In addition to general medical consultation the practice offers an extensive range of services:
Blood pressure clinics
Child Health clinics
Health Visitor services
Mental Health Service (Prism)
Sexual health advice
Well Baby clinic
Yellow Fever Vaccinations
Hospital Transport to clinic appointments - See website home for more information
Well Baby Clinic
Cedar House Surgery – Thursday 14:00 to 14:45
Dumbelton Medical Centre – Thursday 14:15 to 15:00
Cedar House Surgery – Tuesday 09:00 to 11:00
Dumbelton Medical Centre – Thursday 09:00 to 11:00
Child Health – On the second and fourth Wednesdays of the month, 13:30 to 15:00, at the Butterfly Children’s Centrewhich is situated at Winhills Primary School, Cromwell Road, Eynesbury, St Neots, Cambs, PE19 2DX, Tel: 01480 358350.
Dumbelton Medical Centre – Tuesday 14:00 to 16:00
Cedar House Surgery – Wednesday 09:00 to 12:00
Dumbelton Medical Centre – Monday 13:00 to 16:00 (From the 21st March 2016 this will be changing to Tuesdays)
Cedar House Surgery – Thursday 09:00 to 12:00 and 14:00 to 17:00
Charges For Travel Vaccinations
Please call into the surgery to book a travel telephone consult with out travel nurse who can then organise any relevant appointments for vaccinations.
Travel Vaccination Fees:-
Cholera – Free of Charge or £10.00 charge if certificate required.
Hepatitis A – No Charge – PPA Claim IOS for booster
Hepatitis Ba for travel course of 3 – £52.00 each or £135.00 for 3 vacs.
Japanese Encephalitis (Booster-single dose)
Japanese Encephalitis (2 Doses)
Meningitis (Private – Single Dose)
Private Prescription (Travel)
Rabies (3 doses)
Rabies (Single Doses)
Tick-Borne Encephalitis (3 doses)
Vaccination Travel Certificate (Yellow Book)
Yellow Fever (Stamaril Live)
Mental Health - Prism Team
Prism (Primary care Service for Mental health) is a new service run by Cambridgeshire and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust (CPFT).
The service, which runs Monday to Friday, 9am-5pm, provides specialist mental health support for GP surgeries so that patients with mental health conditions can access prompt advice and support, receive help in a community setting and experience a more joined-up approach to care. Prism staff are mental health and allied health professionals, peer workers and recovery coaches, support workers and consultant psychiatrists.
Prism is for anyone aged between 17-65 years with mental health conditions and is based on a person’s needs rather than their diagnosis. So, how do you access Prism? The patient sees their GP and a decision is made as to which service would be appropriate for the patient - this could be a referral to the Prism team. Once referred, Prism staff would make contact with the patient / service user and either provide telephone advice and signposting or offer a face-to-face assessment. Patients will meet Prism staff in their local GP surgery, meaning they are in a familiar environment and reducing travel. The Prism service aims to ensure patients get the right treatment in the right place at the right time by the right person based on their need.
A pilot Prism service has been running in Huntingdon and Wisbech since last August and has been extremely well received. Fewer people have required specialist care and the majority were seen by the Prism team in their GP surgery where they received signposting, education, advice or interventions. There was also a notable reduction time for patients waiting to be assessed or seen by a consultant.