Lower Stondon Surgery

01462 850305


Family Planning

Advice on contraception including coil fittings and implant.

Time: Routine appointment with either a Doctor or Nurse. Please call the surgery for further information.

Antenatal and postnatal Care

Routine antenatal and postnatal check-ups by our qualified midwife.

Time: Wednesday and Thursday afternoons.


The Phlebotomist runs a clinic on Monday and Thursday mornings.

Mother & Baby

A well baby clinic will now be held on the last Tuesday of every month at Stondon Baptist Church during little treasures mums and toddlers group 9.15 to 10.15 starting on the 29th September 2015.

Time: Alternate tuesday afternoons

Health Visitor

Drop in clinic for advice & chat with Health Visitor

Time: During normal surgery hours

Childhood Immunisations

These are carried out by the Practice Nurses

Time: During normal surgery hours


Regular check-ups and advice from practice nurses on lifestyle, inhaler techniques and medication.

Time: During surgery hours as an appointment with our nurses.

Diabetic Checks

Annual check with our nurses.

Time: During surgery hours, appointments will be with one of our nurses.

Cervical Smear Tests

Appointments can be made either with the doctors or the nurses.

Time: Routine surgery hours

Minor Surgery

The removal of minor lumps and bumps can be performed at the surgery. An appointment with a doctor is required first.


A referral for counselling can be arranged following discussion with a doctor.

Time: Appointment with a doctor is required first.

Smoking Cessation

An appointment with the Practice Nurse is required. She will monitor and review your progress fortnightly.


Newly diagnosed diabetics can be offered an appointment with the Dietician at a local community clinic.

Time: Referral by Dr required

Health Check

If you are aged between 40 and 74, you may be eligible for a NHS health check. Please call reception to find out if you are eligible.

Please ask at Reception for details.

Minor Illnesses & Injuries

If you have a minor illness or injury you do not always need to go straight to the Accident & Emergency Department. You may be able to be assessed at the surgery and advised. If you are able to be seen at the surgery, then you would avoid a long wait at A&E. Please contact Reception.

Travel Clinic

If you are travelling abroad and believe that you will need travel vaccinations, please complete the travel form. These forms will also be available at Reception. Once completed, you can send the form by email to lower.stondon@nhs.net or bring into the surgery. Then you will need to contact the surgery 2 working days later to find out what vaccinations you may require.


Preferably contact the surgery 6 weeks before travelling as the vaccinations need to be completed at least 2 weeks before travel for them to be fully effective.

This practice provides all travel vaccines. However, not all are available on the NHS.

The following vaccinations are available on the NHS:

  • Tetanus/ diphtheria/ polio
  • Typhoid
  • Hepatitis A

The Practice offer the following vaccinations privately with a charge:

  • Yellow fever
  • Hepatitis B
  • Japanese encephalitis
  • Tick borne encephalitis
  • Meningitis (travel)
  • Rabies

If you need malaria tablets, these can be issued on a private prescription after consultation with the Practice Nurse.