We run a range of clinics. For an appointment or further details, please call our telephone number on (01900) 603985
We would like all expectant mothers to either contact the Reception Desk for an appointment as soon as they find out they are pregnant, or self refer themselves directly to the antenatal department at Workington Community Hospital, so the patient can be booked early for scans and blood tests etc. to avoid any risk factors.
You are also most welcome to make an appointment for a pre-pregnancy consultation with a clinician.
Electronic Maternity Notes App now available for all new bookings! Follow this link to register your details with your community midwife.
Registering Your Baby with a GP
Please bring your registration form to the surgery for your baby to be registered with a Doctor as soon as you are able. It is important to register your baby following the birth.
You will be forwarded a Post-Natal appointment, please attend, as this is done for the well being of both you and your child, by appointment only.
Child Health Surveillance
All babies at 6 weeks old are invited to surgery for their 6 week baby check. This is by appointment only with the Doctor.
Child Health Clinics
Child health clinics are run by the Health Visitor. She will inform you of the various locations and times of their child health clinics.
The contraceptive pill, Emergency Contraceptive, IUCDs & Nexplanon are all available within Orchard House Surgery. Please ask at reception for an appointment with Dr Kirby
Cervical Smear Clinic
Please ask receptionists to make you an appointment with one of our practice nurse’s
Thursday 9am – 12noon
Minor operations. Please discuss this with your doctor who will then arrange for you to be given an appointment.
Led by Lead Nurse, this clinic offers advice and general health check-ups to patients diagnosed with diabetes – By appointment only.
Asthma sufferers can receive advice and support in this clinic from our nurses who specialise in asthma care – by appointment only.
Coronary Heart Disease
CHD sufferers can receive advice and support in this clinic from our nurses who specialise in CHD care – by appointment only.
Chronic Disease Management
Appointments for all other chronic disease management areas are made by appointment
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25 Church Road, Harrington, Workington CA14 5QA
Unit 6,Moorclose Rd/About, Moorclose, Workington, CA14 3RW
91 Main Road, Seaton, Workington CA14 1JE
Workington Community Hospital, Park Lane, Workington CA14 2RW
Cumbria Partnership NHS Foundation Trust no longer provides a Stop Smoking Service, as Public Health are now Commissioning this service from local pharmacies.
Please find a list of pharmacies above, who offer smoking cessation support in Workington. Public Health have advised that due to staff turnover and training, it is recommended that all patients contact the Freephone signposting number for the most up to date information before attending the pharmacy.
Telephone 0300 013 3000.
The Podiatry Service
Patients are now able to self refer to the Chiropody Service. There is a referral form that you are required to complete and sign. The aim of this service is to make the pathway to the Podiatry service faster. Please ask at reception for a referral form.
Patients are now able to self refer to the Physiotherapy Service. There is a referral form that you are required to complete and sign. The aim of this service is to make the pathway to the Physiotherapy service faster. Please ask at reception for a referral form.