Clinics and Services
We offer a range of clinics and services including those below. For more information, please visit our Health Review and Assessment Clinic Room.
If you would like to attend any of the below clinics, please visit our Consulting Room.
Our practice provides the following services:
The practice provides joint antenatal care alongside the community midwives. Our community midwives are based at Kingston Hospital. They can be contacted directly on 020 8934 2626.
For more information about antenatal care, please visit our Antenatal Care Page.
To minimise the risk of complications of asthma, it is advisable to have regular reviews. You will either need to be seen by Kate or if you have been advised by the surgery to submit an annual review of your asthma symptoms, please complete an Asthma Review Form.
For most blood tests you do not need to do anything specific prior to coming in.
Our nursing team carries out cervical screening.
All women aged 25-64 are eligible for a smear test as part of the national screening programme. Cervical screening is offered because it can detect abnormal cell changes in the cervix that could potentially develop in to cancer. If significant abnormalities are detected at an early stage there is the option of having treatment to remove them before they have a chance to become cancerous.
You can watch a video about what to expect during your smear test at www.nhs.uk/video/Pages/cervical-screening.
As soon as you have received your invitation letter in the post from the national screening programme you can either request an appointment with a nurse or healthcare assistant or contact reception to make an appointment.
Our practice nurses carry out these appointments and will be happy to discuss your child’s vaccines with you. If you have any questions or concerns, they will be happy to talk to you about this.
You need to book an eight week check for your baby with Kate or Jan, where they will carry out a physical examination similar to that which is undertaken within 24 hours of birth. They will then be able to give the first set of immunisations at the same appointment. You can find the full childhood immunisation schedule and more information about each vaccine at www.nhs.uk/conditions/vaccinations.
To minimise the risks of COPD it is advisable to have regular reviews. Kate is our respiratory specialist nurse, Barbara carries out annual reviews and Dr Bimal Raja and Dr Haythem Naseef both have an interest in respiratory medicine.
You can find out more information about how you can manage your COPD at www.blf.org.uk/support-for-you/copd.
If you have been advised by the surgery to submit an annual review of your COPD symptoms, please complete a COPD Assessment Form.
The practice has 2 nurses who care for patients with diabetes, Jo and Jan.
Jo runs a diabetic clinic on a Tuesday morning, jointly with Karen, one of our HCAs. Karen takes some initial measurements, such as BP, BMI and will perform your foot check. You will then see Jo to discuss your diabetic care. If you cannot attend the Tuesday morning clinic, alternative times can be made available.
Jan is a Tier 3 diabetic nurse and able to see patients with complex or uncontrolled diabetes. She is trained in insulin initiation and regularly meets with Mark Spring, Consultant Endocrinologist, to plan the care of her patients.
The Diabetes UK website has lots of useful information about your condition, and how to live well with diabetes.
Ear Wax and Ear Irrigation
Never try to clean the ear canal with cotton buds, hair grips, pens etc. as this can only make the problem worse. The wax can be pushed further into the ear canal making it very difficult to remove. It may also cause an ear infection.
A doctor or nurse can look into the ear to check if an excessive amount of wax is present. A plug of wax is not a serious problem, but may be a nuisance if it dulls hearing.
Ear Irrigation Information (pdf)
We are able to offer hearing tests for patients if you have concerns about your hearing. These are booked in the afternoons at the Kingston branch.
Minor Operations And Joint Injections
The practice runs a monthly minor surgery clinic. These appointments are only available via internal referral from one of our GPs. If your condition is not suitable to for minor surgery in the practice, you will be referred to a local minor surgery clinic.
Dr Naseef is able to do joint injections. There are 20 minute appointments and are only available once you have been assessed by a GP at the practice as requiring a joint injection.
When you have a joint injection you will need to rest the injected joint for a week afterwards. Returning to heavy manual work, or long distance driving, immediately afterwards impedes the improvement the injection can offer.
NHS Health Checks
If you are aged between 40-74 and do not have any pre-existing medical conditions we would like to invite you to attend a free NHS Health Check here at practice with one of our Health Care Assistants. To book your NHS Health check you can request an appointment with a nurse or healthcare assistant.
For more information about NHS health checks, please visit our NHS Health Checks Page.
Postnatal Care Clinics
Postnatal appointments can be booked with the doctor at any time. When making a postnatal appointment, please advise the receptionist at the time of booking as the appointment is longer in length.
You should have a postnatal check about six weeks after giving birth to make sure you are feeling well and are recovering properly.
If you would like more information on the postnatal check you can view information on the NHS: Postnatal Check page.
At The Churchill Medical we are very excited to let you know we have added a new Physiotherapy service to our practice.
This is open to all our patients and anyone can make an appointment without seeing the doctor first. If you have any sprains, strains, joint pains or stiffness you may benefit from seeing our physiotherapist. Our experienced physios will conduct a thorough assessment, order any tests you may need and give you the very best advice on recovery.
We are very fortunate to offer this service and are one of the first doctor surgeries to do so.
If you believe you would benefit from this service then please ring our reception on 020 3727 2230 to make an appointment today.
Smoking Cessation Clinics
These appointments are with our healthcare assistants who are able to offer advice and support on quitting.
Your first appointment with Karen or Alex will be 30 minutes long and they will discuss with you the range of support measures available to you.
You can also visit www.nhs.uk/smokefree to find out how you can get free help today.
If you have been advised by the surgery to submit a smoking review on a regular basis, please use our Smoking Review Form.
You will have a single spirometry test as part of a COPD annual review or as part of your ongoing respiratory monitoring.
For more information about our spirometry clinics, please visit our Spirometry Clinics Page.
If you have been advised by the surgery to submit a travel risk assessment, please use our Travel Risk Assessment Form.
Contact us 4-6 days after handing in your Travel Risk Assessment Form to find out what vaccines you need.
The nurses will look through your past vaccination history and check the vaccines you require for the country you are visiting before preparing your personal vaccination requirements.
Please try to contact us at least two months prior to departure to allow time for your vaccinations to take effect. Not all vaccinations are free on the NHS, please visit our Non-NHS Work Page.