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Glastonbury Surgery Feversham LaneGlastonbury, BA6 9LPTel: 01458 833666
For all info relating to Coronavirus, including Fit Notes, Isolation Notes, Coping with lockdown, Asthma/COPD and Testing, please use the Coronavirus tab on the right.
Please Do Not Delay Seeking Medical Help for Non-Coronavirus Related Illness, medical services are reporting increasing numbers of sick adults and children presenting late to hospital because of concerns about being exposed to Covid-19. We are open and clinicians are still here to help with your health concerns.
In addition to general medical consultations we are pleased to be able to provide specialist clinics and services covering the following areas:
Please download this travel form, or collect one from the surgery reception, and complete it as fully as possible.
Please also take the time to visit www.fitfortravel.nhs.uk to read up about Hepatitis B, rabies, and other risk factors that may be relevant to your travels, so that when you see the nurse you are well informed.
Please then book an appointment with a nurse and bring your completed form with you.
If you do not being your completed form with you we cannot address your travel needs safely in the allotted appointment time and may have to send you away to rebook.
At this initial appointment the nurse will discuss your requirements. You may not receive any vaccinations at this first appointment, but, if necessary, appointments will then be made for your vaccines.
If you are going on an extended, complex trip visiting several countries, please book a double appointment initially.
We recommend you book your appointment a minimum of 6 weeks before you are due to travel, as some vaccines are given as courses over weeks.
The surgery does not have last minutes appointments available, and any travel vaccination should be given a minimum of two weeks before you go, so please plan your trip to the surgery well in advance.
If you book in with a nurse too close to your travel date we may not be able to offer you vaccines. Alternatively, you could visit a travel clinic.
It is not possible to provide all services under the National Health Service and the following tables show the current level of private fees and the services for which you may have to pay.
If you have any concerns about the level of fee involved, please discuss this with your doctor prior to requesting the service.
List of charges @ April 2019
CERTIFICATES AND FORMS
Private sick note
Holiday vaccination Certificate
Holiday cancellation certificate
Fit to travel Certificate
BUPA/PPP/Private medical insurance claim
Sickness/Accident/Insurance Benefit Claim
Letter from GP
Medical Examination FormS and Reports
Fee for medical consultation
(private patient per hour to include private Rx charges)
£197.50; £45.00 per 10 min appt
Pre-employment with report
HGV/PSV/Taxi Driver Examination with full medical
Elderly Driver Fitness Certificate with full medical
Racing Driver Fitness Certificate with full medical
Sports Medicals (including driving)
Private Medical Reports
Childminder Health Form
Private Foster or Adoption Medicals (not County Council)
Insurance Proposal Fees (PMAs)
GP Supplementary Report
ECG Exam & Report at Ins Co Request
Blood Tests (Excluding the pathology lab fees)
Our reception staff will be happy to advise you about appointment availability and applicable charges.
The practice provides a confidential drop-in service for everyone aged 13 - 18. It is held every Thursday between 16:30 - 17:30 and young people who need treatment or advice about sexual health, contraception, eating disorders, drugs, counselling or general health matters are welcome to see either the doctor or practice nurses.
No appointment is necessary and patients are seen in turn as they arrive.
The Glastonbury Surgery is a Somerset C-Card Issue point. This is a totally free service offering condoms and sexual health information to all those aged 13-19.
You will need to have a quick chat with our trained C-Card issuer in order to sign up to this scheme, then you will be able to access condoms at any C-Card issue point across the country.
Please see Somerset Contraception and Sexual Health website for full details on this scheme.
Providing Osteopathy, Herbal Medicine, & Acupuncture. Also Shockwave Therapy, Platelet Rich Plasma and Prolotherapy injections, Cranial Sacral Therapy, Custom Designed Orthotics, and Diagnostics Ultrasound and Pressure Plate Systems for Gait Analysis.
Effective at treating acute pain, musculoskeletal problems including arthritis, tendon and ligament damage, digestive complaints, skin disorders, menstrual and infertility issues, sleeping problems, depression, stress and more.
Matthew Jackson BSc(Hons)Ost, Dip.Ac/Chm (China), Pg Dip CHM (OBS/GYN) Pg Cert US (MSK), BMUS, MRCHM is the clinical director of Somerset Health Practice, a natural health and wellbeing clinic for the whole family. He is also the clinical lead of Expert Herbalist, a collection of the clinics most effective herbal formulas combining ancient wisdom with the latest research.
The Somerset Health practice provide some private clinics from our premises. For full details, please see their website - http://www.somersethealthpractice.co.uk/
Lina Morton MSc(Counselling), BSc(Hons)Psych, Cert. Ed., MBACP, MBPs, MBSCAH(Accred), Member of NHS Directory of Complementary and Alternative Practitioners.
An experienced Integrative therapist offering professional support using Psychodynamic, Humanistic, Cognitive-behavioural and Mindfulness theoretical approaches to help people achieve a broad range of objectives.
In line with NHS England guidelines, our patients can see a summary of their records online using the Patient Access system.
Click here for the Patient Online Access system
Click here for full details of the Patient Online Access System from the NHS Choices website
At present, you are able to use the Patient Access System to
You will also have the option to request to see any detailed coded information held on your records. This request would need to be made to your GP in writing.
If you would like to sign up for any part of the Patient Access system, please call us on the usual number 01458 833666.
Health Connections Mendip is a new health and wellbeing service available to patients.
Patients can talk to a health connector at the surgery to find out about local activities, support and services available, and can also arrange one-to-one appointments to speak to a Connector.
During these appointments a Health Connector will listen to your health story and assist you with setting health-related goals which are meaningful to you.
Health Connectors also support you to make positive changes that last.
For contact details and full list of services, please see Mendip Health Connections website provided by Somerset CCG
Chronic Obstruction Pulmonary Disease describes a group of conditions that make it difficult to empty air out of the lungs. If you have this condition, your clinician may ask you to complete a COPD Self management plan
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