Lister House Surgery Tel: 01332 271212
Oakwood Medical CentreTel: 01332 271212
24 September 2014 update
We have been informed by the Department of Health that a delivery restriction is affecting the NASAL FLUENZ this year
You may have received a text message or letter regarding this.
This means that the vaccines for at risk children who have received a letter will not be available until 11th October 2014
We therefore request that you bring your at risk children (those who have received their letters) to the clinics at
Lister House Surgery on 11th October from 8am - 2pm
Oakwood Medical Centre on 11th October from 8am-12pm
Thank you for your co-ooperation.
MINOR ILLNESS CLINICS
We have specially trained nurses who are able to offer advice, see and treat patients with minor illness.
If you or any of your family are suffering from any of the following illnesses book an appointment at reception.
Patients are seen by the midwives at the clinics by appointment and also by the doctors during normal surgery hours.
The asthma clinics are overseen by Sister Julie Watts alongside Practice Nurses Hayley Crowther, Reena Rasauda and Becky Randall. Appointments are available during surgery hours. Please discuss with our reception staff. FAMILY PLANNING
Our contraceptive care lead nurse is Hayley Crowther, and services are provided by all the doctors and by the practice nurses. Some nurses and doctors are also trained to fit the contraceptive coil and implant. Please discuss with our reception staff for further details.
The doctors carry out minor surgical procedures by appointment and the doctors will be happy to advise you on this.
The diabetic clinic is run by Nurse Marion King and Practice Nurses Sharon Love and Reena Rasauda at Lister House and Oakwood. Appointments are available during surgery hours.
DRUG MISUSE CLINIC
The Drug Misuse clinic is run on a Tuesday afternoon by either Dr Peter Moss with the help of Sallie Winters who is a drug support worker from the Bradshaw clinic .This clinic provides assistance for patients who have stabilised on treatment and new patients requiring help with opiate as well as other drug dependent problems.
TRAVEL IMMUNISATIONS AND VACCINATIONS
Nurse Marion King is the Practice Lead for Travel Advice. You can use this website to submit details of your plans for travel. You should then contact the surgery a week later to find out what vaccinations/anti-malarial medications are advised, and to book your appointment with the Practice Nurse if needed.
Please make an appointment with one of our practice nurses at least eight weeks in advance of your holiday to ensure adequate cover. A charge will be made for certain immunisations/vaccinations not covered by the NHS; a list of charges is held at reception. We are also an authorised yellow fever vaccination centre.
CHOOSE WELL: YOUR GUIDE TO LOCAL SERVICES
Phlebotomy (Blood) Clinics
Please note that children under 16 can only attend certain blood clinics, so please check carefully before attending with them.
Information on local blood clinics (Peartree Clinic, Coleman Health Centre, Derby Walk-in-Centre, Village Medical Centre etc) is available from Reception. A link to the Derby Hospitals phlebotomy site can be found below.
We can offer a limited number of blood tests at both sites.
If you are a registered patient at Lister House Surgery, Derby or Oakwood Medical Centre, please contact us as soon as you book your holiday, as to give protection against some diseases requires a course of vaccinations given over a few weeks.
Please complete one of our travel questionnaires (available by clicking on the Travel questionnaire link below).
You should then contact the surgery on 01332 271212 a week later to find out what vaccinations/anti-malarial medications are advised, and to book your appointment with the Practice Nurse if needed.
Please note that not all travel vaccinations are free, and they are only provided for our Registered Patients.
If you need to make an appointment with the practice nurse to discuss your travel arrangements, this will include discussions about which countries and areas within countries you are visiting to determine what vaccinations/ anti-malarial medication are required. There is further information about countries and vaccinations required on the links below:
NEW SHINGLES VACCINE
A new vaccine to prevent shingles, a common, painful skin disease, is going to be offered to people aged 70-79.
PLEASE NOTE: The vaccination will initially ONLY be available to those patients whose birthdays are between 02.09.1942 - 01.09.1943, and those born between 02.09.1933 – 01.09.1934.
A rolling programme will follow to ensure that all 70-79 year olds who were born between 02.09.1934 and 01.09.1942 are vaccinated.
Invitations will be sent to those people who require the vaccine.
PLEASE DO NOT CALL US TO REQUEST A VACCINATION
PLEASE DO NOT CALL US TO REQUEST A VACCINATION
If you need an emergency dentist you can visit Coleman Street Emergency Dentist Service by appointment.
Coleman Street, Derby, DE24 8NH
01332 861 190 for an appointment
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