Dr Ali, Dr Lowe and the health visitors are responsible for the eight-week baby developmental checks and first immunisations. The clinic also allows an opportunity to discuss other relevant problems e.g. sleeping, feeding and child health worries.
Follow-up immunisation clinics
These are run by our practice nurses on Wednesdays by appointment. These will be issued by invitation by the Immunisation Clerk.
Asthma and COPD clinic
This is a weekly clinic run by a practice nurse trained in asthma management. Monitoring of asthma/COPD drugs is carried out as well as inhalation techniques, peak flow readings and spirometry if required. Please make an appointment through the receptionist.
This is a weekly clinic run by a practice nurse trained in diabetic management. In the clinic, the results of your routine blood tests will be available for discussion, urine and blood pressure tests are undertaken, and diet and lifestyle advice given. You will be contacted by the practice during the month of your birthday to make two appointments - the first for your blood tests and the second approximately two weeks later for your appointment with the nurse. Please make your appointments through the receptionists.
Blood pressure review clinics
Patients on medication for raised blood pressure (hypertension) should see the practice nurse and doctor (on an alternate basis) every six months, once the medication is controlling the blood pressure. Please make an appointment through the receptionist or, alternatively, make your appointment with the healthcare assistant.
Please book an appointment to see the practice nurse through the receptionist.
New Patient Screening Clinic
All new patients who register with our practice need to attend for blood pressure and urine screening, height and weight checks and alcohol and smoking status. Please make an appointment with the treatment room receptionist for a new patient screen when first joining the practice.
Our Practice Nurse Alison Draper can see patients who need advice about contraception. Please ask at Reception for details.
These are run by our practice nurses by appointment only. The clinics are held in the nurses' treatment room. Please make an appointment through the treatment room receptionist.
All the recommended vaccines are given from two months of age until school leaving age. (The first vaccination is given at the eight-week baby clinic.)
An influenza vaccination is particularly recommended for patients with heart, lung, kidney disease or diabetes and residents of nursing and residential homes. This vaccination is also recommended for all patients aged 65 years and over. From September each year, details of vaccination dates and appointments can be obtained from reception staff.
This is available all the year round for patients with chronic breathing and heart problems, those who have had splenectomies and other at-risk patients.
The midwives are available for the antenatal clinic on Wednesdays.
Leg ulcer Clinic
For leg ulcer dressings please contact (0161) 426 9636.
This service is for all Ear syringing or removal of sutures, dressings and change of dressings, that have been applied following a hospital procedure. This is by appointment only. For the Dressing Clinic situated within the premises of Bramhall Health Centre please phone (0161) 426 9636 for appointments and details of clinic times.
The Orthoptist undertakes children's eye clinics every Monday morning. The appointments are booked by the Clinic Administrator on (0161) 426 9232
Please remember to use their direct telephone number and please do not try to access this clinic through the practice switchboard as we are unable to transfer you. The booking centre for the Dressing Clinic is based elsewhere and is manned by PCT staff.