Adelaide Medical Centre111 Adelaide RoadLONDON, NW3 3RYTel: 0207 722 4135
The following services are provided. Our receptionists will help you book the appropriate appointment.
Our nurses can see patients for family planning, travel vaccinations, health promotion, minor injuries, dressings, removal of sutures, smoking cessation and cervical smears. They can also follow up patients with hypertension (blood pressure), diabetes, asthma and disease of the airways.
If you book an appointment with a nurse who does not specialize in that procedure or do not allow the appropriate appointment slots (i.e. single, double, triple) for procedures (as outlined below), your appointment may be moved or cancelled. Unfortunately you can not book appointments online for any of the nurses.
If a certain procedure is not listed, please call the practice for further advice.
Here is a list of what procedures our practice nurses can perform:
If you are booking for an NHS health check then please book with Catherine.
Health promotion advice and screening of lifestyle activities such as smoking, diet, exercise, alcohol, blood pressure screening and travel advice are provided by our practice nurses. we have also disease management clinics for Asthma and Diabetes. You can also make an appointment at reception without being referred by the doctor.
Some cryotherapy treatments including treatment of warts, verrucae, skin lesions are performed in the surgery. Your doctor will advise you if your condition is suitable for treatment here and a special appointment will be arranged.
The doctors provide antenatal care during normal session times. The midwife from the Royal Free Hospital holds one clinic per week for mothers who have been referred by the Royal Free Hospital.
Cancer of the cervix is a preventable condition and all female patients between 25 and 64 years of age are advised to have regular smear tests. A call and recall system is operated to remind you when your test is due.
Contraceptive care is provided by all the doctors and some of the nurses.
The Health Visitor organises a baby clinic once a week. One of the doctors is available on alternate weeks for child surveillance and development checks. We recommend that all children have had a full course of immunisations. Qualified nurses provide these in special clinics.
All vaccinations necessary for travel to other countries are administered by our nurses. Not all vaccinations are covered by the NHS, for certain injections there may be a charge which will need to be paid for at the time of your appointment (WE ACCEPT PAYMENT BY CREDIT AND DEBIT CARD ONLY). Please ask the nurse beforehand whether this applies to you. Even for non-travellers it is important to be protected against Tetanus and polio, please ask the nurse for advice. To assist with your travel consultation it is advisable to visit www.fitfortravel.scot.nhs.uk beforehand for travel/vaccination information. We recommend that you make an appointment 4-6 weeks prior to your departure. For further information including our price list please go to to the Travel Vaccination tab on the right hand side of the website.
Sessions are held weekly, whereby attendance is by appointment only. Referrals are arranged by your doctor. Welfare Rights Officer Sessions are held weekly and are by appointment only.
Please phone between 2.00-3.00pm Monday to Friday for test and investigation results.
If you want to discuss your results you will be asked to make an appointment.
Due to confidentiality issues, results can only be given to the patient concerned or guardian/parent.
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