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Travel Clinic

i. The Practice can provide polio, tetanus, diphtheria, typhoid, cholera and hepatitis A vaccines at no charge
ii. The Practice cannot provide hepatitis B, meningitis ACWY, yellow fever, rabies, Japanese encephalitis, tick borne encephalitis vaccines or malaria tablets (not available on the NHS)
iii. Appointments can be made with our Practice Nurses to discuss and plan your travel vaccinations. If possible you should arrange this appointment at least two months before you are due to travel. You will firstly be booked for a telephone consultation with a Practice Nurse to ascertain what vaccines are required then booked for a routine appointment if deemed appropriate.

Anti-coagulation Clinic

Patients who are taking Warfarin tablets can have their blood tested and their dosage adjusted here in the Practice rather than go to the hospital. Please ask reception for details of when the clinics are held.

Postnatal and Baby Checks

We offer a 6-week mum and new baby check with one of the doctors from the Practice; we will contact you with an appointment date when you are due to come in. We also offer and recommend all routine childhood immunisations.

Contraception and Sexual Health

We offer most forms of contraception. The Practice Nurses can advise on all contraceptive problems and start patients on contraception. The Practice also provides the Intrauterine Contraceptive Device (coil) fittings or removals.

Urgent Care Plan – The Practice can undertake the Urgent Care Plan to assist patients in palliative care or with major health risks to share their UCP with other healthcare professionals digitally.

Social Prescribing Service

The Hackney Social Prescribing Service will assess a patient’s needs and help to facilitate them into local community-based services, e.g. lunch clubs, gardening groups, benefits advice and exercise groups. If this interests you, please discuss this with your doctor.