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Ochilview PracticeHealth CentrePark DrStenhousemuir, FK5 3BBTel: 01324 554136
To check weight, blood pressure, urine for cervical smears and general health advice.
For routine testing of height, weight, blood pressure, urinanalysis and assessment of diet, smoking, exercise and lifestyle.
To monitor the growth and development of pre-school children.
We advise this for every child in the practice. These are done by an Immunisation Team. Appointments will be sent directly from the Immunisation Clinic. Th telephone contact number is 01786454599
For continuing care during pregnancy and after the baby is born.
We carry out an active policy of coronary prevention. The practice nurse is available to assess risk factors and advise on heart disease.
A variety of minor surgical procedures are carried out in the surgery
Patients on Warfarin are monitored by the practice nurse in the surgery. The clinic is held on a Wednesday morning.
Regular clinics to improve the health of patients with asthma.
To ensure optimum control of diabetes to minimise the risk of complications.
Advice given on all aspects of family planning and fertility advice.
We offer to see every patient over 75 in the practice annually. We will offer a visit to housebound patients.
(including HGV, BUPA claims, pre-employment medical, and insurance claims) This is arranged by the receptionist who can tell you the fee involved.
If you are aged between 16 and 74 and have not had a consultation within the last 3 years you are invited to make an appointment with the practice nurse for a general health check. Patients aged 75 or over who have not had a consultation for more than 12 months may do the same.
We no longer do Immunisations at the Practice and this is now dealt with through the Immunisations team.
Immunisations can be contacted on 01786454599
Page under development (Spring 2021)
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Guide to measuring waist circumference (from diabetes UK)
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