Grove Medical Practice

01480 462206


Children’s Health

The practice is fully committed to the immunisation of infants and children as a protection against disease.

Childhood Immunisations are carried out by the nursing team on Tuesday mornings by appointment. You will be notified by letter when these are due.

If your child is unwell or you are unable to attend for any reason please contact the surgery to re-arrange the appointment.

Teenage Health

As part of our health promotion provision our nursing team provides a Teenage Health check for the 15/16 year olds. The practice will write directly to the young adult inviting them to attend. All health topics are discussed, healthy eating, exercise, immunisation and issues related to growing up.

The internet can be an excellent information resource for teenagers and these are a few we would recommend:

Women’s Health and Family Planning

Cervical smears and Well women checks are available by appointment with the nurse each weekday.

Fully confidential contraceptive advice including the morning after pill is available from your Doctor.

General contraceptive advice is available from Sister Pashley and Sister Magee who both have Family Planning training.

Family Planning Services are also available through local clinics provided by Cambridgeshire Primary Care Trust.

Health Promotion

The practice is committed to health promotion and to screening for preventable disease.

Practice Nurse appointments are available throughout the week for:

  • Diabetic care
  • Heart disease prevention
  • Asthma management
  • Well Person checks
  • Influenza (Flu)  – Patients aged over 65, women who are currently pregnant and others with certain medical conditions are considered to be ‘at risk’ and therefore vaccination is recommended. The flu virus is constantly changing, so if you are in an ‘at risk’ group it is recommended that you protect yourself by having the ‘flu jab every year. Clinics usually start in the first week of October.
  • Pneumonia immunisation –  For most patients a single pneumonia jab gives lifelong protection and is available throughout the year.

Travel Medicine

A full range of immunisations and travel medications is available.

Appointments for travel advice are available with the nursing team.

Cromwell Place Surgery is an accredited Yellow Fever centre. (Yellow Fever currently £55).

It is important to plan your immunisations well in advance of your travel date in order to ensure that you are fully protected. We would suggest you are seen in the Travel Clinic at least 8 weeks prior to your travel date. Please give full details of your itinerary as this will determine the correct treatment regime for you.

Some travel immunisations and malaria medications are not available on the NHS and you will have to pay for these.

Nursing Services

Our nursing team offer appointments both morning and evening throughout the week.

Nurse appointments are available offering a wide range of procedures including dressings, removal of stitches and ear syringing each day. Book appointments with a member of the nursing team via Reception or by phoning 01480 462754.

Minor surgical procedures can be undertaken by prior arrangement with your Doctor.

Healthcare assistants are an important part of the nursing team providing support to both the doctors and nurses. They are not however qualified to answer questions about the management of any medical condition. Queries of that nature should be made to either a nurse or your doctor.

Minor Injury service

As part of the broader range of services the practice offers we are providing a minor injury service to patients. This service is intended as an alternative to attendance at the hospital Accident and Emergency department for those injuries that are simply treated. Our nursing team will assess the injury and if possible provide treatment at the surgery, saving you a trip to Huntingdon. Attendance should be within 48 hours of the event which caused the injury. Ankle and other joint injuries, twists and sprains, cuts, bruises and removal of foreign bodies are a few examples of the injuries that we would expect to be able to treat.

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