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Under NHS guidance all appointments will now be by phone. Your GP or Nurse will call you around the time of your appointment and manage all they can over the phone. Please DO NOT come to the surgery unless they ask you to.  Thank you.  

  • Bristol City Council – #wearebristol coronavirus hotline

 

0800 694 0184 – Monday – Friday 8.30 – 17.00

 

Bristol City Council have set up - The We Are Bristol support phone number – 0117 352 3011 – went live yesterday, and will offer support to residents across the city.

 

Call handlers will be available initially during office hours (8.30am-5pm, Monday to Friday) to provide support for people with a wide range of needs, including obtaining food supplies, other essential items and medication. They can also help arrange follow-up support with different organisations.

 

Clinics & Services

Practice Nursesscope_aple_heart

Our nurses can be seen by appointment for the following:

    • Chronic Respiratory Illness
    • Diabetes
    • High Blood Pressure
    • Heart Disease Screening
    • Weight loss and healthy eating 
    • Smoking Service
    • Sexual Health
    • Coil fit/removal
  • Cervical Smears

Please call 0117 3015226/7

Treatment Room

The treatment room nursing staff take blood  samples, dress wounds and run various clinics by appointment. Contact  0117 3015310.

Blood Clinics 

Until further notice you will need to make an appointment with Reception to make an appointment for bloods to be taken.  Do not  drop in.

We will still offer daily clinics at the times shown but you MUST BOOK and appointment:

Mon - Fri   08.30 - 10.15

Tues, Wed  & Thurs 13:30 - 14:45

Wed 16:45 -18:00

Other Services

Podiatry (Chiropody) - provide care for foot problems and can be contacted on 0117 3015200.

Physiotherapy, chiropractic care and drug counselling are available after referral from your doctor.

 
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