Clinics & Services

The Spa Medical Practice provides the usual services for our patients which include:

Cervical Screening for women from the age of 25

From the age of 25 to 49 you will be offered a cervical smear every three years and from the age of 50 to 64 you will be recalled every five years. Invitations are sent from Primary Care Support England and the smear is taken by either Practice Nurse Caroline Gaynor or Angela Lapworth.

When you receive your invite please telephone the surgery on 772389 and option 2 to make a twenty minute appt with the either of our practice nurses.

Midwife Clinics

As of April 2021 the Midwives no longer have a clinic at the practice. 

You can self-refer to the clinic by emailing the team on wah-tr.teamamethystmidwives@nhs.net

Child Health Surveillance

The Health visitors offer Droitwich Baby and Child Health Clinics at two locations. 

On a Wednesday at WANDS, Farmers Way, Droitwich, WR9 9BF between 09.30 and 11.30 and on a Friday at Droitwich Medical Centre, Ombersley Street East, WR9 8RD between 10.00 and 11.30am on the first floor.

Hearing Health Checks

Scrivens Hearing Care now provides for our patients aged 55 and over a free new NHS hearing service in the medical centre. The free service includes a comprehensive hearing assessment, fitting of digital hearing aids (where required), ongoing aftercare support and batteries.

If you would like an appointment please ring 01905 772389.

For further information https://scrivens.com/hearing/nhs-hearing/

Diabetes, COPD, Asthma, Stroke or TIA, Coronary Heart Disease

We offer comprehensive management of the above chronic diseases for our patients. It is essential for all our patients with a chronic disease to have regular monitoring checks with the Practice nurse. If you have any of the conditions listed above please make an appointment in your month of birth in the appropriate clinic.  

Contraceptive Checks

The practice offers a contraception service for patients of all ages, which is confidential and includes emergency contraception.

Please make an appointment with the practice nurse for follow up contraceptive checks. Unfortunately the practice does not insert or remove contraceptive implants.

Droitwich Sexual Health walk in service from 16.10.2018 is an appointment only service.

Appointments will be available every Tuesday morning between 09.15 and 11.30 and will be available to book the day before. 

To book an appointment please ring 01562 514512 on Mondays between 15.30 and 17.00

Clinical Pharmacist

Telepone appointments are available for our patients with our Clinical Pharmacist Mr Mohammed Jivraj.

Clinical Pharmacists are highly qualified healthcare professionals who train for many years to become specialists in medicines and how they work. They work directly with the General Practice Team, to ensure the safe and effective use of medicines to enable the best possible outcomes for patients.

Clinical Pharmacists can provide expert advice on medication. They can help patients by making sure the medicines are right for you, reviewing medicines and helping with lifestyle changes to help manage conditions.

Our Clinical Pharmacist can also see patients for annual Asthma and Hypertension reviews.

Stop Smoking Advice

Regrettably, the practice is no longer funded by Worcestershire County Council to provide Quit Smoking Advice and GPs are unable to issue your prescriptions for your Nicotine Replacement Therapy medication.  If you need help and support to quit smoking please refer to the County Council Website www.nhs.uk/smokefree.

Chaperones

The doctors and nurses at the surgery are aware of the difficulties faced by both patients and themselves when carrying out intimate examinations unsupervised in the consulting room.
Please do not be afraid to request a chaperone to be present in the room - we will not be offended.

Care Navigators Social Prescribing

Social Prescribing recognises that some of life’s problems can make you unwell and health conditions harder to deal with. Medical treatment may only be part of the solution.  Social Prescribing offers options to link patients with local support sources to improve your health and wellbeing.   

The Social Prescriber works with patients to identify the issues, difficulties and challenges they face and explore what is important to them. They support the patient to access local services and activities.  This includes a wide range of options, eg: advice and information on; housing, finance, benefits support, education and learning, healthy lifestyle, social activities and mentoring.

Please speak to a member of the practice to get a referral to the Neighbourhood Social Prescriber.

 

Other Services that Spa Medical Practice offer: 

Diagnostic Ultrasound

We run a town based ultrasound clinic offering a wide range of scans on a Tuesday and Thursday. The clinics are at either Spa Medical Practice or Corbett Medical Practice. Please note a referral is needed from your doctor to access this service. Please see the attached sheet for Ultrasound instructions.  If you are diabetic please note you can eat up to three hours before your scan but please eat something light such as crackers, digestive biscuits, salad etc. Squash can be drunk and it is advisable to bring biscuits for after the scan.    J

Minor Surgery

The GPs run a minor surgery clinic for patients only registered at Spa Medical Practice. They are able to remove certain skin lesions under local anaesthetic for our patients.  If you have a skin lesion you are worried about or would like removed then make a appointment with your GP at Spa Medical Practice first and they will be able to assess whether it could be removed in the minor surgery clinic for patients only. You will be put onto a waiting list and contacted with an appointment when one becomes available. 

Self Referral for Physio

Do you have musculo-skeletal pain?  A GP appointment is NOT required if you want to ask for a Physiotherapist appointment?

Droitwich patients can directly self-refer to the local Physiotherapy Team for help with their musculo-skeletal condition.  Here is a information leaflet Self refer to physio leaflet

  • Go to the website -  hacw.nhs.uk/our-services/physiotherapy/move-to-improve/
  • Simply fill in a secure self-referral form on the website with your details together with a brief outline of your problem. 
  • A member of the local Physio team will then contact you directly.              (January 2018)   

Minor Injuries

As of September 2017 the practice is no longer a minor injury unit. If it is an injury that may need sutures or xray please go to your nearest Minor injury unit. In Droitwich this will be either the Princess of Wales hospital in Bromsgrove or Worcester Royal Hospital.

 

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