Clinics

The Health Care Assistant is available for

  • NHS health checks
    • the check is for people who are aged 40 to 74 who do not have some pre-existing conditions
    • more information is available here
    • the service is currently suspended but feel free to call to check when it restarts
  • blood pressure
  • phlebotomy (blood test), if a doctor has requested one
  • adult weight measurement
  • advice regarding your diet and exercise
  • pre-diabetes and diabetes check
  • complex mental health physical health check 
  • immunisations against flu, shingles and pneumonia

The Practice Nurse is available for

  • any clinic also run but the healthcare assistant
  • contraceptive advice
  • adult and infant immunisations, including whooping cough booster for pregnant woman
  • wound care, dressings and removal of stitches
  • cervical smears
  • asthma and COPD check
  • learning disability check
  • injections of some medications

The Physiotherapist as available for all muscles and joints problems, for adults over 18 years old 

Our GPs have routine and urgent clinic but also see patients on a regular basis for

  • chronic condition reviews (diabetes, asthma, COPD, complex mental health)
  • 6-8 weeks baby clinic
  • post-natal check
  • care plans for vulnerable patients

The Pharmacist is available for 

  • medication reviews
  • medication request 

Our Smoking Cessation Adviser is here to support you. If you are a resident of Camden, she will signpost you to your local service.

Our Bengali Link Worker helps our Bengali patients to navigate the healthcare system.

We have another link worker to support all patients aged 35-70. Social prescribing supports people to have more control over their own health & wellbeing and to find ways to improve how they feel in a way that suits them. Patients will need a referral from a GP.

We have care navigator who support our frail and elderly patients, by reviewing them proactively and linking them with services they may need. 

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