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Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Screening

There is a national programme to screen men. An invitation is sent to all men in their 65th year.

Any man aged 65 and older is entitled to be screened, if they have not previously been screened. If you wish to have this simple ultrasound examination, you can self-refer by telephone to 01784 884 859.

More information is on the website:  www.aaa.screening.nhs.uk/screening


Breast Screening

There is a national programme to screen women. An invitation is sent to all women over the age of 50 every 3 years up to their 71st birthday (older women can self-refer).  More information is available on this this website: www.nhs.uk/breastcancerscreening


Bowel Cancer Screening

Offered to men and women aged 60 to 74 every 2 years. 

In some areas of the country people aged 55 are also invited for a one-off bowel scope screening test. Those aged 75 or over can also request screening.  Please call the Freephone number below for further information.

Eligible patients that have missed their bowel cancer screening and no longer have their kit can request a new one from the Bowel Programme Hub on: Freephone - 0800 7076060

www.nhs.uk/bowel


Cervical Screening

Offered to women aged from 25 to 49 every 3 years and women aged 50 to 64 every 5 years.

www.nhs.uk/cervical


Diabetic Eye Screening

Offered annually to people with diabetes aged 12 and over.

www.nhs.uk/diabeticeye


Newborn Screening

  • Newborn hearing and blood spot (for 9 rare conditions
  • Physical examination (for problems withy eyes, hearts, hips and testes within 3 days of birth and again at 6 to 8 weeks of age

www.nhs.uk/pregnancyscreening


Screening in Pregnancy

  • Sickle cell and thalassaemia (ideally by 10 weeks)
  • Infectious diseases (HIV, hepatitis B and syphilis
  • Down's syndrome, Edwards' syndrome and Patau's syndrome
  • 11 physical conditions in the baby (20 week scan)
  • Diabetic retinopathy (for women with diabetes)

www.nhs.uk/pregnancyscreening


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