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Church Street Surgery30 Church StreetDunoon, PA23 8BGTel: 01369 702772
In addition to essential medical services the practice also provides the following additional services
Full contraceptive service (including coils) – see Practice nurse or GP.
Maternity services – Care is shared between GP and midwives at Dunoon General Hospital.
Child Development/Immunisations – Immunisations are carried out by the practice nurse. A full list of child immunisations can be found at Child Immunisations NHS Scotland
Diabetes Clinic - This clinic provides diabetic review for all diabetic patients.
Asthma Clinic - All patients suffering from asthma are advised to attend this nurse led clinic
Minor Surgery – We offer a minor surgery service.
New Patient Registration – All new patients will be given an appointment with the practice nurse for a brief examination including a urine check. Information will be requested on previous health and immunisations. Advice will be offered on diet, exercise and smoking cessation. In addition patients on regular medication will be given an appointment to discuss their care with a doctor.
Elderly Patients – Those over 75 years of age are invited to see the doctor or practice nurse annually for a general health and wellbeing check.
Travel Clinic – We offer free travel advice however some vaccination charges may apply, see Fees and charges tab. Make an appointment with the practice nurse, ideally 12 weeks before travel.
Non-NHS Services – Medical examinations for special purposes may be undertaken by appointment. Medical certificates for insurance, passports etc. can be provided. All non-NHS services carry a fee.
Podiatry- Patients can self refer to the podiatry department, located at Cowal Community Hospital, by completing a form and handing it in to the hospital. The forms can be collected from either the hospital or from Church Street Surgery.
Physiotherapy- Patients can self refer to Physiotherapy. This service is run by the Musculoskeletal Assessment & Triage Service (MATS). To make a self referral please contact: 0800 917 9390.
We recommend several health checks in order to detect unsuspected disorders early:
Cervical smears - women between 25-64 should have a cervical smear every three years and women over the age of 50 should have a cervical smear every five years. Younger women may require more regular smears.
Screening mammograms - women between 50-65 will be offered these every three years.
Pre-conception advice - immunity to German measles should be checked and folic acid supplements started before a pregnancy if possible. Smoking and alcohol are harmful in pregnancy and should be avoided. It is particularly recommended that women with ongoing health problems such as epilepsy, heart disease and renal disease seek medical advice prior to pregnancy as this can help prevent problems for both mother and baby.
Blood Pressure - All adults should have their blood pressure checked every five years. Avoid smoking, excessive alcohol and reduce salt intake. Smoking cessation help is available.
Adult Immunisations - All adults should be immunised against tetanus.
Flu Vaccination - We recommend this annually for certain patients. Those with:
If in doubt whether you need it please ask. All of the above groups are invited to attend.
Pneumococcal vaccination - All of the above at risk groups should be considered for a single dose of pneumovax. This is only required once.
Laboratory test results generally take 3 days unless you've been informed otherwise.
Results of laboratory tests can be obtained by calling the Surgery after 1pm on 01369 702772 or 01369 703482