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Clifton Medical CentreTel:
Wickersley Health CentreTel: 01709 363950
Clinics are held, with the Midwives, as follows:
Booking line number – 01709 424058
The doctors and practice nurses will advise you on a healthy lifestyle. We currently run Asthma, Heart Disease Prevention, Andrology, Weight Management and Diabetic Clinics.
Patients over 75 are entitled to request an annual consultation to assess any health care needs they may have.
The Health Visitors can be contacted by telephone on 01709 336498 between 9.00am and 10.00am.
They are based at the Place, Coleridge Road. An answering machine is in operation outside these times and calls are monitored regularly.
We provide child health surveillance and immunisations according to national and local guidelines.
This is done by a number of different team members:• 8 week baby checks are carried out by the doctors• Childhood immunisations are done by our practice nurses• Weighing monitoring and other health care checks are carried out by our health visitors. • Health visitors are no longer in attendance at baby clinic, see above for contact details• Appointments with nurses for immunisations will be made by Child Health, appointments will be received in the postFor more information on the Child Health and Immunisation Programme click here
Clifton Medical Centre runs a Clinical Trials Unit which is regulated under the NIHR ( National Institute for Health Research) and work with South Yorkshire and Humber Primary Care Research Network ( PCRN) to deliver the studies we are involved in.We have run several different studies over the last 8 years in Respiratory Care (Asthma and COPD), Diabetes, Obesity, Kidney disease, Psoriasis, Atrial Fibrillation, Cancer, Dementia, Unemployment, Osteo-porosis.Currently we are recruiting for the below studies and if you are interested in any of these studies please ring 01709-720193 and ask to speak to our research nurse Dale Carter.1. A study for anyone over the age of 65 to take a study drug in tablet form which willpotentially prevent you from getting a respiratory illness associated with a respiratoryinfection.2. A study for anyone who has had a heart attack or a stroke , and to take a study drug in injection form which could potentially reduce your risk of having another event by at least 25%.3. A Type 2 Diabetes study to potentially help with your Diabetes control and weight loss, study drug is in an injection form.4. A study drug in the form of an injection for Teenagers to potentially help with weight loss.
Please contact our reception team who will be pleased to assist you with accessing this service.
If you do not speak English, or if you are deaf, hard of hearing, or deaf/blind, you can have interpretation services provided for you at no charge. Tell the person helping you that you need an interpreter.
For advice re smoking cessation, Losing weight, and healthy eating, reducing alcohol, getting more active, NHS Health Check go to: https://www.gethealthyrotherham.co.uk/About-Us"
Please read our travel policy and print off the assessment form
Travel policy and travel risk assessment form
Most of the services we provide are funded by our NHS contract. There are, however, some services which are not funded and a private charge applies. A list is available at reception.
Some services provided are not covered under our contract with the NHS and therefore attract charges. Examples include the following:
The fees charged are based on the British Medical Association (BMA) suggested scales and our reception staff will be happy to advise you about them along with appointment availability.
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