General GP
Cervical Cancer Prevention Week

Cervical Cancer Prevention Week

Cervical Cancer Prevention Week runs between 22nd – 28th January. The theme for 2018 is to reduce your risk. Over 3000 women a year are diagnosed with cervical cancer in the UK, with around 800 deaths as a result of cervical cancer. Most cervical cancers are caused by a sexually transmitted infections called HPV. What...
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Private GP Appointments

Millennials Favour Private Appointments With GPs

With up to 75% of private patients being reported to be aged between 20 and 39, it’s no surprise to hear that millennials favour private appointments over the NHS. It has recently been made clear that young people prefer going to a private GP where they will receive a same day service in oppose to...
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Private Medical Care

Why Choose A Private GP?

Going Private Choosing a private GP allows you to access health treatments for a number of medical conditions, providing you can pay for the service you receive. Private health services cover a number of things such as doctor appointments, physiotherapy and psychological services. Things to Consider Before committing yourself to private healthcare services there are...
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Walk-In Clinic

Choosing a walk in clinic in London

London is a great place to both live and work and if you are fortunate enough to do either, you will find plenty of options when it comes down to choosing a walk in clinic in London. Although there are many to choose from, making the best choice may not be quite so simple. A...
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Herpes Test

The Herpes test in London if worrying you may be infected

Are you worried that you may have a Herpes infection? If you are you can undergo a quick and simple Herpes test in London here at Broadgate GP Clinic London Wall. The different types of Herpes Herpes is caused by the Herpes Simplex virus. There are two types of Herpes Simplex virus – Type 1...
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Private Doctors In London

Where to find top private doctors in London

Some people who live and or work in London opt to go to Private Doctor London – Broadgate GP rather than their local NHS GPs. There are several reasons why this can be so. They include: Vastly reduced waiting times Guaranteed discretion and confidentiality Improved levels service Improved levels of patient care Fast track screening/test...
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Register For A Private Clinic

Do you have to register to use a private clinic?

Do you have to register to use a private clinic in London, or anywhere else here in the UK? Generally speaking, the answer is no; at least not in the same way that you have to register to be listed as a patient with your local NHS services or clinic. No registration required to call-in or...
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What is cystitis?

What is cystitis? Cystitis is a bladder infection that occurs when the bladder becomes inflamed or damaged in some way. The symptoms of cystitis There are a number of symptoms that could indicate that you have cystitis. They include: A burning or stinging sensation when you urinate A need to urinate more frequently Feeling that...
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The various types of thrush

The various types of thrush include: candidal skin infection, oral thrush, male thrush, and vaginal thrush. All types of thrush are infections caused by a group of yeast viruses referred to as Candida. Candidal skin infection A candidal skin infection (also known as cutaneous candidiasis) can be spread by sharing damp flannels and towels with...
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Understanding Autism

Understanding autism – Broadgate GP Clinic London Wall reveal the facts

To begin understanding Autism, or Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) to give it its full name, it must be appreciated that it is a lifelong development condition. It can affect everything in varying degrees, from how an autistic person communicates with others and their peers, to how they interpret the world around them in terms of...
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Heart Monitor

Precautions to take when encountering animals aboard

Precautions to take when encountering animals aboard Although they might look nice and cuddly, animals can represent a risk when travelling abroad. Dogs are probably the most widely known fear, due to the fact that Rabies, although banished here in the UK, it is still present in many foreign countries. The deadly danger of Rabies...
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Why do my hands & feet tingle in the cold? – Raynaud’s disease and how to treat it

Raynaud’s disease In this brief blog, we here at Broadgate Clinic London Wall are turning the spotlight on Raynaud’s phenomenon, often referred to as Raynaud’s syndrome or Raynaud’s disease; something that many people suffer from without even being aware that there is a name for the condition.
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