enough information about their medication. This comes in a pack with the patients orange result book. The nurses are always happy to offer more advice when asked.
Some of the comments that were made about what matters most to you about your warfarin care?
v Good results
v Satisfaction in every aspect, Good service at Nurses/Doctors
v Continuity x 2
v That nothing goes wrong x 2
v It is done in practice on the same day x 2
v Get my results regularly or when needed and keeps a record of it.
v First class attention, regular appointments as required, on the spot results efficiency of staff and friendly approach.
v Health care team are there if needed
v Side effects
v Keeping bloods in check
v Same day service, results and knowing what does to take.
v Attention given by nurses
v Excellent care provided by the surgery
We will be keeping these comments in mind when looking at the services we offer to our patients.
** Where two or more injections are required at once, these should ideally be given in different limbs. Where this is not possible, injections in the same limb should be given 2.5cm apart.
The Meningitis C vaccination will be introduced during the 2013/14 academic year and the vaccine supplied will depend on the brands available at the time of ordering
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