Clinics & Services
We provide a number of specialist health clinics on our premises:
- The Nursing Team run regular clinics for Diabetes, Asthma and COPD
- Lifestyle and weight management clinics are run by Joanne
- Joanne runs a smoking cessation clinic throughout the week
Antenatal and postnatal care
Our medical team work with the midwifery service (team 6) from by Barnet and Chase Farm hospitals. Antenatal clinics run every Wednesday morning at the surgery. Mother and baby post natal checks are undertaken at the surgery by Drs Dain, Trevor, Yeboah and Small.
All clinicians with the exception of our health care assistant provide family planning advice during surgery hours. We provide short and long acting forms of contraception, barrier methods and coil insertions. Drs Dain, Trevor and Yeboah provide Parkfield’s coil fitting service.
Foreign travel clinic
Provided for you by our nursing team. We use the latest software to give you the most up to date service and advice. Parkfield Medical Centre is an approved yellow fever centre.
Link: Travel Advice
Please note that the NHS does not fund some vaccinations and travel medicines and a charge is applicable.
Our nursing team provides this service. The cervical cytology test can be undertaken when a woman is not bleeding, ideally mid cycle. Simple book an appointment at reception.
Link: NHS Cervical Smear Screening
The Nursing Team provide childhood vaccinations throughout the week.
The surgery provides a comprehensive list of vaccinations, including travel and seasonal influenza vaccination. Parkfield Medical centre is a registered Yellow Fever Centre.
Blood tests are offered at the surgery. Please call for an appointment.
A number of our doctors provide an injection service at the surgery. Joint injections can be used to treat a number of conditions, including tennis elbow and trochanteric bursitis.
HertfordshireCommunity Gynaecology Service
The Hertfordshire Community Gynaecology Service runs monthly clinics at the surgery for both registered and unregistered patients. Appointments are by referral from your GP. The service can deal with all routine Gynaecology problems which would normally require outpatient attendance at a hospital. For more information, please see their website www.hertfordshirecommunitygynae.org.uk.