We do NOT routinely contact patients whose test results are normal.
For enquiries about results, please ring after 2.00pm when the phone lines are less busy and your doctor will have had time to review the results.
The Receptionists will give you the doctor or Nurse’s message.
You may be asked to speak to a doctor for further clarification about your result.
There are certain services that doctors provide which do not come under the NHS jurisdiction and therefore doctors provide these privately for a charge.
These are only available to patients registered with Queen Square Medical Practice.
Services may include provision of letters, insurance reports, medical examinations, certificates, etc. The doctor’s clinical NHS work must take priority and in light of this, we would advise patients to give the doctor one week to ten days to complete any reports etc. Our charges can be found below:
Fees for Non-NHS Services
Queen Square Sexual Health Clinic is held in the Healthub behind Queen Square Medical Practice on Wednesday afternoons from 3.00pm until 6.00pm.
Sexual Health Services also available in the Lancaster and Morecambe Area
Details of your attendance at this clinic are completely confidential and you will be allocated a personal clinic number. The clinic has separate notes which do not leave the surgery. Your GP will not be informed of your visit here unless you were referred with a letter. If you are a patient at the practice this records will be kept separate from all your other medical records
At first you will be asked some quite personal questions, this enables us to decide what tests are required and treatment needed. What you tell us is treated in the strictest of confidence so please be honest, we are not going to be shocked by what you tell us. You will then have swabs taken and a blood test offered.
Please ensure you give us at least 2 methods of contact. If any of your test results are positive we will contact you within 2 weeks by the contact methods you
All treatment is free, you will either be treated on the day you attend or when your results are back.
For other Sexual Health Services in Lancaster & Morecambe call 0845 0590 015 or visit www.best2know.co.uk.
Use the tool below to assess your intake of alcohol. It also gives information about safe alcohol levels. If you have any concerns regarding your alcohol consumption, please make an appointment.
Alcohol Audit Questionnaire
There is a very easy to use website that allows you to get an idea of your risk of having diabetes. This website can be found at www.diabetes.org.uk/RiskScore if your risk is raised, then you are advised to see one of our Health Care Assistants to have blood tests to check your long term blood sugar level. This will tell us for certain whether you do have diabetes or not. It would be worthwhile if you are overweight or there is a family history of diabetes.
Click on the picture below to obtain self care information on a range of minor ailments.
If you have a chronic disease e.g. asthma, chronic heart disease etc. or you are over 65 years, please contact the surgery as soon as possible to arrange your appointment.
Flu Vaccine remider letters are not being sent By Primary Care Support Services this year. If you fall into one of the above categories, please book an appointment when the clinics are on.
Please follow the link for full details on eligibility criteria.
NHS.uk - Who Should Have the Flu Vaccine?
If you require any vaccinations relating to foreign travel you need to make an appointment with the practice nurse in a travel clinic (held in Healthub) to discuss your travel arrangements. This will include which countries and areas within countries that you are visiting to determine what vaccinations are required.
We stock all vaccines but some are available free of charge on the NHS and others need to be charged for. Please see below for a list of the current charges:
Travel Vaccination Charges
Please click the link below for more information on the Travel Clinic in Healthub:
To help us offer the appropriate advice, please fill out the online form below before coming to see the nurse.
If you are travelling to Europe the EU has published useful information for travellers on the European website.
Physiotherapists from the Infirmary hold regular clinics in Queen Square Surgery. This is a triage assessment clinic and if necessary, you will be referred by the physio to the hospital for further treatment.
This service requires a referral by your GP.
If you suffer from muscular or bony aches and pains, book an appointment at Reception with our First Contact Physiotherapist, Rob Barker.
This services does NOT require a GP referral.
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