Chawton House Surgery

St Thomas Street, Lymington, SO41 9ND

NHS

Telephone: 01590 672953

Fax: 01590 674137

whccg.chawtonhousesurgery@nhs.net

Monitoring Clinics

RESPIRATORY CLINIC

We invite all patients with Asthma or chronic chest problems to attend an annual review in the Respiratory Clinic run by a specially trained nurse. Your symptoms can be discussed and your inhalers and technique can be checked. If you smoke, advice on stopping smoking successfully can be given as stopping smoking is the single most important thing you can do for the greatest benefit to your health.

An annual review could help you control your symptoms and avoid future hospital admissions, so we encourage you to attend when invited.

PRIMARY PREVENTION CLINIC

This clinic is run by the practice nurse.  We invite all patients who have high blood pressure (hypertension) or other risk factors for circulation problems, such as high cholesterol or chronic kidney disease, to attend the Primary Prevention Clinic on an annual basis.

Primary Prevention means looking at all the factors that make some patients more likely than others to develop heart and circulation problems. These are known as risk factors. The reason why patients are treated for high blood pressure or high cholesterol is because these factors put them at increased risk of developing heart and circulation problems such as stroke in the future.Where risk factors are identified, such as having high blood pressure, your doctor or nurse can then work with you to help reduce the chance of developing heart or circulation problems.

You will be given a form to have a blood test a few days before your Primary Prevention Clinic appointment. When you come to the Clinic you will be asked some questions about yourself and have a short examination. You will also be given any necessary advice about things you can do to help yourself and the nurse can arrange for you to see a doctor should any change to your medication be required.

Research over the past few years has shown much more clearly what steps can be taken to reduce your risk of circulation or heart related problems so we would encourage you to attend when invited.

CORONARY HEART DISEASE CLINIC

We invite all patients who have had any of the following conditions to be seen annually in our Coronary Heart Disease (CHD) Prevention clinic:

– Heart attack

– Angina

– Stroke

– Problems with circulation in their legs

– Major risk factors for any of these conditions (including high blood pressure or high cholesterol)

Our specialist nurse will ask you questions about yourself and carry out a short examination, including a check on your blood pressure. She will also give you any necessary advice about things you can do to help yourself and also make arrangements for you to see the doctor should any change to your medication be required.

You will be asked to have a blood test a few days before your clinic appointment, and to bring an early morning sample of urine with you when you see the nurse.

Research over the past few years has shown much more clearly what steps can be taken to reduce your risk of further heart or related problems and so we would encourage you to attend when invited.

DIABETIC CLINIC

Patients with diabetes are invited to attend the surgery for a review on an annual basis and on various days.

The visit will last about half an hour, and you will see the practice nurse and then the doctor.

You will be asked to have a blood test a few days before your surgery appointment and to bring an early morning sample of urine with you when you attend.

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Opening Times

  • Monday
    07:30am - 18:30pm
  • Tuesday
    08:00am - 18:30pm
  • Wednesday
    08:00am - 18:30pm
  • Thursday
    07:30am - 18:30pm
  • Friday
    08:00am - 18:30pm
  • Saturday
    08:00am - 11:00am (2nd Saturday of each month, depending on statutory holidays)
  • Sunday
    CLOSED