Surgery & Dispensary Hours Mon, Wed & Fri 08:00am– 6:00pm Tues & Thurs 08:00am– 5:00pm BUDBROOKE MEDICAL CENTRE Dr White Tuesday 8:00am-11:30am and 2:30pm– 5:00pm Wednesday 8:00am– 1:00pm Friday 10:00am-12:00pm Dr Brady Monday 8:30am– 11:00am and 2:00pm– 4:30pm Tuesday 8:30am– 12:30pm Thursday 9:00am-12:00pm and 2:00pm-5:00pm Friday 8:30am– 12:00pm Dr Sumra Monday 8:30am– 12:00pm and 3:00pm-6:00pm Wednesday 09:00am– 12:00pm and 2:00pm– 5:00pm Thursday 09.00am– 12.00pm and 2.30pm– 4.00pm Dr Penfold Monday 12:00pm– 6:00pm Tuesday 08:00am– 12:00pm Wednesday 3:00pm– 6:00pm Slade Hill, Hampton Magna, Warwick CV35 8SA Tel: 01925 403800 Fax: 01926 403855 www.budbrookemedicalcentre.co.uk
Surgery   Dispensary Hours Mon, Wed   Fri 08 00am    6 00pm Tues   Thurs 08 00am    5 00pm  BUDBROOKE MEDICAL CENTRE  Dr W...
About Us Welcome to Budbrooke Medical Centre in Hampton Magna. We hope that this leaflet will help to explain to you how our practice works and enables you to make the most of the service which are available to you. We are a small dispensing practice based solely in Hampton Magna. Dr Henry White is the Senior Partner of the practice. Supporting Staff Visit our Website The Surgery website is a most effective way of giving our patients access to help and the latest information 24 hours a day seven days a week. It contains complete information about all the services we offer. It also details how the practice is organised and introduces our doctors, other medical and administrative staff. You will find us at www.budbrookemedicalcentre.co.uk Useful Numbers Jennifer Creighton Practice Manager Age Concern Sarah Davies Assistant Practice Manager Reception/Admin Alcoholics Anonymous Sue, Lisa, Kristine Angela Medical Secretary Lisa & Amy Health Care Assistant Helen Amy, Sam and Sharon Dispensary Manager Dispensers Nurses Sally Bell Practice Nurse Joy Chand Practice Nurse Practice Area Our standard catchment area includes: Balsall Common, Barford, Beausale, Chadwick 0845 070 4004 Carers Direct 0800 802 0202 Coventry Hospital 024 76602020 Eating disorders 0845 634 1414 Macmillan 0808 808 2020 Midwives Meningitis 0808 800 3344 Out of Hours (NHS 111) 111 Pregnancy Advice Hatton Park, Honiley, Kenil- Shelter worth, Lapworth, Langley, Low- Samaritans Coventry Lindsey, Rowington, Sherbourne, 0845 769 555 Autism End, Claverdon, Hampton Magna, Hampton-On-The-Hill, Hasely, Hasely Knob, Hatton, sonford, Preston Bagot, Norton 0800 009 966 Warwick Hospital 0845 300 3737 0808 800 4444 024 7622 2550 01926 495321 Snittersfield, Shrewley, War- Out of Hours wick, Wasperton, Wilmcote, For Urgent Calls Outside Normal Hours Please Telephone 111 Wootton Wawen, Wroxall & Wolverton. The surgery number is available Monday to Friday, except bank holidays from 8.00am to 6.30pm. If you think that your problem cannot wait you should call the emergency surgery out-of-hours service by telephoning 111. Please remember that this service is for use in urgent situations that cannot wait until the surgery re-opens . If you have something minor such as a cough/cold your local pharmacy will be able to help you.
About Us Welcome to Budbrooke Medical Centre in Hampton Magna. We hope that this leaflet will help to explain to you how o...
