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Clinics & Services

During opening hours, the practice provides a range of services to meet the reasonable needs of patients. It provides all essential services to registered and temporary patients or those needing immediately necessary treatment. This includes treatment, referral and advice. 

If you have not been seen by a doctor for over three years and you are over 16, or for one year if you are over 75, you may ask for a health check appointment with the practice nurse.

Asthma and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Clinics

Asthma checks and checks for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease are carried out by our Practice Nurses, who have undergone specialist training and can provide monitoring of your condition, advice on inhaler technique and new medications.

Cervical Screening

It is very important for women between 25 and 49 to have a cervical smear test every three years and for women between 50 and 64 to have a cervical smear every five years, for which they will receive a recall letter. The test is carried out by the Practice Nurse.

Childhood Vaccination and Health Clinics

Childhood vaccinations are important as these vaccinations protect children from serious illness. Your child will be invited by post to attend for vaccination.

Vaccination clinics are run Tuesdays 10.30-12.00. You will be sent an appointment when your baby’s immunisation is due.

If you have any concerns about the safety of vaccination, please discuss with the Health Visitor, Practice Nurse or one of the Doctors.

Coronary Heart Disease and Stroke Clinics

Coronary heart disease and stroke clinics are run by our practice nurses. The clinic provides monitoring of your condition and medication, advice on risk factors and tries to help you to minimise the risk of future problems.

Diabetes Clinic

Diabetic checks are carried out by the Practice Nurses, who assess all aspects of your diabetic care.

Flu Clinic

These clinics are run prior to the flu season annually by our Practice Nurses. Vaccination against seasonal flu is recommended for the over 65's or those in at risk groups. This includes anyone over 6 months of age with chest problems, with chronic heart, kidney and liver disease, the immuno-suppressed, diabetics, pregnant women and carers.

More about Flu

Leg Ulcer Clinic

Leg ulcers are monitored and treated by our Practice Nurses.

Minor Surgery

Some minor surgical procedures are carried out in the practice. Your doctor will refer you to these clinics if it is appropriate.

Smoking Cessation Clinic

We can help if you want to give up smoking. Please ask at reception. 

Travel Advice and Vaccinations

A Travel Clinic is held on by our Practice Nurses, who can offer a full range of foreign travel immunisations, malaria prevention and advice. Try to make your first appointment about eight weeks before you travel in case a course of vaccinations is necessary. There is a charge for some of the vaccinations and we will be happy to advise you on these. More information is available on the above “Travel Vaccination” page.

Nurse Practitioner

Our Nurse Practitioner is a nurse with advanced training and can provide a wide range of services to patients. She can see, diagnose and treat most routine and acute conditions, and can prescribe medication where appropriate. 

Read more about the Nurse Practitioner.

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