- General Practitioner
- Stop smoking program
- Family health/medicine
- Aged health care
- Sexual health
- Before school checks
- Sports medicine
- Long term chronic illness prevention and care
- Specialised health clinics (EG Diabetes prevention and management)
- Specialised services availability (EG Orthopaedic Specialist, Triton Hearing consultants etc)
- Family planning
- Contraceptive advice
- Cellulitis IV infusion
- Aclasta infusions
- Cervical smears
- Wound care
- Preventative medicine
- Resting ECG monitoring
- Minor surgical procedures
- Travel vaccines and advice
- Minor ACC and medical emergencies
- Cardiovascular risk assessments (CVRA)
Our Practice Nurses have a wide range of skills including wound management, performing cervical smears, blood pressure checks, immunisations and hearing testing. They are also able to provide free annual checks for diabetic (DAR) and cardio vascular risk assessments (CVRA) patients. We also provide a free stop smoking program.
Free Stop Smoking Program
To quit smoking is easier when you’re not alone. Cambridge Medical Centre has a free Stop Smoking program to help on your quit smoking journey.
Ordering a new prescription
You will need to see your Doctor at regular intervals to review your health and/or medication.
Please request repeat scripts at least 48 hours (2 business days) in advance. When you phone for a repeat prescription you will need to tell us the name, dose and frequency of all medication requested. If you haven't seen your Doctor for review at a timely interval then you will need an appointment. This is so we keep up a good standard of medical care.
There a several ways of re-ordering your regular medication from your Doctor:
You can telephone the Medical Centre on 827 7184 and leave a message on our script voice mail or speak to our receptionist to request a repeat script
You can order your prescription by signing up for ManageMyHealth (the online system) and do it online
You can fax requests – 827 7064
You can drop in a note
Please allow approximately 3 days for laboratory and scan results. In case of an abnormal result, or for further instructions from your doctor you will be contacted in a timely manner.
If your test results or scan results are normal it is not routine practice for us to phone you.
Please feel free to contract the Medical Centre for your test result. Results are also available online if you sign up for ManageMyHealth.
Surgical Procedures, Circumcisions & Vasectomies
Minor surgical procedures such as mole removal and skin cancers are performed at the Centre in the "minor surgeries" room. A double appointment is required. Liquid Nitrogen treatment is available for skin conditions during our normal operating hours after a GP has reviewed the lesion.
Circumcisions, vasectomy and other urology procedures, are carried out by Dr Fayez Khalil in our Medical Centre. If you are interested in these services, please ring to make an appointment with Dr Khalil to discuss this.
Aclasta for Osteoporosis and Pagets Disease
For more information, including cost, make an appointment to see your doctor.
Electrocardiographs (ECG's), Spirometry (lung function testing) and audiometry (Tympanograms) are carried out by our nurses by appointment.
A full range of vaccinations is offered for children and adults. This includes routine childhood immunisations, tetanus boosters, flu injections and travel vaccinations.
Travel vaccinations – These require careful research and discussion. You will need to complete a travel questionnaire (one for each traveller) and return to the surgery or fax to: 07 827 7064 or e-mail to : firstname.lastname@example.org We will then assess your requirements. You may be asked to go for a blood test. Don’t delay sending us the questionnaire because some immunisations need to start weeks before you depart and immunity may not be effective until 2 weeks after administering. Once we have received your questionnaire the GP will assess it to determine what vaccines you require. A practice nurse will then contact you after receipt of your questionnaire and blood test (if required) to arrange an appointment with the GP and nurse. You will be told what immunisations may be required and the cost, and also if the immunisations need to be ordered in.
The medical centre has a wide range of visiting specialists. You would need to see your Doctor first, who can refer you to a specialist. Appointment can be made by phoning the specialist room directly.
Mr John Clarkson - ENT Surgeon
Mr Mike Woodfield - Plastic Surgeon
Mr Bernd Grunewald - General Surgeon
Mr Chris O'Meeghan - Orthopaedic Surgeon
Dr Laura Miller - Gynaecologist, Obstetrician & Fertility Specialist
Tanya Slaon - Psychiatrist
Home visits are available if needed but we prefer patients to attend the surgery if at all possible, as this makes diagnosis and treatment easier. Please phone early if requesting a visit and discuss with the nurse as to why this maybe necessary.
Our doctors do not act as Lead Maternity Carers (LMC's) but do provide early antenatal care and liaise with local midwives.