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pregnant1Baby Clinic

Our baby/child clinic is held every Tuesday between 1pm and 3pm, and Wednesday between 1pm and 2:30pm.

An appointment is necessary for immunisations and developmental checks, for children aged between 0-4 years.


Diabetic Clinic

Our Nurses are availiable for routine monitoring, testing and advice.

We recommend that all our diabetic patients have regular reviews every 6 months. Please book an appointment at reception.



Our Nurses are availiable for regular COPD checks. Please book an appointment at reception.

Health Visitor

The health visitor attached to the Practice is available to give advice at the Baby Clinic. 

Family Planning

The Practice offers a range of family planning services, which include injectable and oral contraceptives and the ‘morning after’ pill. 

chdSTD Screening

We offer Chlamydia and Gonorrhoea screening for 15-25 year olds. 

Cervical Smear Tests

We recommend that all women who are, or have been sexual active between the ages of 25 and 65 years have a smear test taken every three years. 

HPV Vaccination

This vaccination is available to girls aged 16 to 18. This vaccine protects against cervical cancer and we would encourage all girls in this age group to consider having the vaccination. Please make an appointment with our practice Nurse.

Maternity Care

The ante-natal clinic is held every Tuesday between 9.10 am and 10.40 am.  Please make an appointment at reception. 

Minor Surgery

The Doctor will undertake minor surgery procedures.  Each individual case should be discussed with the Doctor; following this an appointment will be offered. 

Wart Clinic

We also offer cryotherapy to remove warts and verrucae, please book at reception.

Health Care Assistant Clinics

We have a dedicated health care assistant whose primary roles are to take bloods and check urine samples, check blood pressures, monitor weight and height and give information regarding general wellbeing.

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