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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

Dr Kearley-Shiers has recently qualified to fit coils which has enabled us to offer this as a new service to patients.

  • 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.

Community Clinics for lower leg wounds at the Withywood Centre

A weekly community clinic has been set up at the Withywood Centre for people with lower leg wounds.  During the clinics, patients can receive compression therapy or other lower leg treatments, with support from our friendly nurses and volunteers, whilst enjoying a cup of tea and socialising with other people experiencing the same condition. To support the initiative, Bristol Ageing Better has commissioned Age UK Bristol to provide volunteer support and to arrange patient transport.

Patients can attend the clinic instead of their usual weekly appointment at the GP surgery. The clinic is being piloted for 12 months, beginningvApril 2017. It is organised by South Bristol Primary Care Collaborative and supported by Bristol Ageing Better.

 The clinics take place every Thursday morning from 09.30am in the Withywood Centre, with more to follow in Knowle at a later date. If you are interested in attending, please contact your GP practice nursing team to find out more.

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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