About Us Welcome to Budbrooke Medical Centre in Hampton Magna. We hope that this leaflet will help to explain to you how our practice works and enables you to make the most of the service which are available to you. We are a small dispensing practice based solely in Hampton Magna. Dr Henry White is the Senior Partner of the practice. Supporting Staff Visit our Website The Surgery website is a most effective way of giving our patients access to help and the latest information 24 hours a day seven days a week. It contains complete information about all the services we offer. It also details how the practice is organised and introduces our doctors, other medical and administrative staff. You will find us at www.budbrookemedicalcentre.co.uk Useful Numbers Jennifer Creighton Practice Manager Age Concern Sarah Davies Assistant Practice Manager Reception/Admin Alcoholics Anonymous Sue, Lisa, Kristine Angela Medical Secretary Lisa & Amy Health Care Assistant Helen Amy, Sam and Sharon Dispensary Manager Dispensers Nurses Sally Bell Practice Nurse Joy Chand Practice Nurse Practice Area Our standard catchment area includes: Balsall Common, Barford, Beausale, Chadwick 0845 070 4004 Carers Direct 0800 802 0202 Coventry Hospital 024 76602020 Eating disorders 0845 634 1414 Macmillan 0808 808 2020 Midwives Meningitis 0808 800 3344 Out of Hours (NHS 111) 111 Pregnancy Advice Hatton Park, Honiley, Kenil- Shelter worth, Lapworth, Langley, Low- Samaritans Coventry Lindsey, Rowington, Sherbourne, 0845 769 555 Autism End, Claverdon, Hampton Magna, Hampton-On-The-Hill, Hasely, Hasely Knob, Hatton, sonford, Preston Bagot, Norton 0800 009 966 Warwick Hospital 0845 300 3737 0808 800 4444 024 7622 2550 01926 495321 Snittersfield, Shrewley, War- Out of Hours wick, Wasperton, Wilmcote, For Urgent Calls Outside Normal Hours Please Telephone 111 Wootton Wawen, Wroxall & Wolverton. The surgery number is available Monday to Friday, except bank holidays from 8.00am to 6.30pm. If you think that your problem cannot wait you should call the emergency surgery out-of-hours service by telephoning 111. Please remember that this service is for use in urgent situations that cannot wait until the surgery re-opens . If you have something minor such as a cough/cold your local pharmacy will be able to help you.
About Us Welcome to Budbrooke Medical Centre in Hampton Magna. We hope that this leaflet will help to explain to you how o...
Patients Rights The Team Patients with a problem considered medically urgent will be seen on the same day. The Doctors work closely with all the practice staff, nurses, district nurses and Patients will be provided with information about the services provided in the Prac- health visitors who are attached to our surgery. tice via the Practice booklet. Our Surgery Team consists of a practice manager, a team of receptionists and Protocols will be followed for the management of common chronic conditions when a secretary who endeavour to deal with requests as efficiently as possible. At appropriate. NHS treatment would be readily available locally when this is feasible. certain times of the day (especially early morning), the reception desk is particularly busy and delays may occur, although we try to minimise these as far as possible. If the Practice/patient relationship breaks down, patients have the right to register with another Practice. The Practice also has the right to remove that patient from their list. This would generally only follow a warning that had failed to remedy the situation and we would normally give the patient a specific reason for the removal. Patients Responsibilities  Patients should attend their appointments at the arranged time. If this is not possible they should notify the surgery as soon as is possible   Patients should be aware that individual appointments are for one person only dressings, health checks, cervical smears, ear syringing etc. Please make an appointment at reception. Our Community Midwives work in association with the Doctors, providing care during pregnancy and immediately afterwards. The attached Health Visitor, along with one of her colleagues will provide advice on health care, working mainly with families with small children. In particular they are involved in assessing the development of babies and young children, and ensuring that all are fully immunised. To contact them directly, phone 01926 497968. Requests for visits and advice during out of hours should be for true emergen- cies only  Our Practice Nurses provide a wide range of services including immunisation, Patients should be aware that home visits are made at the Doctors’ discretion Let us know if you move house or change your telephone number Texting messages Following feedback from our patient participation group we will be introducing text messages, reminding patients of their appointment. Please ensure we always have an up to date telephone number in your medical records if you would like to use this service along with your consent. Non NHS Service comes under Private Medical Services There may be some services that are not covered by the NHS, and a charge will be made for these. This includes private certificates, insurance claim forms, and fitness to drive medicals etc. Please ask at Reception for more information with regards to charged and where or not an appointment is needed with the Doctor. Discrimination Mobile Telephones Our Practice does not discriminate on the grounds of race, gender, social class, age, religion, disability or medical condition Please remember to switch off your mobile telephone when you are in the Sur- Federation gery for the comfort of the other patients. We are now part of South Warwickshire GP Federation along with 34 other practices to help improve the service to our patients.
