Clinics & Services

General Management of Medical Conditions

Chronic Disease Management - The Practice Nurse reviews patients annually or sooner if the condition requires. We will contact you by letter, phone call or text message (if preferred) when your check is due.

Diabetes Clinics - We have a Diabetes Nurse Specialist who runs a clinic once a month at the practice.

Seasonal Flu clinics

Shingles

Asthma

ECG

Phlebotomy

Health Promotion Advice

Urgently Required Care for Temporary Residents

Cervical Screening - The Practice Nurse undertakes this screening programme and you will be contacted by letter when your check is due.

Contraceptive Services

Vaccinations and Immunisations - Baby immunisations are undertaken by our Practice Nurse and you will be notified by us when they are due. For travel vaccinations, we require you to attend 6 weeks prior to your departure date.

Maternity Services/Antenatal care – The Midwife has clinics  on Wednesdays. If you become pregnant you will be booked in to see the midwife who will review you regularly throughout your pregnancy and carry out health checks. These may be at the practice, at a midwifery clinic or hospital or a combination of the three.

Sexual health Services

Anticoagulation Service

Treatment Room Services

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