Learning Disability Clinic
Health check for all learning disability patients, run by Sister Francis on a Friday morning.
Monitoring and treatment of all Diabetic patients run by Sister Francis and Sister Bigger, with support from Sister Lindley. Sister Francis provides oversight for Diabetic care and holds a monthly multi-disciplinary meeting with Julie Smith (DSN) who liases closely with the community and hospital diabetes teams.
Manor House Surgery is a Registered Yellow Fever Centre. Please obtain a travel assessment form from the reception desk. Allow 6-8 weeks prior to the date of travel. There may also be need for a pre assessment consultation for administering of the vaccine. Many vaccinations are chargeable as they are a non NHS service, equally we do levy an administrative charge for private prescriptions (eg. malaria tablets). This is in addition to the cost of these medications, again where they are not available on the NHS.
Payment is always required prior to ordering travel vaccines.
Details and costs of all vaccinations and other travel services are available on the Travel vaccination information link.
Minor Operations & Joint injections.
Where appropriate & allowable under NHS rules minor operations & joint injections are available from some of our GP's. Patients normally need to see the GP or ANP first to assess.
Clinics are run on a Monday with HCA Briggs and on a Thursday with HCA Gunning.
Long Term Conditions Clinic
Our team of experienced nurses provide all the routine care for Long Term Conditions in the practice, especially conditions such as Diabetes, Hypertension, Asthma, Heart problems and COPD/Respiratory Disease. Please see them for review of these conditions, or for advice and support for acute problems relating to these conditions. Both telephone, routine and urgent appointments are available.
Routine or urgent contraceptive advice and treatment is offered by our practice nurses, including pill checks and contraceptive injectables. In any complex cases the nurses will seek advice from ANP or GPs as appropriate. Routine contraceptive care is also available at the sexual health clinic based at Bridlington Hospital held on a Wednesday 1pm to 7pm. You will need to contact them on 01482 247111 to make an appointment.
Stop Smoking Clinic
All our GPs, ANP and Nurses will give appropriate immediate and informed advice to stop smoking. Specialist support and clinics, including supportive counselling and medication, are now all provided in the community by the Health Trainers. Please contact them for support on 08009177752.
The local system of maternity care is an antenatal and postnatal clinic run by the midwife at the local Bridlington hospital. Whilst most babies will be delivered in the baby unit at Scarborough Hospital, you can choose where your baby will be born, at home or in hospital at Scarborough.
Childhood Immunisation Clinic
This is for the routine immunisation of all children. The surgery will inform you by post when immunisations are due. If you have any queries about immunisations your GP or health visitor can advise. Every Monday 1.00pm to 2.00pm. Please ensure that you bring your red book to the clinic appointments.
CERVICAL SMEARS - are done by the Practice nurses. You will be informed of your recall date by the local health authority.
EMERGENCY CONTRACEPTION - please request an urgent same-day appointment with a GP or ANP, or contact the Sexual Health Clinic (see contraception information for contact details)