Sleaford Road Medical CentreSleaford RoadBoston, PE21 8EGTel: 01205 362556
All the doctors perform minor surgery and cryotherapy by special appointment.
Our highly trained nurses run clinics throughout the week to help patients with these conditions to take control of their illnesses and prevent future complications. You will be asked to attend for a review at least once a year, depending on your circumstances.
The health visitors see young children at a ‘drop-in’ well baby clinic on Mondays from 1300 - 1430hrs. No appointment is required. Please phone them if you wish to be seen at another time on 01205 366014.
The health visitors run a child health clinic on Mondays 1300-1430hrs and we offer an childhood immunisation clinic on Wednesday mornings. Please do not bring ill children to these clinics.
Our midwife Jes West sees pregnant and post-natal patients on Mondays.
Our nurses are available by appointment for
Our Health Care Support Workers, Tammy Atkinson and Maggie Porter see patients for
Reports and examinations for insurers, solicitors, the DVLA etc can be arranged by special appointment. The party requesting the medical will advise if a fee is payable by you.
We try to get this work completed within two weeks of receiving it.
If you're off sick, you should use a self-certification form for the first seven days - you can download it here:
The GPs will only do a 'fit note' for illnesses lasting more than seven days.
If your employer requires you to have certain vaccinations, particularly Hepatitis B, for your job, but is unable to provide the vaccinations themselves, we may be able to enter into a contract with your employer to provide this for you. We will need the signed contract and payment before we are able to do the vaccinations. Please ask at reception for details.
Please ask at reception for details.
We offer all patients aged between 40-74 a free health check every five years.
At the check we will take your family medical history, check basic data such as your height, weight, blood pressure and pulse, offer any advice about smoking and weight loss if appropriate and do a simple blood test to check your cholesterol.
The purpose of the health check is to catch any early signs of cardiovascular disease, so that we can help prevent it.
We will contact patients when they are due to have the test and strongly recommend that all patients take advantage of this free check.
The NHS has agreed a service to help people with complex physical or mental health needs to keep well and avoid unplanned hospital visits, such as in an emergency. Westside Surgery will identify these people and invite them to receive a more tailored, active support from the practice.
Patients will have a named GP who will have overall responsibility for their care and support and a named care co-ordinator, who may be the named GP or another health professional involved in their care.
These new arrangements do not prevent patients making an appointment or seeing any doctor, of choice within the surgery, as normal.
The named GP or named care co-ordinator will work with the patient to develop a personal care plan and review / discuss with them any changes needed. We will also make sure that, whenever the patients has an urgent need to see or speak to a GP or nurse, as soon as possible on the same day one of our GPs or nurses will phone them back to help deal with the problem.
Please note these services are only available for Westside Surgery Registered patients.
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