Why not start the New Year with the staff and patients of Ladybarn Group Practice in a walk around Ladybarn Park
The next walk is on Thursday 5th April 2018 and then weekly. Please meet at Ladybarn Group Practice reception at 12.45 p.m.
Walking with us will also be members of BUZZ who can talk about health and wellbeing and services that are available
DUE TO ANNUAL LEAVE WE UNFORTUNATELY HAVE HAD TO POSTPONE THE WALK WITH DOCTOR UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
The Community Alcohol Team see patients at Ladybarn Group Practice on Thursday mornings to provide help and support to patients with alcohol problems and their families
Please book at reception or ring 0161 448 4500 (GP Referral required)
8 week check & Child Immunisation Clinic (with Nurse and Doctor)Tuesday, 9:30am– 11:30am (by appointment only)
The Baby and Child Immunisation Clinic is held every Tuesday morning by the GP and practice Nurse. You will be sent an appointment for the baby's 8 week check with the GP, and then see the practice nurse for baby's immunisations.
We also offer a Monday afternoon clinic for older children requiring their next course of immunisations.
If you are unsure of any details of your childs vaccination schedule, please contact the surgery to speak to our nursing team.
We offer a full range of Family Planning Services. Please see any doctor or nurse.
Dr Murray-Brown and Dr Phoenix run our contraceptive implant clinic. Please make an appointment with either to discuss the available options. Currently we offer the Coil and IUD implant.
Every Tuesday morning (by appointment only).
Dr Yasmin Hoosen, Clinical Lead
Sister Sinar, Practice Nurse
Vicky Jawando and Simone Powel, Health care assistants
Wendy Haughton, Diabetic Specialist Nurse
We have over 500 patients on our diabetic register and aim to ensure everyone has at least one diabetic review per year. We offer a wide range of support - with initial education after diagnosis, diet, lifestyle, exercise and mental health reviews. We have a clinic leaflet to help set out your agreed targets in care and your action plan. We can refer you to a number of services, e.g Smile exercise programme and health trainer, diabetes clinics, dietician, podiatrists.
Every Thursday by appointment only.
The clinic is run by Community Drug Team workers, Dr Jullien Walkley, with Sr Bale providing health checks and immunisation.
The clinic is for patients in the locality accepted for treatment by the CDT, not only for Ladybarn GP patients.
Please contact your local Pharmacy where they can treat/give advice for minor illnesses.
Most cases of earwax blockage can be treated using ear drops. Persistent problems could require irrigation. Ear irrigation services are provided at the following locations:
You may need to be seen by a GP prior to being seen for ear irrigation.
For more information on earwax problems, see the NHS Choices website- Earwax build-up
Dr Walkley runs our minor surgery clinics. These services are via referral by clinician only.Services Include:
Complicated or delicate procedures might require a referral to another provider.
Tuesday, 11am – 12pm New babies are invited for regular check-ups.
The health visitor services have been reorganised and we no longer have a Health visitor at the baby clinic. The health visitor baby clinic is held on Monday's at the Burnage primary care resource centre. Please remember to bring your child's red book to every appointment.
For infection control reasons we are no longer able to supply toys, play mats etc in the baby clinic. Please bring your own toys. Whilst we try to minimise delay in waiting some weeks the baby clinics can be busy.
Dr Burgess, Dr Murray-Brown and Dr Adams-Strump see babies for their eight week check on a rotational basis.
Please complete a travel risk assessment form, Travel Risk Assessment Form or available at reception, prior to travel and hand it to a receptionist. You will then need to contact the surgery a week later to find out what vaccinations are required and book an appropriate appointment.
Please make sure your forms are submitted at least 4 weeks prior to travel as some vaccinations will require multiple courses over a short period of time to be effective.
Some work is not covered by the NHS. We charge fees for work for which no fee is payable under the NHS.
We get a tremendous amount of this work every year and we cannot afford to do it without being paid. An up to date list of medical charges is available at reception
Travel clinic appointments are only given after submitting a completed travel risk assessment form.
Travel Risk Assessment Form
Please print and fill in. These forms are also available from reception.
Please contact the surgery 1 week after submitting your form for information on what vaccinations you will require and when you will need to be seen.
Please ensure you submit your form at least 4 weeks prior to travel as some vaccines will require multiple injections over a short period of time.
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.
We now also offer vaccinations for those travellers going to Hajj.
Any work for which no fee is payable under the NHS must be charged privately. Examples are:
We get a tremendous amount of this kind of work every year, and we simply cannot afford to do it without being paid. Our fees are based on recommendations from the British Medical Association (current charges are displayed at reception or ring 0161 448 4500).
At two months old:
At three months old:
At four months old:
At around 12 months old:
At around 13 months old:
Two, three and four years old:
Three years four months to five years old (pre-school):
13 to 18 years old:
Ramadan starts on Friday 26th May 2017.
If you would like any assistance on how to manage your medication during this time please contact the surgery to make an appointment with your GP to discuss this.
This is especially important for Diabetic patients.
For other guidance regarding a healthy Ramadan,
please see the NHS Choices website.
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