Clinics & Services
Our midwife runs regular antenatal clinics. If you become pregnant, you will be given a ‘booking appointment’ at which our midwife will carry out a health check. You will be seen regularly throughout your pregnancy at the practice or the local hospital, or both.
Immunisations for pre-school children are run weekly. usually on a Thursday morning.
Free, fast and confidential screening for 15 to 24 year olds.
Chronic Disease Clinics
The doctors and practice nurses run specialist clinics to keep a check on longstanding medical problems, including Diabetes, COPD, Asthma and High Blood Pressure. These clinics are not bookable directly. Patients are called for review.
Emergency contraception is available. Please ask at Reception for an urgent same-day appointment.
Family Planning & Maternity Services
All doctors and some nurses can offer advice on contraception. All doctors are qualified to look after women during pregnancy. Some GPs are also qualified to fit/remove intra-uterine devices (coils) and implants (Nexplanon).
Influenza vaccination is recommended for patients with a heart, lung or kidney disease, diabetes and for patients in residential care and those aged 65 and over. Vaccinations start in October/November depending on when vaccine is available.
Certain doctors are qualified to carry out minor operations including joint injections. Most of these operations are carried out in the treatment area. Please make it quite clear to the receptionist if the doctor has advised you that you require a minor operation. These often need a longer time than an ordinary appointment.
These are carried out by practice nurses and doctors. Please remember to tell the receptionist if you are booking for a cervical smear.
Family Planning Clinics
A weekly clinic for advice on contraception and sexual health. Emergency contraception is also available.
One to one counselling from one of our healthcare assistants. There may be a short waiting list for this service.
The practice nurses are available Monday to Friday between 08:45 and 18.00 (emergencies only between 12:00 and 13:30). Nurses are qualified to give advice on minor conditions, including accidents, dressings, injections (including holiday vaccinations) blood and other tests including cervical smears. They are happy to advise you on any aspect of healthy living. Please book appointments by calling the appointments line.
If you are travelling abroad, the treatment area nurses can give you all the advice you need about vaccinations and how to keep yourself healthy while you are away. You are advised to complete a travel questionnaire (you will find under forms) and return it to us at least 8 - 10 weeks before you travel. Some travel vaccinations are not covered under the NHS and there will be a fee to pay. For more information see our travel page.