It is helpful to know if you have a Carer (someone who takes on an unpaid caring role) or if you are a Carer for someone else. We have a page dedicated to Carers where you can also register with us as a carer so we can provide you with additional support.
This is held on Wednesday afternoon and a midwife is usually present. New Antenatal patients will be seen by the midwife at the surgery or be contacted and seen at home.
For information on on preparing for pregnancy, the roles of your GP, Community Midwife, Health Visitor and Hospital Clinics in the provision of your ante-natal and post-natal care, please view our Pregnancy Care page.
This is for patients who are due an annual asthma review. You can use our online form to submit your review to us, or alternatively drop into the surgery and we can provide you with a paper form to complete.
If your symptoms are deteriorating or you have any concerns, please make an appointment to the respiratory nurse as well.
This is held on Tuesday 2.00pm - 3.30pm and is for well babies only. This is an informal clinic and no appointment is needed. Please come along to chat about any worries you may have and have your baby weighed if you wish.
This is a weekly Nurse clinic for the follow up of patients having heart disease.
If you are between the ages of 15- 25 you can have a free Chlamydia test ... This is done on a urine sample. The results are confidential and can be sent to your mobile phone. Ask the doctors, advanced nurse practitioners or nurses for the test. For more information about Chlamydia and the national screening programme visit www.nhs.uk.
This is a weekly Nurse and Nurse clinic for the follow up of diagnosed diabetic patients.
Our ENT Clinics are run by a team of specialists, which includes a GP with a Special Interest in Ear, Nose and Throat problems, Audiologists, visiting Hospital ENT Consultants and fully trained nurses. Referrals are made via your GP.
Both doctors and nurses offer contraceptive services. Guidance on the best method of contraception for you is given and these include the pill, contraceptive injections, caps and coils, or implants.
Emergency contraception is also part of the service.
Patient confidentiality is respected at all times.
Childhood immunisation clinics are held weekly by our nurses. The nurses also carry out all routine and holiday immunisations (including Yellow Fever), for patients registered at out practice.
As a yellow fever centre we are able to offer yellow fever immunisations to patients who are not registered with us.
Not all immunisations are provided free of charge by the NHS. Please ask the nurse whether a charge will be made before you have your immunisation.
These can be dealt with by the Nursing Team. For smoking cessation please complete a Red Card available from Reception. For other enquiries ask either the Nurses or at Reception.
We have the facilities to perform various minor operations. Please see one of the Doctors in Surgery.
Our Practice Nursing team provide the following services by appointment:
The Doctors are willing to undertake private medical examinations for insurance purposes and for LGV and other licenses. You may also be charged a fee for other non-NHS services such as private sick notes, private health insurance forms, passports, fitness to travel certificates and holiday cancellation forms.
Appointments can be made through reception.
Usually on Tuesday and Thursdays.
If you are 75 years or over, we offer you an annual consultation with the nurse. This can be done at the surgery, but if you are housebound, please tell the receptionist and we will arrange a review in your own home. Please bring a urine specimen with you.
These are held weekly by our Practice Nurses.
Our Practice Nurses are available for advice and immunisations. An appointment should be made at least 6 weeks prior to travel. Further information including access to our online travel forms can be found here.