FAMILY PLANNING / CONTRACEPTION:
Bourn Surgery is able to offer a complete service, including advice and fitting of Coils, Implants, caps and diaphragms.
Dr’s Lalli and Frame are specialists in this area. Please make an appointment to discuss your contraception needs.
We have a range of leaflets available in the surgery.
Patients between the ages of 16 and 25years are eligible for free Chlamydia testing. Kits are available from our nurses, doctors and are available within the practice. This is usually completed via a simple urine sample or occasionally a self taken swab.
Additionally you can see a doctor or nurse for advice around full sexual health screening (advised anytime you enter a new relationship).
Confidential sexual health care is also available across Cambridgeshire via iCash and you can self refer without needing to see a GP first. For more information click here.
These are mainly carried out by the nurses by appointment. These are recommended every 3 years for all women aged 25-49 and 5 yearly for women aged 50-64.
You can book online or via reception.
More information about screening is available via www.nhs.uk.
Our nurses are able to offer help to patients who wish to stop smoking. We can offer assistance with Nicotine Replacement or medications shown to improve the chances of you stopping smoking, free on the NHS.
Please book an appointment.
Alternatively you can contact CamQuit which can also provide NHS smoking cessation services.
Please see separate page with updated information.
Our Nurses run the following clinics in conjunction with the Doctors:
- Heart Function
- Seasonal Flu Clinics
Advice can also be given on
- adolescent health
- smoking cessation
- alcohol and healthy living
Please telephone for an appointment.
Regular developmental checks for the under 5’s are held at the surgery in conjunction with the Health Visitors. If you have any questions about this please ask the Health Visitor
This is undertaken by the doctors as necessary. You will be asked to book an appointment with reception. Cosmetic surgery for minor problems (eg: skin tags) is no longer funded by the NHS.