We have a highly qualified physio available to treat acute conditions for the NHS. Information with regards your appointment can be found by contacting our Kingston Hill Branch. A Doctor review is required first.
Time: Appointments will be based at our Kingston Hill Branch – 020 8546 1407.
Routine antenatal check-ups are run by our qualified midwife. Antenatal care is shared between the doctor and the midwife.
Time: Fairfield site -Thursday Afternoon at Kingston Town Children’s Centre. Fairhill site- Wednesdays from 9.30 to 11 a.m.
Mother and Baby
A drop-in clinic for advice and weight checking. Vaccinations for all children which are extremely important are offered at the surgeries.Please refer to the red book and book with our nurses.
Time: Kingston Towns Children Centre,Villers Road, Wednesday mornings 0930 to 1200
Travel and Flu Vaccinations
Routine Travel vaccinations for all ages are available during surgery times by appointment with our nurses.Please fill print off,fill out and bring our Travel+Risk+Assessment+Form.pdf, prior to coming to your appointment.
We run a flu jab clinic in late October.All patients aged over 65 are entitled to a free flu jab on the NHS as are patients under the age of 65 in certain “at risk groups”.
Ask at reception for further information. All patients over the age of 65 should also have had a one off “pneumonia” vaccine—please ask the nurse for details.
Time: Mornings and Afternoons throughout the week at all 3 sites. Please telephone reception for details.
Regular check-ups and advice from practice nurses on lifestyle, inhaler techniques and medication.
Time: All Asthmatics will be written to in due course to attend for a yearly appointment. These are undertaken on all days during the week during routine nursing appointments.
Detailed look at diets, for those with concerns from chronic disease such as Diabetes or those who require a general review due to high cholesterol etc
Time: Please enquire about Appointment availability
Yearly review of all diabetics. All diabetics will be written to during the course of the year and advised to come in for their annual review with the practice nurse.
Time: A doctor and nurse will take a detailed look at your diabetic care on a yearly basis. You will be sent a letter when it is time to come to the practice for a review
C.O.P.D. (Chronic obstructive airways disease)
Yearly review of all COPD patients. These are undertaken by the practice nurse and all COPD patients will be contacted to ask them to book an annual review appointment.
Time: A nurse will review your condition on a yearly basis and amend any medicaiton accordingly. You will be sent a letter when it is time to come to the practice for a review.
General Nursing Clinics
There are also routine nursing clinics from Monday to Friday at all 3 sites. These are for routine dressings, phlebotomy (blood tests), leg ulcer checks, blood pressure checks etc. Please ask at receptionist to see who is the most appropriate healthcare professional to deal with your medical concern.
Time: Thoughout the week on all three sites.
Dr Foddy, one of the partners at the practice, has a special interest in skin conditions. They run a clinic at the Fairfield surgery on alternate weeks. By providing this service many patients can obtain a more detailed opinion of their condition without requiring waiting for an outpatient appointment at the local hospital.
Time: Once a month at the Fairfield Branch.
Dr Maylen at the Fairfield site have a special interest in Musculoskeletal Medicine and in particular joint injections. If your doctor thinks that this would be an appropriate treatment for your condition they will refer you on Dr Maylen for their opinion.
Time: Throughout the week as required at the Fairfield branch.
In response to our patient questionnaires, we now also offer evening appointments for patients. There are appointments until 8.00 pm on Mondays to Thursdays and until 6.30pm on Fridays. Please enquire at the reception for details– these appointments can be booked up to 4 weeks in advance and are ideally suited for commuters.
Time: Mon-Thur and Sat mornings
Sexual Health Clinics
Sexual Health is available throughout the week at all three sites however there are specific times run at the University from Mon to Fri. There are walk- in evening sexual health clinics at the University branch Monday and Thursday betwenn 6-8 pm for any one who wishes to attend.
Time: Please contact the specific site for an appointment.
This is run by Dr Maylen at the Fairfield Branch and consists of ear microsuction to remove wax.
Time: Once a Week.
Sports Medicine Clinics
This is run by Dr Maylen and one of our physiotherapists.
Time: Once a Week.