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Respiratory Clinic

Asthmatic & COPD patients should have regular reviews. We have Respiratory clinics available where specialist Nurses can assess symptoms and discuss your medication with an aim to provide the best education and control over symptoms for our respiratory patients.

Diabetic Clinic

All our Diabetic patients are encouraged to have regular checks both by a Doctor and Nurse Specialists to help improve their control and reduce the risks of potential complications associated with diabetes. During these checks you will be advised on all aspects of diabetic care including medication and self-monitoring.

Coronary Heart Disease (CHD) Clinic

All patients diagnosed with or at risk of getting CHD will be called into our CHD Clinic for monitoring and review with all Clinics being held in conjunction with the Doctors

Minor Surgery & Procedures

There are regular clinics for minor surgical procedures. These include removal of cysts, skin lumps, injection of joints and the treatment of warts with cryotherapy.

Cervical Smears

Smear tests for women involve an examination of the cervix (neck of the womb) to check for changes which occur before cancer develops. We recommend that all women between twenty and sixty-five years of age should have a cervical smear every three to five years – as advised by the Department of Health, unless there is a medical reason for more frequent tests.

Patients wishing to check on their result are asked to wait four weeks for the laboratory to process the test.


Physiotherapy at the Portsdown Group Practice.

We work closely with a variety of providers of Physiotherapy, of whom one, Ascenti, operate from rooms within our buildings at Crookhorn and Kingston Crescent surgeries.

With speedy access to advanced therapies and affordable treatment plans, Ascenti physiotherapists can get to the heart of your problem and treat it quickly. 

Please see their website for further information.

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