Patients Rights  The Team  Patients with a problem considered medically urgent will be seen on the same day.  The Doctors ...
Patients Rights The Team Patients with a problem considered medically urgent will be seen on the same day. The Doctors work closely with all the practice staff, nurses, district nurses and Patients will be provided with information about the services provided in the Prac- health visitors who are attached to our surgery. tice via the Practice booklet. Our Surgery Team consists of a practice manager, a team of receptionists and Protocols will be followed for the management of common chronic conditions when a secretary who endeavour to deal with requests as efficiently as possible. At appropriate. NHS treatment would be readily available locally when this is feasible. certain times of the day (especially early morning), the reception desk is particularly busy and delays may occur, although we try to minimise these as far as possible. If the Practice/patient relationship breaks down, patients have the right to register with another Practice. The Practice also has the right to remove that patient from their list. This would generally only follow a warning that had failed to remedy the situation and we would normally give the patient a specific reason for the removal. Patients Responsibilities  Patients should attend their appointments at the arranged time. If this is not possible they should notify the surgery as soon as is possible   Patients should be aware that individual appointments are for one person only dressings, health checks, cervical smears, ear syringing etc. Please make an appointment at reception. Our Community Midwives work in association with the Doctors, providing care during pregnancy and immediately afterwards. The attached Health Visitor, along with one of her colleagues will provide advice on health care, working mainly with families with small children. In particular they are involved in assessing the development of babies and young children, and ensuring that all are fully immunised. To contact them directly, phone 01926 497968. Requests for visits and advice during out of hours should be for true emergen- cies only  Our Practice Nurses provide a wide range of services including immunisation, Patients should be aware that home visits are made at the Doctors’ discretion Let us know if you move house or change your telephone number Texting messages Following feedback from our patient participation group we will be introducing text messages, reminding patients of their appointment. Please ensure we always have an up to date telephone number in your medical records if you would like to use this service along with your consent. Non NHS Service comes under Private Medical Services There may be some services that are not covered by the NHS, and a charge will be made for these. This includes private certificates, insurance claim forms, and fitness to drive medicals etc. Please ask at Reception for more information with regards to charged and where or not an appointment is needed with the Doctor. Discrimination Mobile Telephones Our Practice does not discriminate on the grounds of race, gender, social class, age, religion, disability or medical condition Please remember to switch off your mobile telephone when you are in the Sur- Federation gery for the comfort of the other patients. We are now part of South Warwickshire GP Federation along with 34 other practices to help improve the service to our patients.
Patients Rights  The Team  Patients with a problem considered medically urgent will be seen on the same day.  The Doctors ...
Home Visits Our doctors typically see six patients in the Practice in the time that it takes to do a single home visit. For this reason, we ask out patients to come in to the Practice if at all possible where specialist equipment is available. However, we can visit you at home for those patients who are too ill or infirm to attend the Surgery. Please telephone the Surgery before 10.30 am if you think a home visit is necessary. The Doctor will then ring you during morning surgery to discuss your request. tion. Tick the items you require and hand it in either by hand to the Dispenser, into the collection box is in the entrance hall, or by Patient access online via our website. We have a Dispensary which means that when you are issued with a prescription by the doctor you can obtain your medication within 48 hours. Please allow for weekends and Bank Holidays. Some local Chemists do a collection service, as a patient this is your responsibility to get in contact with the Chemist and organise this. Repeat prescription requests will not be taken over the telephone as this can lead to mistakes. p and with other health care professionals to whom you are referred for care. Your data may be used by those clinical teams providing your care for the essential purpose of clinical audit. search. Data disclosed will be kept to the minimum required to serve the pur- Please keep the right-hand side of the form for when you require your next medica- p Confidential patient data will be shared within the practice health care team It may also be required for the broader purposes of public health and audit re- Repeat Prescriptions A Access to patient information pose and where necessary be anonymous before disclosure. Confidential and identifiable patient information will not be disclosed otherwise without explicit consent, unless;  It’s a matter of life and death or serious harm to you or to another individ- ual.  