It is important that all patients with asthma have regular check-ups so that their condition can be monitored and their treatment adjusted where necessary. We offer an asthma clinic run by our nurses who have both experience and qualifications in asthma care. You will receive a letter when your asthma check is due.
If you are having trouble with your asthma but do not think you need an appointment at the practice, we can often give you advice over the phone. You can either book a telephone consultation with one of our doctors, or speak to one of our nurses in the clinic.
For more information, please visit the Asthma UK website.
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