The Oak Tree Centre, 1 Oak Drive, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, PE29 7HN
Telephone: 01480 483100
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In addition to GP consultations the practice offers a wide range of clinics and healthcare services:
We run nurse-led clinics to monitor patients with medical conditions such as asthma, COPD, diabetes and heart disease. The experienced nursing team will advise you if you need to see the doctor about your condition.
These clinics are run by Midwives and appointments can be booked in by telephoning the surgery or calling in to the reception. Information on Clinics can be found here: https://www.pregnancyadvice.org.uk/. If you have any questions about your maternity care, the Midwives can be contacted via the Surgery reception.
These are held throughout the week. Immunisations are an important part of protecting a child’s health. If you need further information about vaccinations, please contact your health visitor. Parents will be contacted about making an appointment.
We offer a range of family planning services including emergency contraception (morning after pill), coil insertions, contraceptive implants and vasectomies. Speak to one of our team for further information.
Everyone is at risk of developing heart disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes or kidney disease but these diseases can often be prevented. We offer the NHS Health Check at the Surgery to adults between the ages of 40 and 74. We will assess your risk and offer personalised advice on how to reduce it. The check includes:-
The checks are carried out by our nursing team. If you wish, we can refer you on to a health trainer to give you tailored support and guidance on your health and wellbeing.
We perform a wide range of minor surgical procedures at the practice such as joint injections and removal of some types of moles and warts. Ask the doctor for advice.
Women will be invited by the National Screening Team for a routine cervical smear every 3 – 5 years depending on their age. This appointment can be booked with one of our fully trained nurses. Ask our receptionist if you require an appointment in the evening or on the weekend.
This is the most common sexually transmitted infection and 1 in 10 sexually active under 25 year olds will have this without having any symptoms. If untreated, the disease can cause infertility. We encourage all patients aged 15 – 24 years to take a simple test for chlamydia. This can be done by a simple urine test whilst in the surgery and the result will be sent direct to the patient, via text, email or post.