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Clinics are held at Cranfield and Marston surgeries by appointment for those patients who are unable to attend Bedford Hospital (see Tests - Blood Tests Page).  As well as blood tests taken for diagnosis, drug monitoring is also provided egChild_belly. INR for warfarin dosing 

Maternity Care - Antenatal Clinics 
We hold weekly antenatal clinics in conjunction with our midwives at all sites. 

Child Health Clinic
Developmental checks and immunisations are performed. 

Family Planning 
Family planning appointments are available at all surgeries. 

Diabetic Clinic
Specialist Practice Nurses run Diabetic Clinics by invitation. They also provide advice on diabetic coasthma_inhaler4ntrol, diet and smoking. 

Asthma and COPD Clinic 
Our patients are offered regular appointments with the specialist asthma nurse.  The nurse provides an assessment and full explanation of treatment, including teaching correct inhaler techniques. 

Heart Save Clinic
These clinics are run by specialist coronary heart disease nurses.

We are offer an annual check up with the Practice Nurse for patients with a past history of stroke or transient ischaemic attack (ministroke).  Patients will be invited to attend by the nurse. 


Minor Surgery
The doctors carry out minor surgical procedures at Cranfield by appointment.

Minor Illness Clinic
The Minor Illness Nurses have undergone a special period of higher training and are now able to run a minor illness clinic for conditions such as viruses, rashes etc. 

Influenza Vaccination vaccination11
We offer a flu vaccination service in October every year to those patients who are at particular risk of influenza.  These include patients over the age of 65 years, diabetics and those with chronic chest, heart or kidney problems.  We do not recommend a routine vaccination for fit and healthy adults. 

Outreach Services
Services include counselling, psychiatry, drug misuse and hearing advice.


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