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King's Medical CentreKing StreetSutton-in-AshfieldNottinghamshire, NG17 1ATTel: 01623 551015 / 01623 559992
Family Planning We offer oral contraceptive advice, pill checks, depo injections and coil checks. Nurses primarily deal with contraception however GP's are also able. King's Medical Centre is also a collection point for condoms under the C-Card Scheme.
Practice Nurses Our practice nurses are available Monday to Friday and provide a range of services including:
Minor Operations Dr Chakraborty and Dr Yadlapalli provide minor surgery services within the practice. This means you may be able to have a small operation i.e. cyst or skin tag removal or joint injection at the practice instead of the hospital.
Ashfield Citizens AdviceThey will be based at the practice on the last Thursday of the month to provide face-to-face advice. Currently this is by appointment only. Please call 01623 203080
The doctors are happy to undertake, by appointment, medical examinations and reports for insurance companies, solicitors, driving, sporting activities etc.
A charge will be made for this work in line with BMA recommended scale. Please check the charge before booking your appointment or handing in your forms.
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