Clinics & Services

Child Health Clinic

Health Visitors are available by appointment only please telephone 01259 750350 to arrange.

child consultHealth Visitors can offer help and information on issues such as:

  • Immunisation
  • Feeding and weaning
  • Infectious diseases
  • Headlice
  • Children’s behaviour
  • Childhood development
  • Sleep problems
  • Contraception
  • Bedwetting

Childhood immunisations are done at this clinic by the GP or Practice Nurse between 1.30–2.30pm. New baby medicals are done by GP by appointment.

Men's Health Clinic

Clinic available at Clackmannanshire Community Healthcare Centre. Please telephone 215333 for further information.

appointmentsThe Clinic involves looking at

  • Height/weight
  • Urine check
  • Blood pressure
  • Activity/diet
  • General well-being
  • Sexual health
  • Mental health
  • Family history
  • Blood checks if required  

Smoking Cessation

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Smoking is the main cause of ill-health in this country The benefits of accessing smoking services will:

  • Help you structure your quit attempt
  • Make sure you are adequately prepared
  • Help increase and maintain motivation
  • Give information about how to avoid or cope with urges to smoke
  • Provide you with reassurance and advice on withdrawal symptoms
  • Provide guidance on the use of medications such as Nicotine Replacement therapy or Zyban

A drop-in smoking clinic is held at Clackmannanshire Community Healthcare Centre, Hallpark Road, Sauchie (middle floor) on Tuesdays between 4pm and 6pm.

Stop Smoking Adviser Kathleen Gilmour is in practice on Wednesdays 10-12 noon and will see patients by referral only. To arrange an appointment call the Stop Smoking Service on 01786 433293. Stop Smoking Service cards are available at reception.

For further information about local services contact the Smokeline on 0800 84 84 84. Or contact 

Wart Clinic

The Practice holds a wart Clinic every six weeks when we have delivery of Liquid Nitrogen, which is used to treat viral warts and some other benign skin blemishes such as skin tags.

Viral warts and verrucae (which are viral warts on the soles of the feet) may respond to one or more treatments of Liquid Nitrogen, which involves applying the liquid to the wart to freeze the cells and cause the virus inside to die. The wart may blister or crust over after the treatment and it may be a bit sore. You may need to cover the treated area with a plaster.

It should be remembered that viral warts generally go away themselves if left long enough and rarely cause any symptoms. It may be best to leave them untreated unless they are very large, persistent or unsightly. Scarring after treatment with liquid nitrogen is a rare possibility. To make a first appointment at the Wart Clinic see your Doctor initially to decide whether Liquid Nitrogen treatment is advisable.  

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