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These Wye Clinics are only for patients registered at Wye Surgery.

> Minor injuries
> Minor surgery
> Physiotherpy
> Pregnancy and maternity
> Travel clinic
> Ultrasound clinic
> Warfarin clinic


 Minor injuries
Nurse-led clinics
Monday to Friday,
mornings and afternoons

Minor injuries are dealt with by our practise nurses and if necessary a GP.

If you sustain a minor injury such as bruising, small burns or cuts, sprains, foreign bodies in the eye etc and would like assistance please phone Reception or come into the surgery.



 Minor surgery
At Wye Surgery

We have our own minor operations theatre here at Wye Surgery where all our doctors can perform surgical procedures using local anaesthetic.

Typically, this would include things such as removing moles, fatty lumps and cysts.
Dr. Miles and Dr. Fox both have a special interest in minor surgery, and offer appointments to both registered and non-registered patients, under the ‘Minor Surgery in East Kent Scheme’.



The purpose of physiotherapy is to help patients improve their mobility and body strength, particularly after an operation, accident or illness. As well as physical therapy at Wye Surgery you may be given gentle exercises to do at home.
To find out more or make a physiotherapy appointment please contact our Reception.

> About our physiotherapist



We have an experienced community midwife attached to Wye Surgery. She will be assigned to you throughout your pregnancy providing full ante-natal care and advice. Wherever possible, she will also be involved in your labour and baby’s delivery.

6 weeks after baby is born, your GP will carry out a post-natal examination of you and your child (we’ll remind you to book this after the birth). To make an appointment please contact our reception.

National Childbirth Trust
Healthy eating during pregnancy
Teenage pregnancy


 Travel Clinic

Travel advice and vaccinations
Our Travel Clinic service is provided by BMC Medical Services Ltd. They are based at Mersham-le-Hatch Business Village and can be contacted on 01233 503666 or you can view their website BMC Travel Clinic

Travel insurance and medical costs
Your entitlement to medical care while overseas will vary based on the country you are going to. You may have to pay for it, so it is advisable to take out travel insurance which covers medical bills and the cost of repatriation.

European Health Insurance Card
If you’re a UK resident going to a European Economic Area, apply online for a European Health Insurance Card (E-HIC, formerly known as the E111) before you go. Applications can take up to 3 weeks to process depending how you apply.
The EHIC will help you access any state-provided necessary medical treatment due to either an accident or illness within the European Economic Area (EEA). The EHIC entitles the holder to state-provided medical treatment within the country they are visiting and the service provided will be the same as received by a person covered by the country’s ‘insured’ medical scheme.

Foreign office advice


Alternate Mondays and Thursdays (for patients referred
by our GPs)

Our Ultrasound Clinic is led by a Sonographer.

The clinic is for patients aged over 18 who require the following types of ultrasound scans:

  • General abdominal scans of the aorta, biliary tract, gallbladder, inferior vena cava, kidneys, liver, pancreas, retro-peritoneum and spleen
  • Gynaecology – including trans-abdominal and trans-vaginal
  • Renal / bladder / prostate
  • Scrotal / testicular
  • Musculo-skeletal
  • Vascular – including suspected DVT.


For other types of scans, such as breast, obstetric, chest, eyes, thyroid, heart etc we refer patients to hospital.



Warfarin clinic
Tuesdays and

This clinic is for patients who need to take warfarin (blood thinning medication) on a regular basis.

It involves blood testing and amending warfarin doses as necessary.


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