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Services available at Pewsey Surgery

Smoke Stop Clinic.  For smokers who are serious about giving up the habit and would like some help and support our experienced Smoke Stop advisor can help to get you started.  Smoke Stop advice can also be obtained by calling 01380 728899 or by contacting http://www.wiltshireccg.nhs.uk/your-health/help-to-stop-smoking

Child_bellyFamily planning    The practice provides full contraceptive services, including coil fittings.

Immunisation of children takes place on three Wednesday afternoons per month from 1.30 to 5:30. Two of these are scheduled immunisations which are booked by the health authority who will contact directly with appointment time. Then there is a catch up clinic that can be booked by reception.  

Immunisation for travel abroad  Please view our Travel Information page to identify your needs and allow at least six weeks before you intend to travel so that all the injections you require can be done.

Midwife-led Antenatal clinics take place on Tuesday afternoons.

Chronic Disease Clinics    Patients with diabetes, asthma or heart disease are encouraged to come for an annual review with the doctor or the Practice Nurse.

Counselling baby_mumWe work with IAPT psychology Wiltshire and have 2 fully trained counsellors who run weekly sessions at Pewsey Surgery. In order to make an appointment you will need to contact the services directly on 01380 731335

Minor Surgery   The practice has the facilities to undertake minor surgical procedures, including cryotherapy. Your doctor will refer you to the clinic, which take place roughly one a month, if necessary.

Nutrition clinic   For patients referred for nutrition advice a clinic is held at the surgery once a month on Tuesday afternooons.. 

Services outside the NHS   These include travel vaccinations not covered by the NHS, private medical certificates and medical examinations.

 
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