Tuesday 2nd August 2022 - the surgery and dispensary will be closed from 12.30pm for staff development and training and no clinicians will be available.

We will re-open at 8am on Wednesday 3rd August.

If you require medical assistance before we re-open please call 111

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

> Asthma clinic
> Blood tests
> Cervical smears


asthma clinic Asthma clinic

This clinic helps patients with breathing difficulties caused by conditions such as asthma, allergies, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and other lung problems.
To find out more about our Asthma Clinic, please see your GP or contact our reception.



Blood tests (Phlebotomy)

This involves taking blood samples from patients to aid diagnosis and treatment for medical conditions.

Early appointments are available for patients who need a fasting blood test.


 Cervical smears

A smear test is a simple and usually painless examination to check the health of a woman’s cervix (the entrance to the womb). We recommend every woman who is or has been sexually active have regular smears. Here is the National screening programme (find out more):

Age 25: 1st invitation for a smear
Age 25-49:  every 3 years     
Age 50-64:  every 5 years
Age 65 plus: Only those who have not been screened since age 50 or have had abnormal test results.
The test only takes a few minutes, and it could be a life saver. By detecting pre-cancerous cells, a smear test can cut the risk of cancer by up to 91%. If you are anxious or embarrassed about the personal nature of this procedure we can help you to overcome this. We also offer a chaperone service should you need it.

We use a computerised system that will automatically remind you when your smear is due. When you receive this, please make an appointment with the GP or practise nurse of your choice. The Health Authority will notify you of your smear result.

To find out more about having a cervical smear, please see your GP or contact our reception.


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