Ruckinge RoadHamstreetAshfordKent, TN26 2NJTel: 01233 730190
Open as usual Thursday 13th April
Closed Good Friday
Closed Easter Monday
Open as usual Tuesday 18th April
The following clinics are available at Hamstreet by appoinment, for the monitoring of the health and well being of our patients:
Our experienced doctors Dr Ruth Colledge & Dr Claire Jacobs can offer a full range of services including
We have qualified nurses who can offer services on
The Health Visitor can be contacted on 0300 7900315 between 9.00am and 5.00pm. She is available to provide advice and support for families with young children.
Helpline number for parents (duty health visitor) between 2-5pm 0300 1233092
The Midwife holds antenatal clinics at Hamstreet Surgery every Friday. Her mobile number is 07771 983288. Out of hours call 01233 616124 in an emergency.
District Nurses They provide care in the patient’s own home for the housebound and post-operative. Contact them directly on 0300 123 4415
Physiotherapists from William Harvey Hospital hold clinics at Hamstreet Surgery three days a week.
The Counsellor is available for consultation and appointments are made after referral from a doctor.
Please complete a travel risk assessment form and return it to the surgery either via email ACCG.firstname.lastname@example.org or in person. The surgery will then contact you to advise what vaccinations are required and to book your appointment.
It is important to complete this form as early as possible - at least 6 weeks before you travel, as a second appointment maybe required.
Please note that only the vaccinations below are available on the NHS.
Other travel vaccines can be provided (see below) but they will incur a private charge.
ARMS Travel Vaccinations
As you may know, Ivy Court Surgery, Hamstreet Surgery and Woodchurch Surgery have been working closely together for well over a year now on various projects such as the Weekend Urgent Care Service and the ‘Virtual Ward’ for the elderly and vulnerable.
You may also be aware that there have been difficulties with obtaining appointments with other private travel clinics in Ashford. This has caused significant problems for us in rural Ashford as travelling further than Ashford is inconvenient and not always possible. In some cases, it has meant our patients travelling 30 miles to obtain their travel vaccinations. We feel this is unacceptable.
Following complaints from patients in the cluster regarding the lack of a local travel service, the doctors and practice managers of our three surgeries have had several meetings to see if this service could be setup in our surgeries. We are delighted to announce the start of our own Travel Advice and Vaccination service as of the 5th November 2015. This we hope will be another valuable service to our patients, and will be provided through Ashford Rural Medical Services (through which the urgent care service and our other collaborative projects are delivered).
As a specific travel advice service is not covered by the NHS, there will unfortunately be a fee for the service, which we hope you understand. There will be one clinic each week, alternating on a Tuesday from Hamstreet Surgery and the following week on a Thursday from Ivy Court in Tenterden.
Travelling in Europe
If you are travelling to Europe a very useful booklet has been published with advice and guidance to help you get the most out of your holiday. To visit please click:- http://ec.europa.eu/publications/booklets/eu_glance/86/en.pdf (this is a large document and may take a minute or two to view)
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