Clinics & Services

Adult Vaccinations

All adults should ensure they have tetanus, diphtheria and polio cover. Our practice nurses can advise you. Flu vaccinations are available each autumn for over 65 year olds and people with certain medical conditions e.g. chronic chest problems, diabetes and heart disease. Pneumococcal vaccine is targeted at certain individuals and will be offered, if appropriate.

Baby Clinic (Well Baby)

This is held on Wednesday mornings.  Appointments must be made for 8 week checks. A doctor will assess the well being of infants and toddlers. As all vaccinations are undertaken at this clinic, there is the opportunity to discuss any worries or queries you may have regarding the vaccination schedule. Please note that the health visitor is no longer present at this clinic, therefore we are no longer able to provide the weighing service unfortunately.

Please click on link below for public guidance on attending vaccination appointments during covid

Public guidance - attending vaccinations appointments - During Covid-19

Blood Clinics

You may attend any clinic on the timetable (Blood Test Clinic Timetable), currently you will need to ring the Blood Clinic to arrange an appointment.

Cervical Smears

It is important for all women between the ages of 25 and 65 to have regular cervical smears. These can be done by either the doctors or the practice nurses.

Child Vaccinations

Vaccinations:- Childhood vaccinations are given at 2, 3 and 4 months, to protect small babies from whooping cough, tetanus, diphtheria, polio, HIB meningitis and Meningococcal meningitis C. Booster immunisation is also offered to pre-school and 15 year old children.

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Chlamydia Testing

Chlamydia is the most commonly diagnosed Sexually Transmitted infection in men and women. Most of the people who have this infection will have no symptoms. If you or your sexual partner remain untreated it can cause infertility.

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Contraceptive Services and Family Planning Clinic

Advice can be given by your doctor or the practice nurses.

Minor Surgery

Minor operations are carried out by the doctors at the surgery when deemed appropriate.

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