Clinics We Offer

Blood Clinic (Phlebotomy)

Our Phlebotomist holds clinics at Broughton (Monday am and Wednesday am).  These are especially for the elderly or those with transport problems.  Attendance is by appointment - please contact reception.

You can also attend the Phlebotomy Departments at Andover War Memorial Hospital or The Royal Hampshire County Hospital Winchester The doctor will order your test/s on line so there is no need to collect a form. Clinics at the Hospitals are open from 7.30am each morning - especially useful for those of you needing Cholesterol Fasting Blood Tests! Please note currently all appointments are by pre booked appointment. Please call 01256 314751 and choose option 1. Lines open Monday to Friday 9am-4.30pm.

A fasting blood test means nothing to eat or drink - including gum, other than water, from 9.00pm on the day prior to the test and no alcohol for 24 hours before the test, unless advised otherwise by your doctor.

 

Family Planning

We provide a full family planning service including:

  • Provision of contraceptive methods, including the contraceptive pill
  • Fitting of  IUCDs  and implants. Please note that fitting/removal of coils and implants requires a longer specific appointment with a doctor.  Please advise the receptionist at the time of booking. 
  • Emergency contraception (Morning After pill or coil)
  • Counselling and referral for termination of pregnancy
  • Advice about sterilisation and referral if required
  • Advice on safe sex

Appointments for general family planning advice are during regular surgery times. 

If you wish to discuss or book to have a coil or an implant, there is a specific contraception clinic that Dr Walsh and Dr Pemberton run on Tuesday's and Friday's.  This service is provided to all patients and is free of charge.

For more information regarding contraception, STI's and local sexual health clinics: https://www.sexwise.org.uk/

 

Ante-natal Clinic

We provide a full range of antenatal and postnatal care on a shared basis with the local district hospitals at Andover, Salisbury and Winchester. Clinics are run by the Community Midwife and held on Thursday's at Broughton Surgery.

  • The Community Midwives are based at Andover Birthing Centre. They aim to provide you with the best care possible before your baby is born, during your labour and then at home up to approximately 10 days after your baby is born.
  • Sarah, who is the main midwife assigned to our Practice, runs a 'booking clinic' every Thursday morning at our Broughton Surgery for ladies who have just found out they are pregnant. Please call reception to book; you do not need to have seen a GP first. This appointment usually takes place at around 10 - 12 weeks into your pregnancy. Follow up appointments will be at the ante-natal clinic, also on Thursday at Broughton Surgery. These appointments are for checking that your pregnancy is progressing normally; for you to get to know your midwife and for you to take the opportunity to ask any questions you may have.
  • You can ring the Andover Birthing Centre on 01264 352517 at any time of the day, or night, to speak to a qualified midwife if you have any concerns. Sarah will also discuss with you your intended place of delivery, whether it be at home, the Andover Birthing Centre, Royal Hampshire County Hospital (Winchester) or one of the other main hospitals in the area of your choice.

Long Term Conditions

  • Hypertension - a programme of assessment including blood tests, urine tests and ECGs led by our Practice Nurses. There are several clinics a week for checking blood pressure. Speak to Reception to arrange an appointment.
  • Coronary Heart Disease - Practice Nurse led clinics usually take place every two weeks. Appointments are sent out by the surgery. 
  • Diabetes - Practice Nurse led clinics take place on each Tuesday and Wednesday. Dr Pemberton also runs a complex diabetes clinic once per month. Appointments are sent out by the Surgery
  • Dietetic Clinic- These clinics take place the first Thursday of the month, at Broughton Surgery.  They are managed by our Community Dietitian, who helps monitor patient concerns, give advice and guidance and promote good health.  A referral is required from your GP to the Dietician.

Asthma/COPD

Our practice nurse led clinics are usually held on Monday and Tuesday afternoons. You can make your own appointment or your doctor may refer you. 

For more information about asthma: https://www.asthma.org.uk/

For more information and to sign up for the My COPD app: https://www.nhs.uk/apps-library/mycopd/

 

Stop Smoking Clinics

Smoking is Harmful not only for you, but also for those with whom you live. It is a fact that you are times more likely to succeed in stopping smoking if you have help and support. If you would like to try to stop smoking please visit https://www.smokefreehampshire.co.uk/

An initial appointment of 20 minutes is recommended, thereafter 10 minute appointments are needed to follow up on your progress and effectiveness of the products used. The usual programme of support lasts between 8 to 12 weeks.

Other Clinics

Cervical smears - clinics are run by our Practice Nurses. Do not book these online.

Child Health Immunisations - clinics are run by our Practice Nurses.

Child Health Surveillance - clinics run by Community Health visitors

Chiropody - the chiropody department, based at Andover Hospital, holds a weekly clinic at the Broughton Surgery. They contact patients and have their own appointment system.

Minor Operations

This clinic is currently on hold whilst Dr Gibbons is on Sabbatical until February 2021.

We run a minor operations clinic once every 2-3 months to remove non-cancerous lumps and bumps. You cannot book directly into this clinic. You will need to be referred to this clinic by one of the GP's.

The clinic is run by Dr Ed Gibbons and takes place in the Treatment Room at Broughton Surgery. 

Breast Screening

  • Mammography (taking x-rays of breast tissue) is managed centrally across Hampshire and takes place in mobile units which travel to towns across Hampshire and at the local hospitals.
  • Screening takes place every 3 years in women aged 50 - 70. Results are managed and sent to patients from a central point.

  • For more information please click: Breast Cancer Screening