It’s overwhelmingly in the public interest to do so. There is a legal obligation to do so In all of these circumstances the minimum identifiable information that is essential to serve the purpose may be revealed to someone with a legal entitle- o i n t m e n t s For routine appointments you will be able to see a doctor within 48 hours during the working week. If you phone before 10.00 the doctors are more likely to be able to see you the same day. Appointments can be made either by telephone or on line via the website or at the reception desk. Patients that feel they need medical advice on the day will be offered an appointment or telephone advice that day. It is preferable to book an appointment in advance if you wish to see, or wish to discuss an on -going health problem with the same doctor. Whilst the practice strives to ensure that you see the doctor of your choice, this may not always be possible. Please phone and cancel your appointment if you are unable to keep it, so it can then be given to another patient. Advice If you are not able to come into the surgery or have a query which you think can be dealt with by telephone then please contact the surgery and a telephone consultation will be made for you on that day. You may also email enquiries to enquiries@budbrookemc.nhs.uk ment. All individuals with access to your data have a professional and/or contractual duty of confidentiality. If you are concerned about any of the ways in which your confidential data is being dealt with, further information is available from the Practice Manager. You are entitled to register an objection, which will be respected if this is possible. Violent patients - Zero Tolerance The NHS operates a Zero Tolerance Policy with regard to violence and abuse. The Practice has the right to remove patients form the list with immediate effect in order to safeguard Practice Staff, patients and other persons. Violence in this context includes actual or threatened physical violence or verbal abuse, which leads to fear for a person's safety. The patient is notified in writing of their removal from the list and a record is made in the medical notes about the removal and circumstances leading to it. NHS England is responsible for providing further medical care for such patient
Home Visits Our doctors typically see six patients in the Practice in the time that it takes to do a single home visit. Fo...
Home Visits Our doctors typically see six patients in the Practice in the time that it takes to do a single home visit. For this reason, we ask out patients to come in to the Practice if at all possible where specialist equipment is available. However, we can visit you at home for those patients who are too ill or infirm to attend the Surgery. Please telephone the Surgery before 10.30 am if you think a home visit is necessary. The Doctor will then ring you during morning surgery to discuss your request. tion. Tick the items you require and hand it in either by hand to the Dispenser, into the collection box is in the entrance hall, or by Patient access online via our website. We have a Dispensary which means that when you are issued with a prescription by the doctor you can obtain your medication within 48 hours. Please allow for weekends and Bank Holidays. Some local Chemists do a collection service, as a patient this is your responsibility to get in contact with the Chemist and organise this. Repeat prescription requests will not be taken over the telephone as this can lead to mistakes. p and with other health care professionals to whom you are referred for care. Your data may be used by those clinical teams providing your care for the essential purpose of clinical audit. search. Data disclosed will be kept to the minimum required to serve the pur- Please keep the right-hand side of the form for when you require your next medica- p Confidential patient data will be shared within the practice health care team It may also be required for the broader purposes of public health and audit re- Repeat Prescriptions A Access to patient information pose and where necessary be anonymous before disclosure. Confidential and identifiable patient information will not be disclosed otherwise without explicit consent, unless;  It’s a matter of life and death or serious harm to you or to another individ- ual.  It’s overwhelmingly in the public interest to do so. There is a legal obligation to do so In all of these circumstances the minimum identifiable information that is essential to serve the purpose may be revealed to someone with a legal entitle- o i n t m e n t s For routine appointments you will be able to see a doctor within 48 hours during the working week. If you phone before 10.00 the doctors are more likely to be able to see you the same day. Appointments can be made either by telephone or on line via the website or at the reception desk. Patients that feel they need medical advice on the day will be offered an appointment or telephone advice that day. It is preferable to book an appointment in advance if you wish to see, or wish to discuss an on -going health problem with the same doctor. Whilst the practice strives to ensure that you see the doctor of your choice, this may not always be possible. Please phone and cancel your appointment if you are unable to keep it, so it can then be given to another patient. Advice If you are not able to come into the surgery or have a query which you think can be dealt with by telephone then please contact the surgery and a telephone consultation will be made for you on that day. You may also email enquiries to enquiries@budbrookemc.nhs.uk ment. All individuals with access to your data have a professional and/or contractual duty of confidentiality. If you are concerned about any of the ways in which your confidential data is being dealt with, further information is available from the Practice Manager. You are entitled to register an objection, which will be respected if this is possible. Violent patients - Zero Tolerance The NHS operates a Zero Tolerance Policy with regard to violence and abuse. The Practice has the right to remove patients form the list with immediate effect in order to safeguard Practice Staff, patients and other persons. Violence in this context includes actual or threatened physical violence or verbal abuse, which leads to fear for a person's safety. The patient is notified in writing of their removal from the list and a record is made in the medical notes about the removal and circumstances leading to it. NHS England is responsible for providing further medical care for such patient
Home Visits Our doctors typically see six patients in the Practice in the time that it takes to do a single home visit. Fo...
