Welcome to Indigo Medical
We are a group practice conveniently located in central St Helier with branch surgeries at the Little Grove Clinic, St Lawrence and Red Houses, St Brelade. Our clinical team comprises 14 doctors, 11 male and 3 female, and 3 practice nurses. Being a long established practice, we serve approximately 1/6th of the population.
We strive to offer the highest standard of patient-centred healthcare. At Indigo Medical we offer a wide variety of general medical services including antenatal and postnatal care, minor surgery, childhood immunisations, well person and insurance medicals.
If your Doctor performs any tests they should confirm with you how you will get the results. If you haven’t heard after a couple of weeks then please call the surgery.
We now offer an easy, repeat prescription service online. Follow the link in the top navigation to find out how to use this recourse. Any problems please call the surgery.
In an emergency please call 999 – otherwise please call Jersey Doctors on Call on 445445. This is a service we share with all GPs on the island to provide out of hours care.
With 14 doctors; 11 male, 3 female & 3 practice nurses, we are an established practice serving approximately 1/6th of the population of Jersey and offer the highest standard of healthcare.
All Doctors can advise on travel abroad. We have access to the latest advice on all counties and or fridges are fully stocked with relevant vaccines needed.
It is not too late to have your flu jab, and it is especially important for children, those over 65 or anyone with a chronic illness.
A full physical examination is a general examination of the body performed by one of our general practitioners (GPs).
Allergic disease is increasingly common with many people being affected by hay fever, food allergies, asthma and allergic skin conditions.
For businesses wishing to discuss the services we can offer to you and your company, please don’t hesitate to contact Dr Dean Balbes, Dr David Bailey, Dr David Howell or Dr Roger Marson-Smith.
If you are ever concerned about any mole or other changing skin lesion, please book an appointment.
Dr Roger Marson-Smith has a specialist interest in eyes and the town surgery is equipped with a slit lamp to help examine the eye.
These are breathing studies to help assess lung function and help diagnose conditions such as asthma or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
Electrocardiograms, which are electrical tracings of the heart rhythm, can be carried out and interpreted in the surgery.
All Doctors can carry these out. Please let the receptionists know when booking so enough time can be allowed for the appointment.