Quorn Medical Centre 1 Station Road, QuornLeicestershire, LE12 8BPTel: 01509 410800
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Alternatively you can contact the Smoking Resolution Service on 0800 0224332 to speak to an advisor, 7 days per week, 7am - 11pm. You can also chat to an advisor online.
A Practice Therapist is available for consultation by appointment, following referral by the doctor.
Appointments by arrangement.
Weekly by appointment.
First and third Tuesdays of each month.
A chaperone service is available during your consultation.
If you would like to take up this offer, then please ask your doctor or nurse.
These are held on the 2nd, 3rd and 4th Tuesday of the month, in the afternoon. Appointments are sent by Leicestershire Health, you will need to bring your appointment card with you. Please let us know if you are unable to attend and you will be allocated a new appointment at the next available clinic.
Vaccines are ordered by clinic numbers only e.g. on a clinic by clinic basis.
If you prefer to send somebody else to accompany your child to the appointment e.g. grandparent, carer etc, please ensure that they bring a letter of consent with them. Without this consent your child cannot be vaccinated.
Please inform Bridge Park Plaza if you change address and if you child is under 16 years of age - 0116 2252525.
Carried out during normal surgery times jointly with health visitor and doctor by appointment.
General advice and prescriptions are available from our family planning trained nurse, or from any of the Doctors, who can advise in all aspects of women’s health. Coil and cap fitting,and contraceptive implants by appointment.
Our Practice Nurses are able to give the best up-to-date advice on health matters and a full range of travel immunisations. Some immunisations and malaria prophylaxis may incur a charge. We are a registered yellow fever vaccination centre.
The following groups of patients are invited for vaccination. To register your interest to receive this vaccination, please contact reception. Please check the list below to see if you fall into an eligible group.
a. 65 years and over.
b. You are in 'at risk' group (any age): - chronic lung, heart, kidney, liver, neurological disease, diabetes, Stroke/TIA and patients' with a reduced immunity.
b. Pregnant women (1st, 2nd, 3rd Trimesters)
c. Household contacts of patients with a reduced immunity, such as those receiving chemotherapy.
d.Receive a carer's allowance, or if the well being of someone in your care may be at risk if you were ill.
N.B. We are unable to vaccinate anyone NOT in an 'at risk group'. However, Boots Chemist and some supermarkets may offer a flu vaccination service.
These are also strongly recommended to all over 65’s and the above risk groups. This is a single vaccine providing lifelong cover and is available all year round
If you are performing a Carer’s role for a family member or friend please inform one of our staff. Caring for someone can be very stressful and you may need extra help or support. Our receptionists have Carer Packs which include information sheets and useful contact numbers. Similarly if you are being cared for by a friend or relative please let us know.
Any registered patient over the age of 65 years who has not seen a clinician for 12 months can arrange an appointment at reception for a consultation with the practice nurse. Housebound patients are requested to telephone reception to arrange a home visit.
Any registered patient who has not seen a clinician for 3 years can arrange an appointment at reception for a consultation with the practice nurse.
This programme is an opportunistic screening programme for men and women between the ages of 15-24. Tests and treatments are free to patients. This is a confidential service and you can choose to receive your results via text, telephone call, letter or e-mail. Please ask your GP, practice nurse or at reception for a kit.
Please on HERE to see the link.
Please note that you will no longer be issued with a prescription for a Helicobacter Test kit. Our Practice now keep these in stock.
Inter Care collects returned prescription medicines and supplies them free of charge to a network of health centres in Africa. Click on this LINK for more information.
As part of our extended hours service, on Thursday and Friday mornings, our HCA offers appointments for early morning blood tests.
This is an opportunistic screening programme for men and women between the ages of 15-24. Tests and treatments are free to patients. This is a confidential service and you can choose to receive your results via text, telephone call, e-mail or by letter. Please ask your GP, practice nurse or at reception for more information and/or a kit.
HPV - 12yrs to 13yrs
PROTOCOL FOR DELIVERY OF HPV VACCINATION OF FEMALE PATIENTS OUTSIDE OF THE PUBLIC HEALTH PARAMETERS
We also offer this service on a private basis for female patients aged 19-55. The service consists of a course of 3 injections over a 6-month period. For more information, please ask at reception or read the HPV Link above.
If you have difficulty attending appointments during normal opening hours, the surgery takes part in extended hours. These appointments are bookable in advance. See our appointments screen for more details or ask at reception.
If your GP has requested that you have a test e.g. bloods, swabs, urine, faeces etc, please contact the surgery one week later to request the result.
Please note that results are available between the hours of 11.30am and 4.30pm. If you are telephoning for your results, please press option 5.
N.B. Please do not provide samples in glass jars/bottles as we are unable to dispose of these. Thank you.
If you require any vaccinations relating to foreign travel you need to make an appointment with the practice nurse to discuss your travel arrangements. This will include which countries and areas within countries that you are visiting to determine what vaccinations are required. There is further information about countries and vaccinations required on the links below
It is important to make this initial appointment as early as possible - at least 6 weeks before you travel - as a second appointment will be required with the practice nurse to actually receive the vaccinations. These vaccines have to be ordered as they are not a stock vaccine. Your second appointment needs to be at least 2 weeks before you travel to allow the vaccines to work.
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.
Travel Health Questionnaire
To help us offer the appropriate advice, please read the Travel Itinerary information and fill out the
Please deliver the completed form to the practice before coming to see the nurse, alternatively you can fax the details to the practice on 01509 620652. You will need to leave the form with us for about 7 working days then you need to ring the surgery to see if you need an appointment.
Quorn Medical Centre has housed an acupuncture practice since 2006, run by Elaine Glasius. Elaine is a registered nurse and health visitor and trained in acupuncture at the College of Traditional Acupuncture in Warwick. Elaine works at the medical centre on Thursday and Friday afternoons and sees people with a wide range of conditions, and of a broad age spectrum ranging from little people to the elderly. Treatment costs:£43.00 per session Adults (or those over 12 years) £20.00 for babies and children (treatment consists of gentle tapping or acupressure). To book an appointment, or to book a (no-obligation) consultation to discuss whether acupuncture would be suitable for you, please call 07770 852939. What is Traditional Acupuncture?Traditional Acupuncture belongs to an ancient system of healing based on the principles of oriental medicine. These emphasise the importance of energy or “Qi” for all good health. When Qi flows smoothly we feel well. When Qi is weak or its flow is blocked then the delicate balances of our body are impaired: disharmony can then lead to disease. Acupuncturists basically aim to assess and treat imbalances in the flow of Qi by insertion of a small number of needles-(or acupressure) on a few of the 400 points on the body. Why have something so “old” in a modern medical centre?Seeing an acupuncturist should not be a substitute for consulting a doctor if you are worried about your health. However, sometimes people find that either there seems to be no “reason” for their fatigue or low immunity (blood tests are normal), or they would prefer not to have to rely upon large doses of painkillers or hormonal treatment if something else would help. Although the practice of acupuncture is informed by oriental understandings of Qi, western physiologists have begun to discover measurable changes in blood chemistry and neurotransmitter activity after very superficial needling of only one or two points. Organisations such as the WHO now recommend acupuncture as a valid treatment for conditions such as nausea and back pain, and further research is beginning to show that it has a potentially wide application. Many hospital departments, including those seeing gastro-enterology patients, people with infertility or chronic pain now offer acupuncture as part of their patient care.
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