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Clinics & Services

Antenatal Clinic

Appointments can be booked with any of our doctors. Click here for more information.

Child Health Clinic

Children under five can be seen by appointment on Thursday afternoons for developmental checks and immunisations.

For more information visit the NHS Immunisation Information website.

Travel Vaccines/Medication

If you are planning to go abroad and need travel vaccines please print this Travel Form and make an appointment directly with the nurse. Please give yourself plenty of time around 4 weeks before travelling.

If you are newly registered and not seen a doctor before, we recommend you see one first to discuss any previous medical history you may have. The doctor will not be able to give you the travel vaccines but you can book a nurse's appointment afterwards.

For more information see the above tab.

Help to Stop Smoking

We have an advisor who holds weekly clinics. Please book at reception. Alternatively, speak to any of our GPs or Nurses who will be able to help you.

For more information visit the NHS Giving Up Smoking website.

Family Planning and Emergency Contraception

Your doctor will be able to advise you about either of the above. Please make an appointment. The Duty Doctor will be able to advise you regarding the morning after pill.

Diabetes Clinic

If you are diabetic your doctor will invite you to our clinic unless you are already under regular hospital care.

Cervical Smears

It is recommended that women have this test every 3-5 years dependent upon your age. Please book an appointment with the practice nurses.

 
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