Freedom of Information - Publication Scheme Full registration The Freedom of Information Act 2000 obliges the Practice to produce a Publication If you live in our practice area and would like to register with us, (if you have a Scheme. A Publication Scheme is a guide to the 'classes' of information the Practice medical card please bring it with you) . If you don’t have a medical card you will intends to routinely make available. need to fill out a registration form and new patient questionnaire, these can be col- Patient Participation Group (PPG) This is a group that comprises of patients at the surgery who wish to work together with the staff and doctors to help them to meet the needs of their patients, improve services and to share an understanding of issues and opportunities. This is where we discuss issues affecting your Practice, and help the surgery to deliver the best service it can. They help conduct a practice survey and help with publishing the findings to all patients. Generally anyone who is a patient within the Practice can become a member however; the Practice does have the right to refuse an individual if it considers it is in the best of interest of the individual or the Practice. Please speak to the Practice Manager if you wish to join. Complaints The Practice believes that complaints should be viewed positively and seen as a mechanism for monitoring and improving the quality of the services it provides. However, if you have any concerns about any aspect of our service, please let us know. We operate a Practice Complaints Procedure as part of the NHS system for dealing with complaints. We hope that most problems can be sorted out easily and quickly, often at the time they arise and with the person concerned. If your problem cannot be sorted out in this way and you wish to make a formal complaint, we would like you to let us know the details of your complaint as soon as possible or within 12 months of the incident occurring or within 12 months of discovering that you have a problem. lected from the surgery or downloaded from our website. After these are complete you need to bring in proof of ID and address to the practice. Please be aware that children over the age of 14 must register at the practice or on line themselves. All patients, including children will need to make an appointment to see our Practice Nurse for a new patient health check and you will need to bring a specimen of urine with you to your appointment. This is part of our regular procedure before seeing a Doctor. Temporary Patients If you have family or friends staying with you for less than three months, and they require medical advice, please telephone the surgery between Monday and Friday 8.00am-6.30pm. New Baby Registrations When a new baby is registered with the registrar it is very important that you come along as soon as possible to get your baby registered with a GP. It is essential that this registration is done before your baby has their first appointment for a 6 week check. You will have been given their NHS number on leaving the hospital please bring this with you. Comments and Suggestions Following the results of our Patient Participation Survey we have installed a sug- Please ask one of our receptionists for a complaints leaflet which is also displayed in the waiting room. gestions box. We are happy to accept and consider comments and suggestions Training and suggestions. We also appreciate any compliments and suggestions on NHS The practice does undertake Health Care Professional training and also persons intending to become a Health Care Professional from our patients. There are also facilities on our website to send us feedback choices website. Allocated / Named GP Dr White will be your allocated GP at the practice but you are welcome to see any Doctor you wish.
Freedom of Information - Publication Scheme  Full registration  The Freedom of Information Act 2000 obliges the Practice t...
