Services We Provide
All doctors and some of our nurses are trained in family planning and offer a full range of services, including emergency contraception.
Working with the community midwives, the doctors offer antenatal care throughout the week.
This is clinic is run by a practice nurse and is for patients who may require a change in their medication, newly diagnosed patients and those who require regular support.
A weekly clinic for patients with diabetes is run by a practice nurse.
There are weekly clinics run by both a doctor and practice nurse for patients who have been referred due to raised blood pressure.
The practice nurses can provide advice and vaccinations appropriate for your travels abroad. We are also registered to provide vaccinations for yellow fever. Please make an appointment at least 8 weeks before you travel to ensure that you can complete the full courses of any recommended vaccines. However, it is possible to have some immunisations even at short notice.
Our practice nurses are happy to advise you about any immunisations that you should keep up to date. We encourage all patients with chronic medical conditions or aged over 65 to have a vaccination against influenza ('flu) every year. Please make an appointment for one of our Flu Clinics which are held from October to December. We can also provide vaccination against pneumonia.
All the nurses offer a range of advice and support to help you maintain a healthy lifestyle e.g. stopping smoking, dietary advice, exercise, menopause. Women aged between 25 and 65 years will be invited to have a cervical smear at least every 3 years.
The doctors have the facilities to perform a range of minor surgical procedures.
Child Health Clinic
This clinic is held on Thursday afternoons. It provides routine checks and immunisations for children under 5 years of age. This clinic is for well children only - please do not bring your child to the clinic for the treatment of illness or for repeat prescriptions.