Clinics & Services
Your midwife and GP will undertake your pregnancy care. If you have complications you may also be seen at the hospital antenatal clinic. Following delivery and discharge from the midwife, our health visitors will look after you and your baby.
Kingswood Surgery has an attached midwife, who holds a clinic on Wednesday afternoon and Friday Morning. The Midwife can be contacted on 01494 425172 between 08:30 and 09:30 daily.
Click here for more information about pregnancy.
Our visiting counsellor, Bronwen Taylor, is available to see patients on Tuesday afternoons. Please see your usual doctor to discuss the possibility of referring you for counselling.
Alternatively, there are several organisations in the High Wycombe area that offer general and specialist counselling services. Many of these organisations charge a fee, however you may benefit from shorter waiting times to see a counsellor.
For a list of the counselling services provided in the High Wycombe area Click here.
Our in house Dietician is available to see patients by appointment only, once a month.
Appointments can be made at High Wycombe Hospital for free Family Planning Services
Each year we offer the flu vaccine to the following groups of patients:
- All those aged 65 and over.
- Patients with certain long term chronic illnesses, such as asthma or diabetes.
These treatments are available following consultation with your doctor. In some cases you may be referred to hospital for your treatment.
Smoking Cessation Clinics
If you are ready to quit now, tell the doctor or call at the reception desk and book yourself on our very successful and free 8 week stop smoking course.
ALL TRAVEL FORM REQUESTS MUST BE SUBMITTED 8 WEEKS BEFORE TRAVEL OR WE MAY NOT BE ABLE TO FIT YOU IN
We offer a wide range of travel vaccinations and our nursing staff are always happy to advise on the requirements for your trip. They will also advise on malaria prevention, and other health issues which may be relevant to your journey. Some vaccinations will require boosters before you travel, so please always consult the nurse at the earliest opportunity after you have planned your journey.
See the above “Travel Vaccinations” tab for more information.