Johnson Medical Practice was rated "GOOD" at a recent CQC Inspection

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The Minor Illness Advanced Nurse Practitioner -led Clinic


At the Johnson Medical Practice we have an advanced Nurse Practitioner clinic Monday to Friday am & pm. The clinic is designed to help the patients at the Practice to access medical advice and treatment quickly and easily for a range of illnesses.


The Minor Illness Clinics are run by our specially trained Nurse Practitioners who are able to offer advice and prescription treatment where appropriate, so that you are seen quickly.

However, these Clinics are NOT suitable for:


 Pregnant Ladies

 Conditions under ongoing GP review

 Referral Requests

 Conditions that have been present for more than 7 days

 Repeat prescription requests

 Babies under the age of one year

 Obtaining sick notes


Kindly note - if you think that you have a water infection, please bring an early morning water sample with you to your appointment.

Thank you


You can attend if you are suffering from any of the following conditions:

Allergic skin reaction                     Allergies                           Bruising

Chest Infections                           Constipation                     Cough

Cystitis                                        Ear problems & earache    Eczema

Fever                                           Hay fever                          Headache

High temperature                          Ingrown toenails               Insect bites & stings

Rashes                                        Skin problems                   Tonsillitis

Your local Pharmacist/Chemist are trained to manage certain self-limiting conditions.

Consider seeing your pharmacist initially for conditions such as:


Athlete’s foot                      Blocked nose                           Cold

Cold sores                          Conjunctivitis                           Diarrhoea

Emergency contraception    Haemorrhoids                           Heartburn

Indigestion                          Mouth Ulcers                           Pregnancy testing

Scabies                               Sore throat                               Threadworm

Thrush                                Tummy upset                           Warts


(See the Nurse Practitioner if you condition does not improve or the Pharmacist advises a medical consultation)




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