Medical Clinics and Nursing Services
The practice nurses provide supporting services to the doctors by running their own clinics. Details of regular clinic sessions are available at reception.
Nurse-led clinics include:
• Cardiac clinics for the monitoring of patients with coronary artery disease
• Hypertension clinics for the monitoring and treatment of hypertension
• Well woman and well man checks for advice on health matters, including self-examination
• Blood tests requested by the doctor
• Family planning and cervical smears
• Menopause/HRT clinic: regular weekly sessions
• Epilepsy: advice and monitoring
• Asthma/respiratory care and pulmonary disease management
• Diabetes control and care
• Immunisations: routine immunisation for children and adults, and for overseas travel. It is recommended to book your travel appointment at least 4 weeks before your departure date.
Other Specialised Clinics
There are a number of clinics held at Kenmore that you can either book yourself into or be referred to by a Doctor on the NHS or privately.
||Specialising in Neurosurgery, Orthopaedic and Hips/Knees
||Hearing Tests and fitting of aids
||New or ongoing treatment
Physiotherapists provide specialised treatment for conditions affecting muscles and the skeleton . You can now self refer to a triage and assessment service without the need to see a GP. (Please go to the following link to the Eastern Cheshire CCG website for the latest self referral form).
Smoking Cessation Support
Smoking Cessation support is offered by Well Pharmacies and Rowland's Pharmacies. For general enquiries you can ring FREEPHONE - 0800 085 8818.
Immunisation and Travel Advice
Routine immunisations required within the UK, eg tetanus and polio, can be given by appointment at nurses' general clinics.
Regular health clinics are run by the nurses. Here they give advice on aspects of healthcare for people planning to travel overseas, but note that appointments should be made well in advance of proposed travel. A charge may be made for some vaccines given at these. As appointments for these clinics at short notice may not be available, patients urgently requiring vaccines may be advised to contact local commercial travel advice clinics.
Eastern Cheshire Clinical Commissioning Group Services
Several services are provided by independent providers, funded by the ECCCG. These health professionals work as part of our extended primary care team. These treatments are available only on referral by doctors for specific services, such as:
||Chiropody (High risk patients only)
||Community Psychiatric Nurse
The practice uses the computerised NHS e-Referral system. Under this system the Doctor or Nurse Practitioner referring you will discuss your referral with you and offer you a choice of hospitals. You will be then given details so that you can make your appointment yourself on a day and at a time that suits you.
These are for services provided by the Practice that are not covered within the contract with the NHS, for which charges are made. They include:-
|Private Medical Certificates
||Insurance and Legal Reports
||DVLA Fitness to drive Reports
||“To whom it may concern” letters
|Completing Private Medical Claim Forms
||Holiday cancellation claim forms
||Fitness to Travel Certificate
||Power of Attorney
||Life Insurance Proposal
Please allow 14 days for the completion of these forms/letters.
Details of the charges, which are updated annually in line with BMA recommendations, are displayed on the noticeboard on the right of the Reception desk and on Private Charges page