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Clinics & Services

The following services are available daily in routine appointments:

  • Family planning and emergency contraception  
  • Antenatal Care - appointment booked with nurse and doctor. Please bring your maternity book and urine specimen  
  • Postnatal Check-ups - appointment booked with nurse and doctor
  • Cervical Smears – appointments to be booked midcycle with practice nurse
  • Travel Vaccinations- appointments booked with practice nurse.  See the above tab for more information
  • Smoking Cessation - book appointment with health care assistant/practice nurse
  • NHS Health Checks – available here, book with nurse/health care assistant
  • Self-Monitoring Of Blood Pressure – our staff will be happy to show you how to use the surgery pod in waiting area
  • Chronic Disease Management - Diabetes, COPD, Asthma, Heart diseases, Epilepsy are booked with nurse and if necessary with doctors
  • Baby Clinic every wedensday 1:15 to 15:30 for 6-8 weeks check and immunisation by appointment only. Weighing also available . No appointment needed

Carers:

If you are a patient of Roman Way Medical Centre and you look after a frail, sick or disabled relative or friend then please let us know so we can record this on our

Carers Database.  We will be able to send you information on local carers support groups and you will also be eligible for a free flu vaccination.

A carer is anyone who cares, unpaid, for a friend or family member who due to illness, disability, a mental health problem or an addiction cannot cope without their support.

Anyone could be a carer – a 15-year-old girl looking after a parent with an alcohol problem, a 40-year-old man caring for his partner who has terminal cancer, or an

80-year-old woman looking after her husband who has Alzheimer's disease. www.carers.org

Islington Carers Hub www.islingtoncarershub.org

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