We all know that it’s important to stay healthy, but with a busy schedule it can be hard to make a doctor’s appointment for every little thing. That’s why The Shepmed Clinic is here. The Shepmed Clinic makes healthcare convenient, so you can make your health a priority. Because after all, isn’t life about feeling good?

 

  • Affordable, convenient healthcare
  • No Appointment Necessary.
  • Open six days a week.
  • Prescriptions available as needed.
  • Care for common family illnesses.

Wellness care including:

  • Blood pressure monitoring
  • Glucose monitoring
  • Cholesterol monitoring
  • Vitamin injections
  • Adult vaccines

Health checks including:

  • Blood Pressure
  • Cholesterol
  • Diabetes

This measures how effectively blood is transported to your organs. Systolic pressure (the higher value) fluctuates with mood and stress; and diastolic (the lower value) is fairly stable.

Blood cholesterol levels are measured by a small blood sample taken from your finger.

The blood is tested for total cholesterol levels and just gives an indication of whether it is necessary to have further full lipoprotein profile completed

Our clinic sisters and pharmacists undergo constant training and are at the cutting edge of the latest developments and research available.

Please consult our sister for your primary health care requirements

  • Medicine use reviews: why, when, how and the benefits of compliance
  • Prescription intervention: addressing problems with taking medication and the benefits of taking them
  • New medication services: for first time users. Explaining needs of meds, addressing issues and concerns to

        Enhanced Services

  • Supervised consumption (drug misuse rehabilitation drugs)
  • Rehabilitation – alcoholics and drugs misuse. Medication use that may affect rehabilitation process
  • Emergency contraception
  • Smoking cessation
  • Diet programmes
Prevent flu this season by vaccinating yourself, family and staff against the winter’s worse.
This is a measurement of the amount of sugar in your blood. Elevated blood sugar levels can lead to diabetes.