Clinics & Services
General management of medical conditions, Health promotion advice, Emergency care if appropriate, Referral for other services if appropriate, urgently required care for temporary residents.
Cervical screening, Cryotherapy, Child Health Surveillance, Maternity Services, Contraceptive Services, Vaccinations and Immunisations.
Alcohol, Child Protection, Childhood Immunisations, Choose and Book, Contraceptive Implants, Exercise, Chronic Disease Management, Depression, Diabetes, Flu Immunisations, HIV Care, Intermediate Care, Leg Ulcer Care, MMR Immunisations, IUCD Insertions, Meningitis C Immunisations, Minor Surgery – Injections, Neonatal Visits, Palliative Care, Phlebotomy, Pneumococcal Immunisations, Smoking Cessation, Substance Misuse, Suture Removal, Wound Closure
Registered patients aged 16 -75 who have not been seen for 3 years may request a consultation
Registered patients aged over 75 years who have not been seen in the previous 12 months may request a consultation
These appointments will be with the Practice Nurse. (If you are unable to attend the surgery for these checks because of your medical condition a home visit may be arranged.)
We provide advice, counselling and a range of contraceptive services including emergency contraception, pill checks, coils and implants.
Maternity care is provided by all the doctors and this is usually shared between your GP and the community midwife. We offer free pregnancy tests for teenagers and some local pharmacies will also offer to do the test for you. As soon as you know you are pregnant please make an appointment to see your doctor. This early appointment gives you an opportunity to discuss your hopes and fears and to plan the care you would like to receive. The community midwives are happy to support most women who want a home birth.
Child Health Clinic
Immunisations are given by the practice nurse. Please call the surgery to book an appointment.
Adult and holiday immunisations are given by the practice nurses by appointment. If you are intending to go abroad it is advisable to make an appointment to see the nurse two to three months in advance to discuss the requirements. We ask that you fill in our travel form, available at reception, and the nurse will call you back to discuss your requirements.The nurse stocks a full range of holiday vaccinations and will give you all the necessary information.
Some vaccinations, not covered by the NHS, require a fee.