Harley Street Medical Centre Tel: 01782 212066
Staffordshire University Tel: 03001231765
Flu Clinics operate between the months of October and February. If you are eligible to receive a Flu vaccination then please contact the surgery to arrange a suitable appointment.
Our practice nurses will advise you on the recommendations for your chosen destination and arrange your vaccinations. Please make an appointment as soon as you book your holiday.
All routine developmental checks are carried out at the surgery by the doctors and practice nurse who will discuss the vaccination program with you.
The midwife will see you regularly at the surgery during your pregnancy, and will visit you at home after the birth. Please make your first appointment with the midwife at 8-10 weeks and ensure that you tell the receptionist that it is your first appointment. Your first appointment will take approximately an hour.
Please book in to see the Practice Nurses to discuss stopping smoking.
The practice nurses run these clinics comprising of a check-up and lifestyle advice.
We offer a full range of contraceptive services and sexual health advice. Two of our nurses are trained in contraception and can carry out pill checks, repeat depo-provera injections and provide emergency contraception advice. Pills to prevent a pregnancy can be taken up to 72 hours after unprotected sex, and are available from Chemists without an appointment.
Please note that coil fitting and removal cannot be done here at the surgery. You would need to call 0300 790 0165 to book in with one of the local outreach clinics. Coil strings can be checked here by Sister Roberts.
University students who are wanting to book an appointment for the Depo-provera contraceptive injection will need to inform the receptionist that this is what the appointment is for, so that we do not book these incorrectly.
Disease Management Clinics
Regular reviews of patients with asthma, diabetes and other long-term illnesses are carried out by our practice nurses. You will usually be called in for an appointment during your birthday month.
We offer this service to over 65s, or ill patients who cannot attend the local outreach clinics. Blood tests can only be booked before 11am and cannot be done on a Saturday.
Please call after 10am to enquire about your test results, as our reception staff will have more time to deal with your request between these times. Call one of the main surgery numbers (01782 212066, 206866, 206566, 212305) and choose option three from the main menu.
Note that the practice has a strict policy regarding confidentiality and data protection, and we will only release test results to the person to whom they relate, unless that person has given prior permission for the release of this data or they are not capable of understanding the results.
When you take your test you will be told how long it will be before the results are returned to the practice.
It is your responsibility to check your results and to make an appointment to discuss them with your doctor if your are advised to do so.
Harley Street Medical Centre is a training practice with close ties to Keele University Medical School. We train junior doctors, those who have recently qualified and those wishing to be GP's. A lot goes on "behind the scenes" with respect to teaching, training, mentoring and assessing, and this is organised by the practice team.
From a patients perspective what does all this mean? The qualified Dr in training (trainee) may be sitting in with your Dr or your Dr may be sitting in with the trainee!. You may be asked to be videoed on occassions . Remember with all of the above you can always say no to having any involvement with the trainees. The trainees are usually with the Practice for between 4 to 6 months and hence you will notice quite a turnover in Drs over the year. We hope you find the teaching and training status of the Practice acceptable and not a hinderance.
Baby vaccination clinics are held every Tuesday morning by our practice nurses, Sister Margaret Roberts and Sister Sarah Wood.
Please see the following link below on using paracetamol in babies to prevent and treat fever following the Men B vaccination.
Using Paracetamol To Prevent Or Treat Fever In Babies, Following the MenB Vaccination
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