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East Bank Medical Centre, 555 East Bank Road, Sheffield, S2 2AGTel: 0114 239 8686
Our practice nurses run clinics for long term health conditions such as asthma, COPD and diabetes. They can provide safe travel, family planning and healthy living advice and provide a wide range of practical skills including blood pressure checks, immunisations, smear tests, blood tests and wound management.
Our Health Care Assistants provide a wide range of services including performing blood tests, blood pressure monitoring and weight monitoring, new patient health checks, smoking cessation support, and some vaccinations. They are may also be able to perform ear syringing and wound dressing.
Physician Associates (PAs) are healthcare professionals who work closely with GPs to support the diagnosis and management of patients. They are highly trained, having already graduated from an undergraduate degree in a life-science based subject before completing an intensive two year Physician Associate programme at Masters level which provides them with a generalist medical education. At the end of their training they have to pass a national exam which ensures they meet nationally approved standards of training and practice. In General Practice, PAs can take medical histories, perform examinations, diagnose illnesses, analyse test results, and develop management plans for patients of all ages. They always have access to a GP for support and advice if needed.
We have a small team of district nurses who provide nursing care to our housebound patients.
Jas is our practice pharmacist. He works closely with the clinical team, providing prescribing advice, carrying out medication reviews and processing medication changes on hospital letters and discharge letters.
Private Foot Health Practitioner £15 per session