Clinics & Services
This is carried out by the doctor and assisted by the practice nurse or HCA.
This may include for example the removal or freezing of a wart or cyst, steroid injection for painful bone conditions i.e. tennis elbow, frozen shoulder.
Contraceptive services and advice, including contraception implant fitting service and emergency contraception is available to all , please make an appointment with Chris Corbett, Practice Nurse.
For emergency contraception it is advisable to seek advice as soon as possible either at the surgery during normal hours or after 6.30pm contact The Brook Clinic or MKUCS. These services are entirely confidential and can be given either by your doctor or your local family planning clinic.
Milton Keynes Hospital also provide Sexual Health & Family Planning services please call 0300 303 8273 for appointments details and walk in clinics.
You can visit https://contraceptionchoices.org to find the right contraception for you.
Sexually transmitted diseases are common and can affect any sexually active individual. If you think you may have a sexually transmitted disease you can seek confidential advice from your doctor or from Milton Keynes sexual health clinic: Tel No: 0300 303 8273.
HIV testing drop-in clinic
This is available at CMK Medical Centre every Tuesday between 15.00 - 18.00.
There is also a drop-in clinics on:
Monday at Spotlight Resource Centre MK2 3QL 10am to 12pm
Monday at Fishermead Health Centre, Fishermead Boulevard MK6 2LR. 1pm - 4pm
Thursday at Wolverton Health Centre MK12 5DF 3pm - 6pm
Saturdays Every 1st, 3rd & 5th of the month at Broughton Gate Medical Centre MK10 7EF 10am - 2pm
Please note that these are all walk in clinics, patients are seen in order of arrival. For more information please call 0777 304 9566
Some diseases can be prevented or treated more successfully through early detection by screening. In view of this we encourage our patients to attend for the following procedures:
Cervical Screening (Smear test)
A recall system exists to call eligible women between the ages of 25 and 64 years for regular smear tests according to national protocols. Appointments are made with the nursing staff.
Routine Breast Screening
Arranged by the NHS health authority, is available to all women between 50 and 70 years of age. Patients are informed of their appointment by letter. A leaflet containing further details is available at the surgery. Breast Awareness is encouraged in all women of all ages.
Bowel Cancer Screening
Bowel screening is available to all patients between the age of 60 - 74. You will be contacted by letter.
Testicular Self Examination
It is important that all men, particularly those aged 15-40, examine their testicles regularly and if they become aware of any changes, e.g. pain, swelling etc, they should make an appointment to see a GP. Information is available at the surgery.
Clinics and Other Services
Cervical Smear Screening
Family Planning Advice
Travel Advice and immunisation
Coronary Heart Disease
Child & Baby immunisation
Minor Surgery Clinic
Contraceptive implant fitting
Family Planning Clinic
All patients who feel they would benefit from attending one of our clinics are welcome to discuss an appointment with our reception staff.
If you have had a positive pregnancy test at home please complete a midwife contact form www.mkuh.nhs.uk/maternity-services/antenatal-self-referral-form and the midwives will get in contact with you.
. The midwife will then contact you to make an appointment.
Adult Social Care Drop in sessions
Do you have questions about social care, being a carer for someone or just need information?
It can be difficult to know if you or a loved one either needs care, is eligible for care or what the financial implicates are.
The Integrated Community Support Team is setting up drop in sessions in your local medical centre twice a month to help you understand the process and the options better.
This is now available at the following medical centres:
- The Grove
- Walnut Tree
- Milton Keynes Village
- Central Milton Keynes
NHS National Diabetes Programme
NHS Diabetes Prevention Programme