Freedom of Information - Publication Scheme Full registration The Freedom of Information Act 2000 obliges the Practice to produce a Publication If you live in our practice area and would like to register with us, (if you have a Scheme. A Publication Scheme is a guide to the 'classes' of information the Practice medical card please bring it with you) . If you don’t have a medical card you will intends to routinely make available. need to fill out a registration form and new patient questionnaire, these can be col- Patient Participation Group (PPG) This is a group that comprises of patients at the surgery who wish to work together with the staff and doctors to help them to meet the needs of their patients, improve services and to share an understanding of issues and opportunities. This is where we discuss issues affecting your Practice, and help the surgery to deliver the best service it can. They help conduct a practice survey and help with publishing the findings to all patients. Generally anyone who is a patient within the Practice can become a member however; the Practice does have the right to refuse an individual if it considers it is in the best of interest of the individual or the Practice. Please speak to the Practice Manager if you wish to join. Complaints The Practice believes that complaints should be viewed positively and seen as a mechanism for monitoring and improving the quality of the services it provides. However, if you have any concerns about any aspect of our service, please let us know. We operate a Practice Complaints Procedure as part of the NHS system for dealing with complaints. We hope that most problems can be sorted out easily and quickly, often at the time they arise and with the person concerned. If your problem cannot be sorted out in this way and you wish to make a formal complaint, we would like you to let us know the details of your complaint as soon as possible or within 12 months of the incident occurring or within 12 months of discovering that you have a problem. lected from the surgery or downloaded from our website. After these are complete you need to bring in proof of ID and address to the practice. Please be aware that children over the age of 14 must register at the practice or on line themselves. All patients, including children will need to make an appointment to see our Practice Nurse for a new patient health check and you will need to bring a specimen of urine with you to your appointment. This is part of our regular procedure before seeing a Doctor. Temporary Patients If you have family or friends staying with you for less than three months, and they require medical advice, please telephone the surgery between Monday and Friday 8.00am-6.30pm. New Baby Registrations When a new baby is registered with the registrar it is very important that you come along as soon as possible to get your baby registered with a GP. It is essential that this registration is done before your baby has their first appointment for a 6 week check. You will have been given their NHS number on leaving the hospital please bring this with you. Comments and Suggestions Following the results of our Patient Participation Survey we have installed a sug- Please ask one of our receptionists for a complaints leaflet which is also displayed in the waiting room. gestions box. We are happy to accept and consider comments and suggestions Training and suggestions. We also appreciate any compliments and suggestions on NHS The practice does undertake Health Care Professional training and also persons intending to become a Health Care Professional from our patients. There are also facilities on our website to send us feedback choices website. Allocated / Named GP Dr White will be your allocated GP at the practice but you are welcome to see any Doctor you wish.
Freedom of Information - Publication Scheme  Full registration  The Freedom of Information Act 2000 obliges the Practice t...
Other Services Clinics Test Results We receive the results of pathology tests, x-rays and other cor- Antenatal Clinics If you think you may be pregnant, please book an appointment respondence from hospital department late in the morning. These then have to be checked by a doctor. As different tests take differing times to process, your doctor will give you an indication of when your results will be available which, is no more than 10 days. If you are asked to telephone the surgery for your results please do so after 2pm. You should always check your results. Minor Surgery We offer a range of minor surgical procedures at the surgery. You should consult a Doctor about any moles, lumps or bumps that concern you, as these may be suitable for removal at the surgery. Travel Vaccinations Our Nurses offer a full advisory service for those travelling abroad. Please book in with the Nurses eight weeks before you are due to with the midwife at 8-10 weeks. You also need to complete a form before your appointment with reception. Child Health Advice Run by our Practice Nurses for childhood immunisations Family Planning Advice We offer Pill checks, Depo-Provera, High Vaginal Swabs, Chlamydia Screens, issue Levonelle for Emergency Contraception and Coil Checks (6 weeks post insertion and annual reviews), Nexaplon and Coil fittings. If you would like to discuss Nexaplon and coil fittings please make an initial consultation with Dr Sumra. Phlebotomist Every morning, travel. Other Clinics Asthma, COPD, CHD, Diabetic, Hypertension, Stroke Flu Vaccinations These are recommended for everyone over 65 years of age Core services General management of medical conditions, Health promotion ad- and for patients with chronic medical conditions such as, heart disease, diabe- vice, Emergency care if appropriate, Referral for other services, if appropriate, tes, and chest or kidney problems. Our clinics usually start in September/ Urgently required care for temporary residents. October time. Additional Services Cervical Smears We recommend that all our female patients should have a I smear. Every three years from age 25 -49 and every five years from age 50 – 65. The purpose of this test is to prevent cancer of the cervix. The Practice Nurses carry out this procedure. Please make an appointment at the Reception Contraceptive services, including coil fittings Travel Vaccinations and immunisations Specialist and Hospital Care If a GP or another member of our health care Child health surveillance will ask you where you would like to go. The doctor will then refer you to the R Cervical screening if you have received a reminder letter. team believes you need hospital treatment or specialist care elsewhere, they N Maternity services consultant of your choice or the consultant with the shortest waiting list. Minor surgery, warts, moles etc NHS Health Checks Free NHS health checks for people aged 44-74 with NO underlying health condition. Please ask at reception for a leaflet. Registered patients aged 16-75 who have not been seen for 3 years may request a consultation. Registered patients aged over 75 years who have not been seen in the last 12 months may request a consultation. (If you’re unable to attend the surgery for these checks because of your medical condition a home visit may be arranged.
