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Clinics are held on Thursday mornings by Dr. Rowan Brookes.
The practice provides a comprehensive range of family planning (contraceptive) services. Please feel free to discuss your needs with your doctor or a practice nurse.
To be effective, emergency contraception needs administering as soon as possible, up to a limit of 5 days, following an episode of unprotected intercourse. Please contact the surgery if you require advice.
Please allow 8 weeks prior to departure to start receiving your vaccinations
Here at Upton Village Surgery our Practice Nurses provide advice and interventions for travel health, including vaccinations and malaria prevention.
When travelling abroad and visiting areas where there are higher risks of contracting infectious diseases, travel vaccinations are available to offer protection for many of these diseases. Travel vaccinations will usually be required in addition to the vaccinations you receive in accordance with the UK vaccination schedule and some countries request certification to prove you have received certain vaccinations prior to allowing you entry to the country.
If you have recently booked a trip or a planning one, we recommend that you look at the following websites to familiarise yourself with general travel advice for the countries you are visiting. The websites will provide pertinent information on how you can keep safe and well during your trip, including vaccinations and malaria prevention (as appropriate).
As soon as you have booked your trip, please complete and submit the travel questionnaire (below) to inform the Practice Nurses of your travel plans. Once this is completed, the Practice will contact you to confirm whether vaccinations are recommended for your travel and arrange any appointments as necessary.
Sufficient time to receive your vaccinations for travel is very important. This is because you need to allow yourself adequate time after receiving the vaccination to develop immunity to the diseases. Additionally, some vaccinations you may require are completed in courses, where more than one dose required.
Some of the vaccinations that are available for travel are offered free of charge on the NHS. These are:
The remainder of travel vaccinations and medication for malaria prevention do incur a charge over and above the normal prescription charge.
Provided by arrangement by Dr Inchley and Dr Sillitoe.
Please ask reception staff or a doctor for details.
Held at the surgery every Tuesday and Thursday, appointments are issued by the local Health Authority.
Boughton Health Centre: Monday 1-3:30pm
Kingsway Health Centre: Thursday 1:30-3:30pm
Dale Community Centre: 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month, 1-3pm.
All Maternity services are provided at Kingsway Children's Centre.
This clinic is run by the doctors and the health visitor. Appointments will automatically be sent at the appropriate ages.
The following Clinics are run by our Practice Nurses. Patients are routinely recalled for review.
The following clinics are held by the Healthcare Assistant on Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays.
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