Clinics & Services
If you think you are pregnant, please make an appointment at the surgery as soon as you know. All the doctors carry out antenatal care, and share your care with our midwife team.
Baby and Child Development
All the partners are accredited for child health surveillance. The Health Visiting Service specialise in general health advice, developmental and hearing checks for pre-school children. They monitor the development of young children and are the first point of contact for problems with childhood feeding, behavioural; bed-wetting and sleep difficulties in the young. Please use their vast range of experience.
Smoke Stop Clinic
Advice on how to give up smoking is available from Quit4Life. They hold a clinic every Monday 16:15 – 17:15 at Forest Surgery which patients can attend without appointment. Smoking is not allowed within the Surgery building.
You will be contacted by the surgery at the appropriate time and informed of the immunisations required. We have regular immunization sessions run by our specially trained Practice Nursing staff. Please remember to bring your child's Personal Health Record Book.
The asthma clinic is nurse lead and advises and monitors any asthma sufferers. We like to monitor our asthma patients regularly to update you on new advances in asthma care Please ask at reception for an appointment.
Our specialist nurses offer regular follow up for all insulin and drug or diet controlled diabetics. Regular eye check-ups may be arranged through your optician. A mobile Retinal Screening unit aims to do annual screening test on all diabetics and visits Bordon twice yearly. If you have not received an appointment please contact reception.
Blood Pressure Monitoring
Appointments can be made with a Health Care Assistant for blood pressure monitoring and if raised you will be referred on to a doctor for advice and treatment as appropriate. Both practices have blood pressure machines available for patients use in the waiting room.
Local Anaesthetic Procedures
Certain doctors are qualified to provide this service. Excision of minor lumps and skin lesions, joint injections and aspirations are also available if appropriate. Please book for an assessment through reception.
All female patients aged 25 to 64 years should be tested every 3 -5 years. Cervical Smear appointments can be made with the practice nurses.
Social Services Tel. 0300 555 1386
Social Services specialise in the assessment of care needs of patients over 65 years of age. If you feel that you or a relative or friend is not coping at home, social services can provide help and advice, and depending on your circumstances, to reduce the burden of household chores and help with the daily necessities. It is not necessary to see a doctor or nurse first, please contact them directly.