Clinics at Beech House
We hold regular minor surgery sessions which enables us to deal with a large number of skin lesions that would otherwise have to be referred to hospital. These cysts, skin tags, certain moles and lipomata (fatty lumps). We also offer coil and implants.
Dr Salim runs these minor surgery sessions, it is important that you see Dr Salim in a routine appointment prior to booking a minor surgery appointment.
We also offer joint injections, these are done by James Holland the physio who does Monday and Tuesday sessions with us. An initial appointment would be need to be made with him first before a joint injection would be booked in.
Stopping smoking is the single best thing you can do to improve your health and your life expectancy.
Benefits to you and your family
- Less risk of cancer developing
- Immediate improvement in breathing
- Smokers’ cough decreases and phlegm in lungs reduced
- Sense of taste and smell improves
- Halt any decline in lung efficiency
- Protect your family from effects of passive smoking
- If you want help to give up smoking please make an appointment with Jackie Crossfield.
If you are ready to give up smoking you can also self refer to the Stockport Stop Smoking Service. They hold both individual and group sessions, please telephone 0161 487 2020.
NHS Free Smoking Helpline: 0800 022 4332 – visit website.
If you are planning a trip abroad and require specific vaccinations, it is advised that at least 10 weeks before traveling that a Pre-Travel Questionnaire is completed BEFORE arranging an appointment with the Practice Nurse.
Call us to request a electronic questionnaire to be sent to you (we do have paper forms available if you have no electronic device). You will then be contacted back in due course with the outcome.
Currently we provide the following vaccines free of charge:
- Hepatitis A
We do provide Hepatitis B vaccines for holiday travel but their is a charge for the vaccination.
We do not provide the following vaccines:
- Japanese Encephalitis
- Ticke Borne Encephalitis
- Yellow Fever
Malaria prophylaxis is not available on the NHS. It can be obtained over the counter from your pharmacist and a dispensing fee will be charged.
If you wish to find out information about your travel destination please visit the Fit For Travel website.