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Clinics & Services

We provide the following services:

In-house Vasectomy Service

The vasectomy service that we offer is not just for Trinity Medical Centre patients but also for anyone who is referred to us by their own doctor. The majority of those who come for vasectomy are treated under the NHS; however, we do offer a private service also.

The normal NHS route is to discuss the operation with your own doctor who will refer you to us if he/she feels it appropriate. We do the rest.

The operation itself is simple, performed under a local anaesthetic and usually takes around half an hour. Vasectomies are performed by an experienced surgeon in our minor surgery room. Male Sterilisation (Vasectomy) procedures are carried out by Dr Kulkarni – for both NHS and Private Patients. An appointment must be made to see Dr Kulkarni initially.

Minor surgery (e.g. removal of moles and skin lesions) – provided in–house – Minor surgery

A wide range of minor surgical procedures and joint injections can be carried out at the surgery. An appointment must be made to see Dr Kulkarni initially.

This service is not only offered to our own patients but also patients from other surgeries in Staffordshire and parts of Derbyshire too. The normal NHS route is to be referred to us by your GP if he/she feels it appropriate, instead of them referring you to a hospital.

Other Services

  • Maternity Services
  • Immunisations for travel 
  • Advice for travel health
  • Well woman / well man services
  • Chronic disease care management for asthma, diabetes, hypertension, ischaemic heart disease, and anticoagulant monitoring. 
  • Screening advice for cervical screening, HRT/menopause, stop smoking, dietary advice and sexual health
  • Vaccinations – travel vaccinations and advice, childhood vaccinations and annual flu and pneumonia injections for over 65s and those with chronic disease.
  • Travel health advice 
  • Ear syringing 
  • Telehealth care 
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