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Slamannan SurgeryTel: 01324 851288
Avonbridge SurgeryTel: 01324 861380
Practice nurses are qualified and registered nurses. They can help with health issues such as family planning, healthy living advice, blood pressure checks and dressings. The practice nurses run clinics for long-term health conditions such as asthma or diabetes, minor ailment clinics and carry out cervical smears, travel vaccinations.
The nurses provide skilled nursing care for patients in their own home. They do dressings, advise about incontinence and nursing appliances as well as all aspects of short and long term care. They also provide support and advice for carer’s of these patients at home.
You can contact our district nurse direct by telephoning 01324 717920 at Meadowbank Health Clinic who will be able to advise or arrange a suitable appointment for you.
Nurses are available Monday to Friday.
Health visitors offer help and support in prevention of disease and maintenance of good health in mothers, babies and pre-school children at the fortnightly child development clinics in the practice and also within the community.
You can contact our health visitor direct by telephoning:
01324 851260 (Slamannan) Tuesday-Friday full days
Craig is our new Advanced Physiotherapy Practitioner. He can assess, diagnose and refer for further treatment. You can make an appointment with the Physio Practitioner on a Wednesday or a Friday.
Terri is our new Mental Health Nurse, if you are experiencing, low mood, anxiety or stress, trouble controlling your emotions, or difficulty sleeping you can make an appointment with Terri on a Tuesday.