Clinics & Services

General Medical Services district_nurse

The practice provides services to all patients who are ill, from conditions from which recovery is generally expected; the terminally ill and those suffering from chronic disease. This includes offering consultations, physical examinations (where appropriate), health promotion, liaison with other healthcare professionals and, if appropriate, referral to other NHS services for treatment or further investigation.

Additional Medical Services

The practice also offers additional services to help maintain patient health, such as:

Cervical Screening 

Available for all registered females aged 25 to 64 (inclusive). 

Child Immunisations and Vaccinations

Notification of when the immunisations are due will be sent to you. However, if you have recently moved or feel your child is overdue for immunisation, please contact the surgery. The practice believes it is very important to ensure that all children are immunised against all potentially serious illnesses.

The surgery help in many ways to ensure your child has its correct immunisations; every baby has a record, which is completed when the child has each of its injections. A number of checks are made prior to immunisation to ensure the child is fit enough to be immunised on that day.

For more information and a schedule of the immunisation programme visit

Family Planning 

Advice, treatment and prescriptions including the enhanced service of coil insertions. You do not need to be registered to access this facility.

Minor Surgery 

The doctors undertake additional minor surgery procedures e.g. treatment of warts and verrucas and enhanced minor surgery procedures such as joint injections, microsuctions, implants and excisions.

Get Well, Keep Well

Of course we’re not just here for when you are unwell. Our team of healthcare professionals and back-up staff offer a number of clinics and services to promote good health and wellbeing whatever your medical condition.

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