Checkups & Consultations
Dietitian, Phlebotomist, Psychology, Counselling
Prescriptions & Medication
Please see Prescriptions Page
Vaccinations & Immunisation
All Childhood Vaccinations, Travel Advice and Vaccinations
Cysts, Moles, Lumps and Bumps removed and Joint Injections
Contraceptive Pill, Sexual health advice and screening, Free condoms and general advice, Cervical Cytology [Smears], Antenatal and Postnatal Care
Cancer, Diabetes, Heart Disease and Chronic Diseases. Routine NHS Health Checks are free for all patients over the age of 45 and special Health Checks are available for patients over the age of 75.
Baby & Child Walk-in Clinic
Child Development and Vaccine Clinic, Wednesday 1:30pm – 3:00pm
We complete various medical reports including insurance, occupational, disability and housing reports. For enquiries please contact us
Our GPs, Nurses and Health Assistants are available to provide advice on all aspects of medical care.
We complete various medical reports including but not limited to insurance, occupational, disability and housing reports. We aim to complete all reports within 2 weeks from the date of receipt. For all enquiries please contact us.
If the report does not form part of the NHS services a charge may apply (please see the list of Private Fees below). Where possible, we base our fees in line with the British Medical Associate (BMA) Guidance which is issued yearly.
You can view our list of Private Fees here.
IMPORTANT: read our guidance on Letters and Reports before you book an appointment
Message about the I-Hub service
Please see a notice about the I-Hub Service here
PPG Meeting 17 September 2019
Flu clinics this Winter
See our new flu clinic times here
Saturday Morning Clinics
We are now offering appointments on Saturday Mornings, from 06 July 2019. Click here for more information.
Our Nurses are available to provide the following services:
Baby and Child Walk-In Clinic
This is held on Wednesdays between 1:30pm – 3:00pm. During this clinic the Practice Nurse will be present to give child immunisations.
The Doctor is available between 10:30am – 12:00pm for 6 week baby checks.
The Health Visitor is also available fortnightly for weight monitoring and advice for children up to 5 years old.
Please ask at the reception desk for more information.
For your test results please telephone the surgery between 12:30pm – 2:30pm.
On average please allow 5 working days for your blood test results to reach the Practice unless your doctor has advised otherwise.
Imaging results such as X-ray and Ultrasound Scan results usually take approximately 2 weeks to reach the Practice.
We will only give results to the person who has had the test.
Please remember it is the patient’s responsibility to find out their test result.
Also remember that any tests ordered by the hospital doctors will be sent back to the hospital doctors, not to the Practice.
If you require any vaccinations relating to foreign travel you need to make an appointment with the practice nurse to discuss your travel arrangements. The nurse will need to know which countries you are visiting to determine what vaccinations are required. The nurse will also advise you if malaria tablets are required.
It is important to make your travel appointment as early as possible – at least 8 weeks before you travel. Some travel vaccinations require a course of injections over a number of weeks and need time to work. Some malaria tablets will also need to be started in advance of reaching your destination.
This surgery is a registered Yellow Fever Centre.
Please note: some travel vaccinations and malaria tablets are not covered by the NHS and are therefore chargeable.
For more health advice on the countries you are travelling to please visit: https://nathnac.net/
Young Persons Information
Are you ready for sex? Where can you get contraception or free condoms? Is your body normal? What should you do if a condom splits? And what about infections? Find answers to these questions, and more, by clicking on the link below:
Chlamydia – What is Chlamydia?
Chlamydia is a bacteria that affects the sex organs. If it is not treated the infection can spread to other parts of the body and cause pain, especially in the abdomen (lower stomach, and may cause infertility (being unable to have children).
What is the Chlamydia Test?
If you want to have the test you will be asked to complete a form and give a urine(wee) sample. The test is simple and painless.
Where can I get the Chlamydia Test?
Please ask at Reception, or speak to the GP or Nurse.
Alternatively, you can make an appointment at the surgery for a sexual health check up, or log onto: www.chlamydiascreening.nhs.uk click on ‘choose chlamydia screening’ and enter your postcode to find the nearest screening sites.