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We offer a range of clinics at both surgeries run by our Practice Nurses and Primary Health Care Team: 

  • pregnant3Antenatal Care 
  • Contraception, including IUDs / Coils / Implants 
  • Child Health Surveillance / Childhood Immunisations
  • Nurse led clinics for smears & pill checks
  • Nurse led Chronic Disease review clinics
  • Nurse led Well Women/Well Man clinics
  • Dietician
  • Minor Surgery
  • Mental Health
  • Travel Health Clinic (based at Causeway)
  • NHS Health Checks (click for more info)
  • 24 hour Blood Pressure Monitoring (based at Causeway) 
  • ECG
  • Stop smoking
  • HIV Testing

Dr Ravi holds a regular  Minor Surgery Clinic at Causeway Medical Centre for routine procedures including: 

  • Joint & soft tissue injections,   (for inflammatory conditions of joints, tendons or soft tissue including arthritis & tendonitis, these can help reduce pain & improve movement, function & mobility)
  • Excision of skin lesions (moles, lipomas, sebacious cysts etc)
  • Incision & drainage of boils/infected cysts


*we do not carry out minor surgery procedures for cosmetic reasons.

Chaperones

If you would like a chaperone to be present during a consultation with a doctor for an examination of an intimate nature, this can be arranged. Where possible,  please let the receptionist know when you book your appointment. 

You may ask the doctor for a chaperone during your consultation, this can usually be arranged, if not you may make another appointment and  'book'  a chaperone.

The doctor or nurse may sometimes decide that it is appropriate to have a chaperone in attendance during your consultation or examination, they will always  discuss this  with you first and seek your agreement.

 

 

 

 
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