Clinics & Services

boy_with_inhalerWe offer the following services and health promotion clinics. Please note, that some of these services are only available at Maynard Court Surgery.       For more information please contact reception for times and dates.

Asthma Clinic

Sessions are run by specialist respiratory nurse.

Blood Test Clinic

Blood test clinics are held on Monday mornings at Maynard Court Surgery.  If the doctor has requested a blood test, please arrange an appointment with reception. Blood tests are also available at Waltham Abbey Health Clinic in Sewardstone Road, Waltham Abbey, Essex EN9 1NP or at local hospitals.

Child Health

Regular screening of all children under 5.

Diabetic Clinic

Held once a month with a GP and dietician. 

All patients with diabetes are expected to attend review appointments every six months.

Family Planning

Contraception, coil fitting and cervical smears for all women aged 25-64.


Minor gynaecological procedures

Mental Health Services

Counselling – we can refer to NHS or private counsellors.

Maternity Services

Full or partial maternity care

Palliative Care

Palliative care for patients in collaboration with community nurse and McMillan nurse.

Pre-conceptial Advice

If you are planning for a baby.  Please speak to nurse practitioner, practice nurse or GP for a general health check and folic acid prescription.  When you have missed a period, a self pregnancy test can be done.  If the test is positive, you will then need to make an appointment to see practice nurse and GP for ante-natal booking.

Smoking Cessation

Services include advice, prescriptions and follow-up appointments.

Well Person Clinic

Diet advice and weight reduction.


All immunisations for adults, children and babies, including foreign travel.

Minor Surgery

Minor surgical procedures including Wart Clinic (Cryosurgery).

Self-health Corner

Located within the waiting area, are a set of weighing scales and a height measurement guide is also available.

Please feel free to use, monitor and record your own measurements

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