HEALTHCARE TEAM

District Nurses

They provide nursing care in the home, and support for families caring for the sick and elderly. They can be contacted on 03000 030 050 between 08.30am-6.00pm or you can leave a message for them at the surgery.

Health Visitors

A Health Visitor is a registered nurse, who has recieved training particularly related to babies, children and pregnant women. Their role is to provide families with children under 5 years old with support and advice around the general aspects of mental, physical and social wellbeing. They can be contacted directly on 01252 335649.

Midwives

They are responsible for pre-conceptual advice, antenatal and immediate post-natal care. They can be contacted at the surgery, Frimley Park Hospital or Royal Surrey Hospital and ask for Community Midwives.

Counsellor 

Counselling aims to help come to terms with life’s difficulties and identify better ways of coping. She is helped by a team of Talk Plus counsellors.

Physiotherapy Assessment Specialist

This team is highly trained to an expert level in the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal/orthopaedic problems. They are able to offer a rapid assessment service for both new and long standing muscular, joint and back pain; for example, low back pain, shoulder pain, knee pain and ankle pain.

They are able to advise on appropriate rehabilitation/exercise programmes, refer for physiotherapy treatment, x-rays and scans. 

From the 3rd July 2017 we will have appointments available on a Tuesday monring. The access to the clinic will be directly via our reception staff and it will not be necessary to see a GP first.

Clinical Pharmacist

Our clinical pharmacist Sanjeet works directly with clinical staff and patinets to provide patient care that optimises the use of medication and promotes health, wellness and disease prevention. 

He does medication reviews and can assist with any medication query. 

Paramedic Practitioner

We now have paramedics employed by the federation of Aldershot GPs who are helping us with home visits. They may be able to come out sooner than a GP and spend more time doing an assessment before discussing management with your GP.