Woodseats Medical Centre

0114 2850140

Clinics

Here you can find out the services and clinics we hold at our practice.

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Anticoagulation monitoring

Patients who are on Warfarin therapy require monitoring by regular blood tests to check their INR levels. This is done by the HCAs and Nurses.

Long term conditions

We hold various clinics to support patients in their management of their long-term condition (also referred to as chronic diseases). These include Asthma, Diabetes, COPD, CKD, Heart Failure, CVD, Rheumatoid ... [continue] Long term conditions

Maternity Care

We will share your care with the hospital staff and the community midwives. Reception will inform you how to contact Midwives once your pregnancy is confirmed and they will make ... [continue] Maternity Care

Mental health wellbeing services

Alongside the GP care for patients with mental health conditions, we have appointments available with a Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner. These are by referral from a GP.

Minor operations

Dr Joyce performs minor surgery/cryotherapy and will remove warts, moles etc.  You will need an initial assessment with a clinician before being placed on the waiting list for any procedures.

Post Natal and Child Health Surveillance

We provide 8-week postnatal checks at the surgery. At this appointment your baby will receive an assessment and their first course of immunisations and Mum received a full postnatal check-up ... [continue] Post Natal and Child Health Surveillance

Sexual health

We offer a wide variety of contraceptive services, women’s health and STD testing. Please speak to a member of the clinical team if you require these services.

Travel health

Stay safe and healthy abroad If you are travelling abroad you may need to be vaccinated. Please make an appointment with the practice nurse to discuss the vaccinations you will ... [continue] Travel health

Vaccinations

Routine and travel vaccinations for all ages are available during surgery times by appointment with our nurses. We run a flu jab clinic in late October. Ask at reception for further ... [continue] Vaccinations