We offer a range of different services at Horfield, including hearing clinics, podiatry, speech & language therapy, and travel advice. These are provided by GP's, practice nurses, other health professionals based here or a mixture of all of them.
When requesting an appointment with one of our clinicians we will always ask for a reason why. This allows our Patient Coordinators to signpost you to the most appropriate service. It might not always be what you think!
For some conditions, your clinician may refer you to another service to continue your care and/or treatment. Some of these services run from within the health centre and some are provided externally.
If you have a question about a specific condition or service not mentioned below please speak to one of our Patient Coordinators or visit NHS Website
Bristol Drugs Project
Bristol Drugs Project (BDP) is a local charity that aims to help drug users make changes in their lifestyle. For more information please call 0117 987 1150. They hold clinics on Monday afternoons, Wednesdays and Thursday mornings.
We run 2 child immunisation clinics during the week - on Tuesday afternoon and Thursday morning.
There are 2 nurses present to reduce the time you are in the surgery. Hopefully this also makes it less distressing for your child. If the times are not suitable for you, we can book a more convenient double appointment with a nurse for you.
All of the doctors and nurses are happy to discuss contraception and family planning with you.
What you tell us will always be treated in the strictest confidence.
District Nursing Team
The District Nursing team is located over in Horfield House, next to the practice. They provide your nursing needs in the community and may be contacted on 0117 377 3356.
Domestic Violence and Abuse
The staff in your practice are trained about domestic abuse and specialist workers are available to support you. Your practice is an ‘IRIS’ practice. You can talk to doctors, nurses and other staff working here if you are being hurt or controlled by your current or ex-partner, are afraid of someone at home or a member of your family. You can also contact Next Link on 0117 925 0680 and ask to speak to the IRIS worker.
Health Visitors and Child Health
To contact the Health Visitors to book an appointment or to enquire about their drop-in Well Baby Clinic please call 0300 1256278.
Language Line Translating
If English is not your first language, then going to see a doctor may be difficult.
To help you, we have translators available. The service operates over the phone, and we can access it when we need to. Please let our reception team know you need this service when you book an appointment.
NHS Better Health
There is a wealth of resources on this website to help with healthy eating, weight loss and getting more active. Take a look via NHS Better Health
Sirona SPA (Single Point of Access)
The Single Point of Access (SPA) is the number to call for those receiving healthcare services in their homes from community teams including District Nurses, Therapists and Support Workers.
Telephone number is changing to: 0300 125 67 89. Please visit the website for more details
Telephone Befriending Service
This service links people with a friendly volunteer for a minimum of 6 phone calls to help to tackle the isolation that people are feeling. The service is for disabled adults, people on the shielding register or those with long-term health conditions who are feeling isolated and would like someone to talk to. We are focused on people living in Bristol and the surrounding areas. You can refer yourself or visit the website for more information
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