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NHS clinics and services - practice

We provide a full range of services under contract to NHS England ( NHS England » GP Contract). The range of clinics includes:

Health promotion

There is further information on improving your general health under healthy living.

Disease prevention – screening

  • Cervical cytology: Support with cervical screening includes information and a helpline to help with having a smear.
  • Child health surveillance with the support of our local health visiting team.

Available practice clinics


Includes all common conditions: asthma, COPD, diabetes, hypertension, coronary heart disease, heart failure, atrial fibrillation, stroke and TIAs, epilepsy, chronic kidney disease, hypothyroidism, dementia and more. There is more information under our practice section Long Term Conditions (including a link to more information about common long-term conditions for adults and children).

Diabetes Clinics
These are run by Jeanne Rooney Practice Nurse & Rucha Puri Clinical Pharmacist, across the week and are available by appointment.

Contraception service: there is more information on contraception and the available options including the increasingly popular long-acting reversible contraception (LARCs) under Women’s Health.

There is also further information on various aspects of sexual health including accessing various sexual health services under Sexual Health.

Coil / implant contraceptive devices at the surgery
Please see a GP first for contraceptive counselling, and then you will be able to book with Dr Nishee Calandrini for the fitting of the coil/ implant contraceptive device.

Maternity medical services with the support of our local maternity team. There is more information on pregnancy and local services under Pregnancy including how to self-refer to the local hospital.

Self-book allowed for patients with regular blood test monitoring, otherwise on GP request / authorisation.
Appointments pre-book about 10 days in advance.
For urgent blood tests you may be asked to attend the drop-in phlebotomy clinic at Wexham Park Hospital. The phlebotomy clinics at the surgery are run on Tuesday & Friday mornings.

We also provide some enhanced NHS services which include

  • Anti-coagulant monitoring
  • Near patient testing
  • Phlebotomy
  • Physiotherapy
  • Counselling
  • Acupuncture
  • Post Operative: suture/ staple removals
  • Zoladex injections

Surgical services
Minor surgery.

Other local clinics - external organisations

We have qualified phlebotomists from Wexham Park Hospital running blood test clinics at the surgery.

Phlebotomy service
Self-book allowed for patients with regular blood test monitoring, otherwise on GP request / authorisation.
Appointments pre-book about 10 days in advance.
For urgent blood tests you may be asked to attend the drop-in phlebotomy clinic at Wexham Park Hospital. The phlebotomy clinics at the surgery are run on Tuesday and Friday mornings.

Baby Clinics
Baby clinics for well children with the Health Visitor are held at:

  • Farnham Common Library on Wednesday morning
  • Burnham Health Centre on Thursday morning

Please call the Health Visitor to make an appointment. Their contact details can be found in contact details under the tab “community teams working with the practice”.

Audiology – Help in Hearing are audiologists who will supply and service private hearing aids.  For appointments telephone 01753 642687.

Osteopath – David Norton will see a limited number of NHS patients when referred specifically by a doctor or privately by ringing him on 01753 646381.

Private Podiatry – contact Derry Locke for appointments telephone 07786 078766

NHS podiatry
You can self refer to an NHS podiatrist as follows:

Podiatrist NHS Community services – adults

Podiatry Children: See under Podiatry Support in NHS Community services -children to download a form

Please note NHS appointments are not offered locally.

There are a number of clinics and services which are provided on our premises by external organisations:

Oxford mental health trust provide
Antipsychotic depo injections

Our primary care network supports the following clinics and services which are used by our practice population.

Threeways surgery has on site:
Out of hours base

In practice self-referrals

There may be some support in the practice you can access directly without needing to go through a doctor or nurse. For example, this might include a NHS physiotherapist or voluntary service. Any “in practice self-referrals” can be found in the self-referral section under Contact Details And Self-Referral.

NHS screening - national clinics

Many of the national screening programmes such as breast screening take place outside the practice, we fully support these national programmes and would encourage all our patients to take up these opportunities when you are invited.

There are links to easy reading support and helplines included below if you think you may have missed your screening opportunity.

As NHS choices suggest
“Screening is a way of finding out if people have a higher chance of having a health problem, so that early treatment can be offered or information given to help them make informed decisions.”
“NHS screening.” NHS choices website. Retrieved 19 July 2023.

Information and helplines for national screening
Under Screening we provide information on

  • The national screening programme including breast screening, bowel screening, and much more.
  • Who to contact if you think you have missed your screening opportunity.
  • Easy reading and multi-language support.

Travel clinic - practice

Some vaccinations are available free on the NHS, some are private. Our practice service can be found under travel clinic and general information on travel health can be found under Holiday and Travel Health.

Alternatives to services we no longer offer

For various reasons we may stop offering clinics and services that we have offered in the past. Any services we have stopped are included below:

Regrettably due to the increased demands on our service we are no longer able to offer an ear syringing service.  We have continued to offer this service for as long as we could without receiving any funding to do so but unfortunately the Partners have had to come to the difficult decision to prioritise the services for which we are contracted by NHS England. This procedure is not included in our GMS contract. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause but we are sure you will appreciate that we need appointments for things that are specified within the ‘core contract of services that we have to provide’.

Another option available to you is to find a private provider such as:

  • Chalfont Hearing Centre, 01494 765144
  • Help in Hearing, 0345 222 0579
  • Rickmansworth Earwax Removal Clinic, 0800 1337 987
  • Specsavers, 01895 256010

Disclaimer: The practice takes no responsibility for services given by other private providers.

Videos and podcasts

Many people prefer to see a video or listen to a podcast as it offers a different way to understand health information. On the videos and podcasts page there are links to some relevant videos and podcasts covering various topics relating to our  clinics and local services, including under wellbeing and disease prevention, health conditions including long term conditions, pregnancy and more.

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