We provide wrap-around healthcare for the whole family. Our Doctors will take the time to listen and assess, ensuring that you are provided with the best possible service.
Influenza is a serious disease that can lead to hospitalisation or sometimes even death. St Martin Surgery provides a flu vaccine to any of our patients who need it. Vaccination is the frontline in flu prevention. Shingles vaccination is recommended for all adults aged between 70 and 79.
In partnership with the midwifery team we provide full antenatal and postnatal care. We aim to provide high quality, personal care for mums-to-be in comfortable and familiar surroundings. Uncomplicated pregnancies (ie no existing medical problems) for first time mums usually receive 10 appointments throughout their pregnancy and one appointment after the baby is born. If you have had a baby before you may require fewer appointments. On becoming pregnant you see your GP as usual and if you have an uncomplicated obstetric and medical history your GP will offer you either GP led or midwifery led care. If you have a more complicated pregnancy or medical history you will be referred for Consultant Led care which is based at the hospital.
From 25-65 years women are offered cervical smears every 3-5 years according to age. At 25 years you are automatically invited for a smear, please make an appointment. A smear consultation is FREE OF CHARGE.
In Jersey we follow the UK childhood immunisation schedule. The vaccine programme begins from when your baby is 7 weeks old. It is important to keep to the immunisation schedule as delays between the vaccines may leave your baby without full protection. The Child Health Department will write to you informing you of the date and time of your child’s vaccination appointment.
Dr Terry provides injections for facial wrinkles, sweating and headaches. Injections involve the use of Botulinum Toxin. A local anaesthetic cream can be prescribed to reduce discomfort if requested. Please ask for a 20 minute appointment.
This technique using liquid nitrogen freezes the skin to remove unwanted skin lesions such as sun-damage, verrucas and warts. A local anaesthetic cream or injection can be used to reduce discomfort if requested. More than one treatment may be needed.
Diabetes is a life-long and serious illness that’s becoming increasingly common as lifestyles change; usually as a result of diet or a lack of exercise. Our team can help in the diagnosis, treatment and management of diabetes, offering therapy for all types of diabetes.
All Doctors can carry out a Driving Medical. Please let the receptionists know when booking so enough time can be allowed for the appointment.
Our doctors offer ear-syringing to remove a build up of ear wax which can lead to pain and hearing difficulties. It is recommended to use wax-softening drops (or olive oil) 3 days before your syringing appointment.
We offer a family planning service to suit your needs. Your usual doctor will be happy to discuss all the contraception options available to you. We also offer contraceptive coil and implant fitting and removal.
Electrocardiograms (ECGs), which are electrical tracings of the heart rhythm, can be carried out and interpreted in the surgery. These can help detect any rhythm abnormalities such as atrial fibrillation. Other investigations including blood tests can be used to obtain a cardio-vascular risk assessment.
Lung function assessment can be used to diagnose and manage conditions such as asthma or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
An appointment for minor surgery or joint injections can be made following a review by one of our doctors. Minor surgery techniques are used for the removal of lumps and skin lesions as well as for biopsies. Steroid and local anaesthetic injections are used for treating painful, inflamed joints.
If you are ever concerned about any mole or other changing skin lesion, please book an appointment. We use dermatoscopes to examine the characteristics of individual lesions in extreme close-up, allowing abnormal appearances to be more easily detected.
All doctors can advise on travel abroad and we have access to the latest advice on all countries. Please let the receptionists know when booking that your appointment is for travel advice to ensure we allow enough time. Please complete and submit your Travel Assessment Form which can be found on our Travel Clinic page.
A chance to take control of your health. In line with NHS England, we recommend health check for all adults from the age of 40 every 5 years. The health check will assess circulatory, vascular, respiratory and overall health. Various medicals are available. Please speak to our receptionists to discuss which one is best for you.
Please make a 20 minute appointment with one of our doctors to discuss your sexual health concerns where we can test or treat any sexually-transmitted infections.
The onsite pharmacy is available to dispense prescriptions, as well as stocking a wide range of healthcare products.
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