Other Services  Clinics  Test Results We receive the results of pathology tests, x-rays and other cor-  Antenatal Clinics ...
Other Services Clinics Test Results We receive the results of pathology tests, x-rays and other cor- Antenatal Clinics If you think you may be pregnant, please book an appointment respondence from hospital department late in the morning. These then have to be checked by a doctor. As different tests take differing times to process, your doctor will give you an indication of when your results will be available which, is no more than 10 days. If you are asked to telephone the surgery for your results please do so after 2pm. You should always check your results. Minor Surgery We offer a range of minor surgical procedures at the surgery. You should consult a Doctor about any moles, lumps or bumps that concern you, as these may be suitable for removal at the surgery. Travel Vaccinations Our Nurses offer a full advisory service for those travelling abroad. Please book in with the Nurses eight weeks before you are due to with the midwife at 8-10 weeks. You also need to complete a form before your appointment with reception. Child Health Advice Run by our Practice Nurses for childhood immunisations Family Planning Advice We offer Pill checks, Depo-Provera, High Vaginal Swabs, Chlamydia Screens, issue Levonelle for Emergency Contraception and Coil Checks (6 weeks post insertion and annual reviews), Nexaplon and Coil fittings. If you would like to discuss Nexaplon and coil fittings please make an initial consultation with Dr Sumra. Phlebotomist Every morning, travel. Other Clinics Asthma, COPD, CHD, Diabetic, Hypertension, Stroke Flu Vaccinations These are recommended for everyone over 65 years of age Core services General management of medical conditions, Health promotion ad- and for patients with chronic medical conditions such as, heart disease, diabe- vice, Emergency care if appropriate, Referral for other services, if appropriate, tes, and chest or kidney problems. Our clinics usually start in September/ Urgently required care for temporary residents. October time. Additional Services Cervical Smears We recommend that all our female patients should have a I smear. Every three years from age 25 -49 and every five years from age 50 – 65. The purpose of this test is to prevent cancer of the cervix. The Practice Nurses carry out this procedure. Please make an appointment at the Reception Contraceptive services, including coil fittings Travel Vaccinations and immunisations Specialist and Hospital Care If a GP or another member of our health care Child health surveillance will ask you where you would like to go. The doctor will then refer you to the R Cervical screening if you have received a reminder letter. team believes you need hospital treatment or specialist care elsewhere, they N Maternity services consultant of your choice or the consultant with the shortest waiting list. Minor surgery, warts, moles etc NHS Health Checks Free NHS health checks for people aged 44-74 with NO underlying health condition. Please ask at reception for a leaflet. Registered patients aged 16-75 who have not been seen for 3 years may request a consultation. Registered patients aged over 75 years who have not been seen in the last 12 months may request a consultation. (If you’re unable to attend the surgery for these checks because of your medical condition a home visit may be arranged.
Other Services  Clinics  Test Results We receive the results of pathology tests, x-rays and other cor-  Antenatal Clinics ...
Surgery & Dispensary Hours Mon, Wed & Fri 08:00am– 6:00pm Tues & Thurs 08:00am– 5:00pm BUDBROOKE MEDICAL CENTRE Dr White Tuesday 8:00am-11:30am and 2:30pm– 5:00pm Wednesday 8:00am– 1:00pm Friday 10:00am-12:00pm Dr Brady Monday 8:30am– 11:00am and 2:00pm– 4:30pm Tuesday 8:30am– 12:30pm Thursday 9:00am-12:00pm and 2:00pm-5:00pm Friday 8:30am– 12:00pm Dr Sumra Monday 8:30am– 12:00pm and 3:00pm-6:00pm Wednesday 09:00am– 12:00pm and 2:00pm– 5:00pm Thursday 09.00am– 12.00pm and 2.30pm– 4.00pm Dr Penfold Monday 12:00pm– 6:00pm Tuesday 08:00am– 12:00pm Wednesday 3:00pm– 6:00pm Slade Hill, Hampton Magna, Warwick CV35 8SA Tel: 01925 403800 Fax: 01926 403855 www.budbrookemedicalcentre.co.uk
Surgery   Dispensary Hours Mon, Wed   Fri 08 00am    6 00pm Tues   Thurs 08 00am    5 00pm  BUDBROOKE MEDICAL CENTRE  Dr W...