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PLEASE NOTE: From 1:00 pm until 6:30 pm on Tuesday 26th March, this practice will be closed for important clinical education and training purposes, for more information please view this document:
Shut Down Event


Patient Participation Group Meeting : 

Wednesday 20th March at 13:30 in room F13 - ALL Siam Surgery patients welcome - For more information and to join the Patient Participation Group please speak to reception or email:

Can you help us to help you?

Our local population is growing fast and there is a huge demand for appointments, both with the doctors and the nurses. We have been looking at ways to improve appointment availability and have found many appointments are wasted each week because the patient is not booked in with an appropriate clinician. For example:

  • Not all doctors undertake joint injections
  • Not all doctors undertake minor surgery
  • Not all doctors undertake coil fitting
  • Some doctors have more specialised knowledge in particular areas
  • Not all nurses undertake travel vaccinations
  • Not all nurses undertake cervical screening
  • Some nurses have more specialised knowledge in particular areas

If you are booked with a doctor or nurse who is unable to deal with the problem for which you are attending, it is not only a wasted appointment for the doctor or nurse, but also a wasted visit for you as you may be asked to re book.

There are some procedures which cannot be undertaken if there is not a second nurse or a doctor on the premises, for example immunisations.

It helps us to know the reason for routine appointments where equipment needs to be prepared, for example, a particular injection may need to be collected in advance from a central storage area or may even be out of stock and need to be ordered.

We are aware some patients object to being asked the reason for their appointment, our receptionists have received comments such as ‘What has it got to do with you?’ ‘Why do you want to know are you a doctor?’

Please be assured, if your visit is for a medical problem which you do not wish to discuss with the receptionist, we quite understand and are more than happy for you to tell us you would rather not give the reason.


Wherever possible provide the receptionist with a little information regarding the reason for your appointment

Help us to help you.


Clinics & Services

In addition to GP consultations the practice offers a range of clinics and healthcare services: district_nurse

  • Cervical Smear Tests 
  • Breast Examinations
  • Contraceptive Reviews
  • Blood Pressure Checks
  • Respiratory Clinic (Asthma & Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease)
  • Diabetes Clinics
  • Coronary Heart Disease Clinics
  • Ear Syringing
  • Health Promotions and Education
  • Maternity Care – in conjunction with the community midwife
  • Postnatal Checks
  • Minor Surgery – including stitching small wounds.
  • Flu Vaccinations
  • Pneumococcal Vaccination
  • Shingles Vaccination
  • Travel Advice and Vaccinations - there may be a charge for some vaccinations S0 please check with reception prior to making an appointment. We are an approved Yellow Fever Vaccination Centregirl_with_open_mouth.
  • Hormone Replacement Therapy  
  • Dietary Advice
  • Child Health & Immunisations – in conjunction with the health visitor.
  • Phlebotomy Clinic – by appointment only.
  • Well Person Checks
  • NHS Healthchecks
  • Removal of Sutures and Dressings following a hospital procedure
  • Minor Injury

All the clinics are by appointment only, you may be sent appointments for some of them, please do try to keep them or let us know if you are unable to attend.

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