Friday 24th June 2022 - We are currently experiencing a problem with our E-consult service and although you will receive a confirmation email of your e-consult, we are not receiving any requests at this time. 

We are working hard to rectify this problem and apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.

Thank you for your patience at this time. 

These Wye Clinics are only for patients registered at Wye Surgery.

> Diabetic clinic
> ECG clinic
> Family planning clinic
> Heart monitoring


 Diabetic clinic

This clinic helps patients with diabetes to manage their blood sugar, medical condition and lead healthy, active lives.

Over 2 million people in England are living with diabetes, a condition which results in too much glucose (sugar) in the blood. To remain symptom-free people with diabetes must monitor their diets carefully and manage regular treatments such as injections and tablets.

To find out more, please speak to your GP or contact our reception for more information.



ecg clinic ECG clinic

These can be done by a member of the nursing team throughout the day after being requested by your doctor.




See NHS Choices Contraception Guide

Our family planning service covers advice and provision of all types of contraception from the Pill and condoms to fitting caps, implants and IUDs (coils). Your GP will discuss your requirements and recommend suitable methods for you.

Although our service is freely available to teenagers we strongly encourage young people, especially those under 16, to discuss this with their parents first.

Coil fittings: Dr Miles and Dr Crouch
: Dr Miles and Dr Burns
Please speak to any of our GPs about other forms of contraception, the 'morning after' pill or unwanted pregnancy.

To make an appointment please contact our reception.



For patients with heart or other cardio vascular conditions we provide monitoring equipment for use in the home. These include 24 hour blood pressure and ECG monitors.

To find out if you could benefit from this service, please make an appointment to see your GP.


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