Any patients who have recently conceived (fallen pregnant) will need to register with the local midwife service. To do this, please click on the link below and complete this form. The form then needs to be returned to us via. email: email@example.com or by post to our Surgery. If you have any queries please do let us know.
Your initial midwife appointment will be held at Wycombe Birthing Unit and from there it will be decided whether you continue antenatal care in the hospital or at Riverside Surgery.
Our nurses run the childhood immunisation service. Please ring the surgery to book an appointment and remember to bring your child’s red book and book in at reception desk when you arrive.
The Riverside Surgery offers the Meningitis B vaccine to babies alongside other routine vaccinations at 2 months, 4 months, and 12 months, in line with our contractual requirements. The meningitis B vaccination is not offered to children who have attained the age of two at the time of vaccination.
We do not offer private vaccinations for children outside this age group. For those parents who want to consider vaccination for their children outside the age range for the NHS programme, a private vaccination service is offered by many pharmacists and private GP services.
For more information on the Meningitis B Vaccine please see links below.
- Coils & implants
- Dr Hemsley and Dr Foley are qualified to fit coils and implants and Dr Rogers fits coils. Clinics run on Thursday, Friday and occasional Saturdays. Appointments can be booked directly at reception or please book an appointment to have a phone call with one of the doctors to discuss in further detail.
- Contraceptive pill
- All GPs and one of our nurse Emily are able to advise you which contraceptive pill will best suit you. Please book a phone appointment at reception for more information.
- If you need a routine annual pill check, please book with one of our trained nurses.
- Emergency contraception
- Please speak to your nearest pharmacy to obtain a free prescription or ring the surgery for more information.
Cervical smear tests
Cervical cancer can often be prevented. The signs that it may develop can be spotted early on so it can be stopped before it even gets started. We offer the test to all women aged between 25 – 64 yrs old – once you have received your invitation letter from NHS England, make sure you ring and book an appointment with us. It could save your life!
Yearly check-ups and advice on how to manage your condition from fully trained practice nurses are all part of the Riverside service. If you suffer from any of the conditions listed below you are encouraged to attend regular reviews – which can be done by phone in some instances, in order to optimise control and minimise any symptoms.
- Coronary Heart Disease / Hypertension
- Mental Health
- Rheumatoid Arthritis
Due to Covid-19 Pandemic we are adjusting our flu clinics for 2020. We will be inviting eligble patients via. text or letter. We are going to be starting with those who are at highest risk of complications from covid-19 and over the age of 65 years old. You will be sent details about a specific date and one hour time slot. We appreciate that you might not be able to make your allocated appointment slot; if you are unable, we will then release more bookable slots after the 21st October 2020. Please do be patient whilst we vaccinate those at highest risk first. We currently have around 1500 patients on the high risk list.
Am I eligible?
Patients who are at highest risk are those aged 65 and over or are in the current “At Risk” group can have their flu jabs.
“At Risk” means patients with a serious medical condition such as:
- Chronic (long-term) respiratory disease, such as severe asthma, COPD or bronchitis
- Chronic heart disease, such as heart failure
- Chronic kidney disease
- Chronic liver disease
- Chronic neurological disease, such as Parkinson’s disease or motor neurone disease
- A weakened immune system due to disease such as HIV/AIDS, or treatment such as cancer
- Being a carer
The practice maintains a register for all its patients with learning difficulties. Everyone on the register is encouraged to attend an annual health check. If you have any questions please speak to your GP.
Due to lack of resources and funding we are only able to provide a limited minor surgery service. At present, since the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic we are not able to provide any minor surgery services which includes joint injections.
The GPs and nurses can provide confidential advice on sexual health matters. For a full sexual health screen / tests, please contact the bSHaW clinic (contact details below).
- bSHaW (Bucks Sexual Health and Wellbeing): 0300 303 2880 (previously known as GUM and Contraception Clinics)
- Order chlamydia postal testing kits: www.tht.org.uk/sexual-health/Young-people/Young-and-Free
- Sexual Health Bucks: www.sexualhealthbucks.nhs.uk
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At present, since the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic, we are not able to offer travel vaccination appointments.
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