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The Medical Centre 140 Holloway RoadLondon, N7 8DDTel: 020 7607 8259
Clinics and Services offered in the surgery
24 hr Ambulatory Blood Pressure monitoring
Chronic Disease Management
MyType1Diabetes is a free online platform to support adults to manage their Type 1 diabetes. It is available at www.mytype1diabetes.nhs.uk.
Carers Hub provided by Carers UK (see Carers, under Further Information on the right)
Cervical screening - smear tests
Book an appointment with the practice nurse midcycle, so 2 weeks after the beginning of your monthly period
Counselling (also see Useful contact info, under Further Information)
Mother and Baby
PhlebotomyYou can book an appointment with Gill, our Healthcare Assistant, when you need a blood test to be done. She starts at 8am on Wednesdays and Fridays.
Stop Smoking Clinic
Teenage Clinic See the nurse for information about sexual health and contraception, and general lifestyle advice (strictly confidential, for all ages)
Well Man / Well Woman Clinics
Wound care, including dressings and removal of stitches
The Brandon Centre is for young people aged 12 to 21 years and offers:
- contraception and sexual health services - counselling and psychotherapy services
The Brandon Centre also offers a parenting programme for parents and carers who are having difficulty controlling the behaviour of their teenage child (age 12-16).
26 Prince of Wales Road
London NW5 3LG
tel. 020 7267 4792
This clinic offers a sexual dysfunction service at St Mary's Hospital, Paddington for problems including
- erectile difficulties
- loss of sexual desire
- painful or difficult intercourse
Patients cannot self-refer but they can attend the St Mary's walk-in clinic at the Jefferiss Wing without an appointment.
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Tel. 020 3312 6626
Over one million people in the UK have conditions, scarring or marks that affect the appearance of their face or body. Changing Faces supports people with the emotional and social effects of looking different .
Changing Faces works with adults, children and their parents and offers:
- one-to-one emotional and practical support
- group sessions which focus on building skills to handle people's reactions
- practical self-help guides
- skin camouflage
If you, or someone you know, could benefit from this service you can contact Changing Faces by
- phone : 0300 0120 275
- email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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