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Mayfield Surgery246 Roehampton LaneRoehamptonLondon, SW15 4AATel: 020 8780 5650
We recommend that patients with long term diseases, such as Diabetes, Asthma and heart disease are seen regularly so we can monitor their condition. Our specially trained nurses can see you in their clinics.
We recommend that all women between the age of 25 and 65 years have regular cervical smears. Also that those over 50 years take up the invitation for Breast screening every 3 years.
For urgent appointments, you required to undertake a symptom assessment through Doctorlink. To access the online symptom checker, you will need to register using the following Doctorlink Link
The symptom checker will ask you a number of questions to help to identify your problem. The outcome of your assessment will direct you to the right treatment, whether emergency care, your GP, nurse or self care.
If your outcome indicates that an appointment is required at the Surgery you will need to click on the request appointment link.
Once the request has been submitted, you will then be contacted by the practice team, to arrange an appointment within the identified time frame (the appointment time frame will show in the outcome of your symptom checker).
The information you provided in the symptom checker will be shared with our clinical team (where appropriate) and will assist in providing them with the information of your problem prior to your appointment.
Register for Doctorlink by Clicking Here
Any doctor and also our nurse can see you for advice about contraception, including emergency contraception. We can fit and remove contraceptive coils at the surgery.
You can now self-refer as soon as you know that you are pregnant to hospital of your choice. filling out your sefl referral promptly, will ensure you receive maternity care that takes into account all your health needs and preferences.
From 8 weeks of pregnancy or within 2 weeks of your referral you can expect to receive two appointments.
Your 'booking assessment' appointment with a midwife
An ultrasound scan appointment
Antenatal and preconception advice is available at the surgery. We will provide care throughout the pregnancy, arrange for your delivery in hospital and carry out a post-natal check 6 weeks after delivery. A double appointment is recommended for antenatal check ups.
Your newborn baby should be brought in for a check up with the doctor when he/she is 8 weeks old. This check up also includes their 1st immunisations which the practice nurse will administer.
Please note 8 week immunisations can not be given without baby having their 8 week check with the GP first.
We typically have appointments on Monday afternoons with Dr Bloch and our practice nurse to accomodate this, but occasionally other days are available. It is important to take your baby to the SureStart Roehampton Clinic to be weighed less than a week before the appointment and also to bring your baby's red book with you.
If you are going abroad for any length of time it is wise to seek advice on which vaccinations and any health measures needed.
Some treatment courses need to be given over several months, so you must contact the surgery 8 weeks before you are due to travel. If you leave it later than 8 weeks to contact us we will endeavour to find out what immunisation you need but we cannot guarantee we will be able to give the vaccinations and you will be asked to go to a commercial travel clinic. There is a charge of £10.00 per person for vaccine certificate.
A counsellor attends our surgery regularly and appointments can be made after consultation with the doctor.
Our doctors can also offer a referral to the Big White Wall programme. It is a website which is completely anonymous, offers 24 hour 7 day a week access to feedback from counsellors online and forums which some people find helpful to chat with others regarding various problems from stress and anxiety to mild depression. Please book an appointment with any doctor for further information.
Please telephone for results only between 2.00 and 4.00pm using the enquiries line.
You will be advised at the time of your test which day to call, but please understand that delays do sometimes occur.
Test results can only be given to the patient concerned.
So you have tried to give up smoking and just cannot seem to quit?
Why is it so hard to give up smoking?
Sometimes you just need a bit of suppport and help in giving up - that is why Mayfield Surgery offers a smoking cessation service for our patients.
Contact us on 0208 780 5770 to arrange
an appointment with David
This could be
the start of a new healthier you!
We have a clinic at the Surgery which specialises in seeing patients with Long Term Health Conditions.
This clinic is designed to focus on a patient's particular needs based on their particular health conditions.
Patients will be invited to attend a 30 minute appointment with a GP.
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