Services We Offer
Lawton House Surgery provides a range of services and clinics to their patients.
Arranged by appointment with the Practice Nurse for an initial medical examination when you join the practice.
By arrangement with your GP.
Contraceptive and Family planning advice by appointment through your GP.
Cervical Smears by appointment with the Practice Nurse or GP.
Respiratory Clinics (Asthma & COPD)
Asthma is increasingly common but is able to be well controlled with treatment. Our Practice Nurses are able to give you help and support with medication and provide regular asthma reviews, by appointment with the Practice Nurse.
Provided with the Community Midwife throughout and after your pregnancy either at the hospital or the Children’s Centre, New Street, CW12 3AH.
Child Health Clinics
Health advice and support for pre-school children run by Congleton Health Visiting Team. Health Visitors provide specialist advice support on all aspects of childcare such as sleeping patterns, feeding and behaviour. They undertake regular checks on growth and development of babies and children.
Tuesdays 9:30 - 11:20am Ruby’s Fund, Roe Street CW12 1PG (remember your Red Book).
Also held at the Children’s Centre, New Street, CW12 3AH. Please contact the Health Visiting Team. Tel: 0300 123 4291.
Immunisations and vaccinations
Adult by appointment with the Practice Nurse including travel injections.
To check which travel injections are required for your destination go to www.nhs.uk/travel.
Childhood Immunisation Clinics are held twice monthly usually on Mondays 2 – 3pm. Please remember to bring your child’s Red Book.
By appointment with Practice Nurse.
Help and support for people with mental health problems is provided by referral through your GP to the Mental Health Team for a range of services that best meet your mental health needs. For self help please click here.
Community nurses provide skilled nursing care and support to our patients in their own homes and in residential settings. Patients can be referred by your GP or hospital and they provide specialist care to those who are chronically sick or terminally ill. Specialist paediatric nurses also provide care to children at home.