eskdaill medical

T:01536 522633   121 Lower Street, Kettering, Northants, NN16 8DN.

Patient Services

Our Services:
As well as providing a high standard of comprehensive general medical services, the practice is sensitive to patient needs and offers a wide range of additional patient services including:

General Medical/Surgical Services
Practice Nursing - in-practice and domiciliary
Community Nursing
New Patient Health Check
Minor Illness Sessions
Minor Operations
ECG service
Chronic Disease Management
Diabetic Health Care
Asthma monitoring and management
Ischaemic Heart Disease Reviews
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
Chronic Kidney Disease
Atrial Fibrillation

Services for Children
Paediatric Immunisation Clinic
Child Health Surveillance Clinic
Health Visiting
Paediatric Development Clinic

Services for Female Patients
Ante-natal/Post-natal Clinic
Family Planning Services
Family Planning Counselling
Cervical Cytology recall programme
Management of the Menopause

Health Promotion/Prevention Services
Well Person Assessments and Advice
Hypertension Monitoring
Health Abroad Advice
'Flu' Vaccination Clinics
‘Teen Scene’ open sessions
Exercise Referral programme
Smoking Cessation sessions
Services for the Elderly
Screening for the Over 75's (Inhouse & Domiciliary)
Community Nursing

Practice Website
Practice Leaflet (including Patients Charter)

The practice has worked hard to develop and improve services for patients, including the development of the Specialist Nurse Role. This has provided more immediate access for support and information for patients with chronic disease (and their carers). Also patient choice has been widened for immediate consultation for minor illness and contraceptive advice/treatment.

The practice offers extended consultations throughout each week, to diagnose, treat and monitor patients with chronic disease. In addition to long standing services we have added: 24 hour ambulatory blood pressure monitoring for more effective diagnosis and management of hypertension and a Spirometry service to aid diagnosis and appropriate management of COPD. The practice undertakes regular review and audit of all areas of chronic disease management.

Services for young people have been reviewed and developed. Specific and extensive whole team and specialist nurse training in this area has led to a “new look” open sessions for young people. These are informal, with improved and extended information and advice available. We also have close liaison with other community agencies providing this service.


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