Surgery Clinics

If you would like to book one of these clinics, please book your appointment online, or contact us on 01689 821551.

Clinics/Services

Maternity Services – Patients are referred to the Princess Royal University Hospital for their maternity care. However, we do have a community midwife that comes in every two weeks on a Friday afternoon to see ladies that are between 16 and 40 weeks pregnant.
Nursing Clinics and Investigations/Tests – The nurse is available on Monday mornings, Thursday afternoon and Friday mornings. She runs dedicated diabetic clinics monthly and a child vaccination clinic on a Thursday afternoon. During her normal clinics she can do NHS health checks, well man/woman checks, smears, contraception advice, dressings, holiday vaccinations, ear syringing, new patient checks, asthma checks, blood pressure checks and spirometry tests.
Travel – The Practice Nurse can advise on travel vaccination requirements. We are not able to give yellow fever vaccinations
Family Planning and Sexual Health  – All the clinical staff at the surgery are able to give advice on family planning and sexual health.
Well Person Clinics – The Practice Nurse can do well man/woman checks in her clinics.
Minor Illness –  Leaflets are available to patients on how to deal with minor illnesses (ie colds) without having to visit the doctor.
Patients with Long Term Conditions – Patients with long term conditions will be monitored on a regular basis. They can also be referred to the community matron for her input during a home visit. She can advise on other services that can assist the patient. Referrals to other community based organisations can be made as and when necessary.
Child Health and Immunisations – The practice nurse administers childhood vaccinations during her clinic on a Thursday afternoon, but can do at other times if this is not convenient. Child health surveillance for the under 5’s is undertaken by our health visitors. The over 5’s will be seen by the school nurse.
Medicals and Forms – The patients usual GP can complete insurance forms etc. There is a charge for this type of work, patients can ask at reception. We ask for 7 days to complete a form. Medicals are undertaken outside of surgery consultation hours. The doctors will give the patient a time and date when they can do this. There is a charge for medicals.
Flu Vaccines – During October the surgery hold regular flu clinics where vaccinations are given. However, if these times are not convenient the nurse will give these in her normal clinics.
Cancer Screening / Aortic Aneurysm Screening – All screening is done following the guidelines for the national screening programmes.