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Jubilee Medical Centre

Services - Clinics

Please note that all clinics are by appointment only.

Doctors and Nurse Practitioners

Our Clinicians work to a rota that is subject to frequent change; if you wish to see a particular Doctor or Nurse Practitioner, please ask the Receptionist when you make the appointment and we will do our best to accommodate you. Please note that nearly all our staff work part time and the number of pre-bookable appointments with a particular clinician is, unfortunately, limited.

Practice Nurse

Medication reviews, diabetic, asthma, COPD and heart checks, cervical smears, travel vaccinations, contraceptive pill checks

                         Morning            Afternoon
Monday             8.30 - 12.00      1.00 - 5.00
Tuesday            8.00 - 12.30      1.30 - 5.45
Wednesday       8.00 - 10.45      2.00 - 5.45
Thursday           8.00 - 12.00      2.00 - 4.45
Friday                Baby Clinic       1.15 - 5.00

Healthcare Assistant

Health checks, blood pressure, contraceptive pill checks, new patient assessments.

                         Morning          Afternoon

Tuesday          8.00 - 12:00
Wednesday     8.00 - 12.00     1.30 - 5.00
Thursday        8.00 - 12:00
Friday                                      1.00 - 5.00

Antenatal Clinic (Community midwives)

Wednesday 9.00 pm - 11:30 am
If you are newly pregnant, please ask for a double appointment with the community midwife. Care during pregnancy is supervised mainly by the community midwives and doctors at the surgery with occasional visits to the hospital antenatal clinic.

Well Baby Clinics

Tuesday 1.30 pm - 2.30 pm.
Clinic held by Doctor.
First Immunisations and developmental reviews.
Friday 9.30 am - 11.50 am.
Clinic held by Practice Nurse
Immunisations, weighing and general advice.

New Patient Assessments

Please book an appointment with the Health Care Assistant.

Minor Surgery

Some joint injections, removal of small lumps & bumps, in-growing toenails, etc. If suitable, the doctor will arrange a time following initial assessment.

Wart Clinic

Once a month. Liquid nitrogen is used to freeze stubborn warts or verrucas. You may make an appointment directly but please note it is not suitable for very young children. Children under 16 should be accompanied by their parents/guardians.

Counselling

The clinical staff can refer you for counselling to "Talk Liverpool" to help with things like bereavement, stress, anxiety, relationship difficulties, etc.  You can also self refer to "Talk Liverpool"

Family Planning

The practice will advise on all aspects of family planning and we have recently started fitting coils and implants. The practice nurse is able to do 6 monthly pill checks.

District Nurses

District Nurses are located in Treatment Rooms organised by the Liverpool Community Health.
Doctors will refer patients where necessary.