Clinics and Services
A midwife run clinic is held on Thursday afternoons at the surgery, please request an appointment.
Baby immunisation clinics are held at the surgery at regular intervals. Once you have received your letter from the health surveillance team, please contact the surgery to request an appointment.
It is recommended that children up to five years of age should be registered for child health surveillance. This is a programme run by the doctor, health visitor and practice nurse and includes a baby check and immunisations.
Community Based Health Staff
District nurses, community matrons, midwifes and health visitors can be contacted via the surgery.
The surgery offers sexual health appointments with both doctors and nurses. Contraceptive advice and reviews are also offered.
Services/Clinics Provided by Nurses
The nurses provide general nursing care such as dressings, ear syringing, suture removal, child and adult immunisations, travel information, routine reviews of medication, cervical smears, and pre-pregnancy and contraception advice.
We provide routine NHS health checks, subject to qualifying criteria.
We also have a health promotion programme which includes:
- Epilepsy clinics
- General health care advice
Travel Advice and Immunisations
Please allow a minimum of 8 weeks to organise your vaccinations, some of them will need a course of treatments over a period of time.
Please complete a travel risk assessment.
There is a charge for some travel immunisations and charges will be made for temporary residents. If you require any vaccinations relating to foreign travel, you need to make an appointment with the practice nurse to discuss your travel arrangements.