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Respiratory Clinic

asthma_inhaler5These are run every Tuesday afternoon at the main surgery. Patients with asthma (including children) and chronic chest problems will be sent appointment either yearly (in the month of their birth) of six monthly in between. We also regularly recall patients with chest problems by sending written appointments. If you receive a suggested appointment time but are unable to keep it, please contact reception so a more convenient time can be arranged.

Asthma clinics are run by our Nurse Practitioners, Clinical Pharmacist and Assistant Practitioners with special training in chest problems. We have specialised diagnostic equipment and a range of theraputic devices so we can accurately diagnose problems and supply medication / devices suited to individual needs. Visit the National Asthma Campaign's website.

St Catherine's Surgery Respiratory Lead is Sister Nicky Ingram

Diabetes Clinic

4 out of 5 diabetic patients on St Catherine's list are now cared for by our surgery diabetic clinic. Patients should make an annual appointment in the month of their birth, and a six monthly check up in between.  At each appointment you will be given a blood test form for use prior to your next appointment. Open the link above to learn more about our services. Visit the Diabetes UK (formally the British diabetic Association) website.

Patients annual reviews will be undertaken by our Assistant Practitioners, and Dr Wilson (Wednesday Afternoon) or ANP Liz Bull (Friday Afternoon),  While our Six Monthly reviews will be undertaken by the Practice Nurses and Assistant Practitioners.

St Catherine's Surgery Diabetic Leads are Dr Graham Wilson and ANP Mrs Liz Bull

Heart Health Clinic

heart_and_stethescope_2Patients known to have ischaemic heart disease (angina and/or previous heart attack)are invited to attend this  annual clinic run from St Paul's.

Patients should make their annual appointment in the month of their birth.  This can be done by phoning the main reception. No appointments will be sent from the practice. At each appointment, patients will be given a blood test form for their next appointment.  Duplicates can be requested from reception.

The clinic is run by an assistant practitioner and Dr Wilson/ANP Liz Bull. Patients need to arrange to have their blood tests, including cholesterol level, prior to the clinic so we have the maximum information on which to look at treatment options with. We have recently publish a Patient Charter on Long Term Conditions clinics, which can be found on the front page of this website.

For further information on ischaemic heart disease and over heart conditions use the link to the British Heart Foundation ...

St Catherine's Surgery Heart health Leads are Dr Graham Wilson and ANP Mrs Liz Bull


Maternity Services

Nikki Hennel our midwife, provides Antenatal care, Antenatal parentcraft classes and she visits mothers in their homes after delivery of their babies.  She will also come and see you at home during early pregnancy.

We offer a shared care maternity service with our midwife Carolyn Plumb, who can be contacted on 01242 272318. 

Other services

In addition to these services, the Primary Health Care Team undertake many other health related activities and have access to modern diagnostic equipment such as audiometer, ECG, spirometer, 24 hour blood pressure monitor, sonic-aid etc., please ask any member of the team for help.


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