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Deane ClinicOne Stop Health CentreHorsefield StBolton, BL3 4LUTel: 01204 471444
**These services have been temporarily suspended / stopped until further notice. **
Minor surgery is a surgical procedure does not involve general anaesthesia or respiratory assistance during the surgical procedure.
There are many condition which can be treated with a local anaesthesia
We provide procedures such as:-
All these services are free for NHS patients.
We provide shared care for pregnant women with Antenatal Clinic.
Antenatal care monitors your health during pregnancy, as well as the health and development of your baby. It can help predict possible problems with your pregnancy or the birth, so action can be taken to avoid or treat them. (BBC, 2010)
You can use the appointments to ask any questions you may have and to share any concerns. If you need advice between appointments, please call our main reception.
Further Information: BBC- http://www.bbc.co.uk/health/physical_health/pregnancy/pregnancy_antenatalcare.shtml)
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