Clinics and Services
Midwife clinics are held at Wymondham Medical Partnership three times a week. If you have recently found out that you are pregnant, please request your first antenatal appointment with the midwife for when you are between 8 and 10 weeks pregnant.
Baby and Child Immunisations Clinic
Blood tests are carried out at the surgery every weekday by appointment only.
Coronary Heart Disease (CHD), Stroke and Transient Ischaemic Attacks (TIA)
GPs carry out annual screening for patients with CHD, Stroke and TIA. A yearly recall letter detailing an appointment for a blood test and a GP appointment, will be sent out to eligible patients.
This clinic is managed by our specialist diabetic nurses. Their work includes diagnosing and monitoring insulin and non-insulin dependent diabetics. Patients are invited annually for screening.
Flu vaccinations are available from the start of October. Details are available on our website and posters in the surgery.
These clinics are run by our nursing assistants daily from 08:00 – 10:30 for those patients who are taking warfarin and phenindione.
Microsuction is offered at the surgery for removal of ear wax. If you are registered with our practice, you may be referred by your GP or nurse. We also take referrals from other surgeries for this service but you must have been seen by your own surgery first for a referral to be sent through to us.
Certain minor surgical procedures are carried out by some of our clinicians. Suitable appointments can be arranged by speaking to a GP in the first instance. Speak to your GP.
NHS Health Checks
If you are aged between 40 and 74 you could be eligible for a free health check.
The check is to assess your risk of developing heart disease, stroke, kidney disease or diabetes and provide appropriate lifestyle advice.
The check involves a 30 minute appointment with one of our healthcare assistants.
The check is based on straightforward questions and measurements such as sex, age, family history, weight and blood pressure. The check also involves a finger prick blood test for cholesterol.
If you wish to have a health check, please request an appointment.
You will receive an appointment in the post to attend for postnatal check 6-8 weeks after the birth of your baby. Please remember to bring your baby’s red book with you.
Referrals to see a specialist
Please see this leaflet explaining what happens when your GP refers you to a consultant or specialist at a hospital or community health centre.
This clinic is managed by our specialist respiratory nurses who assess patients with asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). The aim of this clinic is to diagnose, monitor and give advice on self-management strategies and treatment.
These clinics are now run by the Smokefree Norfolk service, which hold clinics at the surgery to provide an in-house service for patients.
We recommend that any patients travelling abroad should seek advice at least 10 weeks in advance of their trip. We offer a full range of travel vaccines. There is a charge for some travel vaccinations.
More information and a travel risk assessment can be found in our Travel Room.
Please note that some travel vaccines are ordered on a private prescription and these incur a charge over and above the normal prescription charge. This is because not all travel vaccinations are included in the services provided by the NHS.
We are a Yellow Fever vaccination centre.