Exciting Announcement - Practice Merger
Coach House Surgery and Park End Surgery are pleased to announce that from 1st April 2018 we will be combining to form one larger practice across three sites, at Bridgewater House, North Approach and the Meriden. PATIENT DATA MERGING WILL BEGIN FROM JULY 2017. CLICK BELOW FOR INFO:
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Please complete our Friends & Family Test
Named GP for all patients
To find out the results of recent tests taken in surgery, please phone us after 12pm one week after the test was taken.
Alternatively, you can look at your results online. Please see the 'Online Services' page for more information.
As well as general medical care, the practice provides a range of specialist services:
These clinics are run by our practice nurses who have had additional training and are supported by one of the GPs. The clinics are arranged to make sure that any patient with one or more of these conditions receives regular monitoring.
Our travel clinic is based at our Bridgewater House branch and is run by our specially trained nurses.
Travel medicine is a specialised and rapidly changing field. We employ a specially trained nurse with access to the latest travel information to ensure you receive the most up to date service. We provide personalised advice within convenient appointment times. Whatever your reason for travelling abroad, be it business or pleasure, we can help.
If you require a travel clinic appointment, we advise that you book your appointment at least 4 weeks in advance of your planned travel date to ensure that any recommended vaccinations are administered in an appropriate timeframe.
To book an appointment, please call us on 01923 202600 to book with Travel Clinic Nurse. Please do not book with GP.
Please be advised that not all travel vaccines are free.
Please refer to the table below for our charges of vaccines not covered by the NHS.
Price per Unit
There is further information about countries and vaccinations required on the links below:
The practice will undertake medical examinations and reports for the following;
These have to be arranged by appointment and there is normally a charge for these services as they fall outside the NHS arrangements. You will be asked to pay a deposit at the time of booking these appointments.
The surgery provides written information for patients on the roles of the GP, community midwife, health visitor and hospital clinics in the provision of antenatal and postnatal care. There is a leaflet that outlines what will happen while you are pregnant and in the weeks after birth. Please ask at reception for the latest copy.
We hope your appointments will be relaxed and you will feel free to discuss any problems you may have.
Your doctor retains overall responsibility for your health care while you are pregnant and you should contact him/her if you are having any problems with your general health. However, responsibility for issues relating specifically to your pregnancy is shared with the community midwife. Part of this role is the routine monitoring of your pregnancy, and she is available for advice and help.
When you know you are pregnant please make a BOOKING APPOINTMENT with the midwife at the surgery. This should be for between the 9th and 12th week of your pregnancy. This appointment may last an hour for examination and paperwork. She will also want to review your family medical history, and discuss various screening and blood tests that are recommended throughout your pregnancy, together with the programme of visits you will need at 15/16 weeks, 20 weeks, 24 weeks, 28 weeks and in the last 10 weeks of pregnancy. She will give you a pregnancy health record, which you should take with you to every appointment during your pregnancy.
If you have any problems or complications with your pregnancy, your GP or midwife may refer you to the Obstetricians at hospital. If you are asked to attend the hospital antenatal clinic for additional visits, you will not need to make an antenatal appointment at the surgery in the same week.
If your pregnancy is straightforward, you may only have to attend the hospital for your ultrasound scan and for the delivery of your baby. However, you may also have a home birth if required and the pregnancy is uncomplicated.
Delivery can be expected any time between 37 and 42 weeks. After the baby is born you will usually be home within 24 hours, if all is well with you and your baby.
The day after you are discharged from hospital you will be visited by the midwife, who will then plan and discuss your schedule of care now you are home with your baby. When the midwife discharges you from her care, the Health Visitor will take over your care.
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