For intimate examinations the doctor or patient may prefer that a chaperone is present. All our staff are trained for chaperoning and if you wish to have a chaperone during your consultation with the doctor or nurse please ask at the reception prior to your appointment. Should a chaperone not be available an alternative appointment will be offered.
Shrewsbury Road Surgery is a PMS (Personal Medical Services) practice and provides the following:
Vaccinations/Immunisations (Children and Adults)
Child Health Surveillance
Influenza Clinics (October - January)
Learning Difficulties Health Check
. For advice on how to access the services, please ask at reception.
Every Wednesday morning - By appointment only
Community Minor Surgery
Every Thursday and two Saturdays in a month - By appointment only
Monday afternoon, alternate Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday afternoons - By appointment only.
Child Health Clinic
Alternate Tuesday afternoon - By appointment only
Wednesday afternoon - By appointment only
All childhood vaccinations are provided by appointment on Monday afternoons. Travel and specific adult vaccinations are also done by appointment on Tuesday afternoons.
NHS Health Check
Monday and Tuesday afternoon and Thursday morning - By appointment only
Friday morning - By appointment only
New Patient Screening
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday morning - By appointment only
The health visitor is available for advice on a variety of issues including weaning, breast feeding, immunisation, child care, family concerns. The health visitor can be contacted on 020 8586 5161 or 020 8565 5048.
The midwives are actively involved in antenatal and postnatal care and can be contacted on 020 3182 1000 at St. Stephen's Midwifery Group Practice.
If you are a senior patient and would like an annual check please contact the surgery for an appointment.
Do you look after a relative, friend or child who is unable to manage due to physical or mental disability, long term illness, mental illness or old age? Please let us know as we can provide additional support and an annual carers review. Carers Leeds also offers a wide range of support services for carers and can be contacted on 0113 246 8338.
If you have been requested to bring a specimen for testing please ensure that you drop it off at the practice by 10.00am in the designated area. You may alternatively take it to Newham General Hospital.
Secondary Care Treatment
Patients who are not entitled to NHS treatment may be charged at the secondary care rate.
Fees For Private Services
The practice provides some non NHS services which are chargeable. A list of fees for these services is displayed in the waiting area. A copy of this list can also be obtained at the reception. This includes items such as private medicals, taxi medicals, any forms/letters completed and some travel vaccinations.
PLEASE NOTE THAT WE DO NOT COUNTERSIGN ANY PASSPORT OR NATURALISATION APPLICATIONS.
A small charge is made for some services, eg:
|Private health insurance form
|Certificate for Meningitis (ACWY)
|Hepatitis B (3 course of injections & blood tests request/copies of the results)
The above may be subject to change at short notice. Please check with reception. There will also be a charge to obtain certificates, letters and private prescriptions from doctors and practice nurses.
Minor Ailment Scheme
Our Practice is taking part in a new scheme working in conjunction with the local pharmacies. This will help you with minor illnesses. For more details ask at your local pharmacy or your receptionist at the surgery.