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Address
Sunlight Centre Surgery
105 Richmond Road
Gillingham
Kent
ME7 1LX
01634 283847

Clinics and services

Clinic times

The surgery runs a variety of specialist clinics for our patients, these include minor operations, minor illnesses, diet and lifestyle advice, well woman, well man, immunisations, diabetes etc. Please check with reception staff for times and availability. 

CHD/Blood pressure For patients who have been diagnosed with CHD, or are worried about your blood pressure (BP), you can call in to the surgery and wait for to be seen by a practitioner or HCA for a BP check
Blood tests
(phlebotomy)

Thurs 8.30 – 11.30am (no appt. needed).

MCH offers this service within the surgery. A number system is used for this clinic. Please take a ticket from the machine when you arrive. Glucose tolerence tests are not carried out at this clinic.

Please note this clinic runs on a 'first come first served basis'.

All registered patients aged 16-74 are eligible for a health check every 3 years and all registered patients aged over 75 are eligible for an annual health check.

Nurse clinics

The Sunlight surgery has a selection of nurses that specialise in different areas of medicine, such as diabetes, asthma and woman's health. We also have seven prescribing practitioners within the nursing team that are able to prescribe for minor illnesses.

Child and family health

These services include:

  • home visits to all newborn babies by the health visitor
  • immunisations by the practice nurse

Home visits can be arranged to discuss other issues, e.g. behaviour management, sleep problems, diet and family issues. Please contact the health visiting team for more information >

Maternity services

To arrange your midwifery care, book online here >

Once you complete the online referral form, the midwife will contact you. 

Community nursing

The community nurses give nursing care to housebound patients in their homes. In assessing individual, family or community health needs the nursing team is involved in a wide variety of activities including:

  • expert and specialist care for the acute or terminally ill
  • health promotion for the disabled and handicapped and support for their carers
  • nursing patients and teaching their relatives to aid recovery and promote rehabilitation

Please contact the community nursing team for more information >

Counselling

Patients can be referred for counselling by a GP, or you can self refer.

To find out about any qualified provider in Medway, please check the live it well website >

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