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Cervical Smear Test
A cervical smear test for women involves a simple, quick test for changes which occur before cancer develops. These changes can be easily treated in an outpatient clinic and cancer prevented.
All Women aged between 25 and 64 will be invited for their smear test by letter and should have regular smear tests unless advised otherwise. If you think you are due to have a test and have not been called, please let us know. Smears are very important so if you are worried about the test or would like to know more, please ask - do not just ignore the letter.
Find out more via the links below:
'Get a smear test - it's worth it!' article
NHS Cervical Screening
Hearing Aid Repair Drop-in Clinic
Are held here the First Friday of each month: 1.30-2:30pm
The next clinic will be held on Friday 6th December 2019.
To view other clinics in the area or for further information click here
Speech and Language Therapy Pre-School Drop-In Service
Is your child talking?
Need help and advice?
If you are worried about your child’s speech and language development you can visit a drop-in session. No need to pre-book, just call in (bring your red book).
Harrogate and District NHS Foundation Trust offer a Pre-School Drop-In Service. The sessions are run by a speech and language therapist who will be able to chat you about any concerns that you may have.
For more information contact the Child Development Centre at Harrogate Hospital on 01423 553122.
Are you drinking enough? What colour is your urine?
To see if you are drinking enough fluids thorough out the day please view the helpful guides below:
"Are you drinking enough?" (PDF, 378KB)
"What colour is your urine?"
Hayfever Treatment Advice
Do you suffer from Hayfever? Please click here and get some advice.