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Bartongate Surgery115 Barton StreetGloucester, GL1 4HRTel: 01452 422944
Please ask at reception if you wish to make an appointment for one of the specialist clinics held at the surgery, which include:
Vaccinations and pre-school immunisations, blood tests and swabs are also available - ask for details.
Antenatal Clinics are held at the surgery on a Monday & Friday afternoon– if you know you are pregnant phone reception to book an appointment with the midwife.
Baby Clinic run by our health visitors at Bartongate Children’s Centre, Sinope Street on Wednesdays from 10:00 - 11:30am
The surgery also offers additional services run by other agencies, which your doctor will refer you to if appropriate. These include:
Independence Trust (Gloucestershire Drug & Alcohol Service)
PCATT (Mental Health Nurse)
NHS Travel Vaccinations are offered at the Practice however patients are required to complete and return the patient Travel Vaccination form. You can find this attached below or obtain a copy from reception at the Surgery.
Travel forms are required to be returned at least 8-10 weeks before traveling. If the departure date has not been filled in the form then we will not be able to accept or offer an appointment.
Please be aware that we only have a select number of available appointments to offer. Due to this we currently have a waiting list so we may not be able to offer an appointment before travel.
Please note that we only offer NHS travel vaccinations and should you require any privately it is the patients responsibility to source themselves.
Travel Health Questionnaire
The below form is required to be completed and returned to the surgery at least 8-10 weeks before travelling.
Travel Vaccination Form
Some services provided are not covered under our contract with the NHS and therefore attract charges. Examples include the following:
The fees charged are based on the British Medical Association (BMA) suggested scales and our reception staff will be happy to advise you about them along with appointment availability.
For any request for letters/medical records, please complete the form below and return via email to Bartongate.firstname.lastname@example.org
Request for Medical Information
There may be a charge for any letter requests where we will require payment in advance. In these cases we will inform you of the payment details.
Change Of Address Form
Ear syringing should only be used as a last resort as it is an invasive procedure that can carry risks.
It may be possible for you to prevent wax build up by a regular maintenance of weekly Olive Oil (as described below).
If wax has built up, 7-14 days of Olive Oil drops may avoid the need for ear syringing, as it can encourage expulsion of wax on its own. Drops should be instilled two to three times a day for a minimum of one week, preferably two. The wax is softened and it often breaks up after using the drops. Flakes or crusts usually fall out bit by bit.
To do this successfully, you must:
Before having your ears syringed, please mention to the Nurse if you have had surgery to your ears or perforated ear drum.
During the ear syringing, please inform the Nurse immediately if the water is either too hot or too cold, or if you experience pain.
Ear syringing can cause dizziness. Potential risks include:
Please dry your ears thoroughly after syringing.
This is a telephone service offering early advice and support for people with back, neck, joint problems or problems following an injury.
A trained physiotherapist will ask you a number of questions to fully understand your problem. The physiotherapist will discuss the best way of helping you manage this problem.
This may include advice, exercise suggestions or an appointment to look at your problem with a physiotherapist. All Patients needing an appointment are seen according to the priority of their condition.
Open Monday to Friday 9am-4pm (Closed for lunch 12pm-1pm)
Telephone 0300 422 8128
Podiatry Self-Referral Details
Telephone: 0300 421 8800
Online Self-Referral Form: https://www.glos-care.nhs.uk/our-services/specialist-care/podiatry
Address: Gloucestershire Royal Hospital
The Podiatry Department
Gloucestershire Royal Hospital
Great Western Road
Podiatry Self Referral Form
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