Bloomfield Medical Centre provide a variety of clinical services for our patients.
Patients can see the Midwife at Bloomfield on a Monday.
Patients need to self refer into this service by going to https://www.bfwh.nhs.uk/our-services/maternity/maternity-self-referral/
Child Health & Immunisation
Routine childhood immunisations are offered on a Tuesday at our Bloomfield Site and Thursday at our Grange Park Site . You will receive an invitation for these through the post.
Chronic Disease Reviews
Please book an appointment for your review with the appropriate practice nurse – our reception team can guide you with this.
Stop Smoking Clinic
We offer smoking cessation advice to help you stop smoking. Please ring reception to book an appointment. Alternatively you can access the local Stop Smoking Service via telephone, post, text message, email or even self-refer online.
The district nurses hold a number of clinics at South Shore Primary Care Centre. Appointments are made through the district nurses once you have been referred.
Clinics are held at Whitegate Drive Health Centre. Please ring the reception there on 953953 to make an appointment.
Please ring reception to book an appointment to have your smear test. Alternatively you can attend the GP Led Walk in Centre on Whitegate Drive. Please take your invitation letter with you.
Travel Advice and Immunisation
Please see our page on Travel Immunisations to access the Travel Health Questionnaire, which you should complete and hand to reception. You will be contacted to come in for any advice or injections needed.
Once referred by a clinician, you will be contacted to attend these clinics.
You can make an appointment for a blood test at either the Bloomfield or Grange Park sites. Please contact the surgery to make an appointment. (Unfortunately due to COVID-19 we are not currently accepting walk in’s at the surgery). Please ensure you bring your form with you. You can also have bloods taken at the GP Led Walk in Centre 8am-6.30pm 7 days a week
Contraception / Family Planning
Many of our clinicians can provide contraception advice including the insertion of long-acting implants and coils. Book an appointment via reception.
Our pharmacists can provide medication reviews when necessary, although for patients with long-term conditions these would usually form part of the review provided by the clinician you see regularly.
We recommend that patients over the age of 75 have a consultation at least once per year. So if you are so well that we haven’t seen you for some time, perhaps come and see us so that we can help you stay fit and healthy!
Not Seen Us?
If you haven’t had a consultation in the last three year we would like you to consider having a consultation. This is to allow us the opportunity to ensure you are offered relevant and suitable advice and care to help try and keep you stay fit and healthy.