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Manor House Surgery, Belton

Our Clinics & Services


Practice Nurse / Health Care Assistant


We have a team consisting of a practice nurse and a health care assistant who assist the doctors and provide a range of services which include diabetic monitoring, heart disease monitoring, blood pressure checks, asthma checks, cervical smears, weight reduction help, suture removal, wound dressings,blood tests, ear syringing and contraception advice. During October - December, the practice nurse also holds flu vaccination clinics. She can also give advice about minor illnesses and problems you may not be sure whether or not you should see the doctor about.



District Nurses


Their services include advice and nursing care to the acute and chronically sick and the terminally ill, specialist leg ulcer treatment, continence advice dressings, injections, blood pressure checks, taking blood samples, post-operative care, removal of suture clips.



Community Midwife


Our attached midwife is available to help with pregnancy and the early days after childbirth. Ante-natal clinics are held on Alternate Monday mornings from 9am -12pm. We do not automatically visit on hospital discharge, however, if you need help please contact the surgery.


The practice offers a full range of contraceptiive, pre-natal and ante-natal services.


Health Visitors


The Health Visitors are qualified nurses who work with the practice to promote and maintain health in the community. Appointments are sent out as appropriate to monitor your child’s development. Further details and advice can be found in your child’s Red Book. To contact your local health visitor please call

0116 215 3206.



Childhood Immunisations


If your child is due for immunisations then you should recieve an invitation from the Immunisations Service. if you have recieved no such invitation but feel that your child is due then please contact the surgery. The Practice Nurse will be holding immunisation clinics on the second Monday and fourth Wednesday of every month.



Specialist & Hospital Care


If you need hospital treatment or specialist care elsewhere, the GP may ask you where and when you would like to go. We are able to make a number of hospital appointments through an electronic system called Choose & Book. The aim of this system is to offer you a choice of hospitals and to book an appointment directly at the time of referral.


If you have decided to attend a private consultation, you will need to collect your referral letter from the surgery. If possible, please allow 48 hours for the letter to be typed. Please note that any medication which is prescribed by the consultant as a result of this may be issued on the Private Prescription. This means that the cost of the drugs plus any administration fee will need to be met in full by yourself until we have written confirmation that your care has been transferred to the NHS.


Non NHS Services & Charges


Charges will be made for certain services which are not covered by the NHS. Examples of these items include private sick notes, employment medicals, travel drugs and vaccinations. There is an up to date list of charges displayed in reception.




The practice is VAT registered and VAT will be charged as appropriate. VAT No 878 6472 59.

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