Our Clinical Services

Walk-in Service

For non-registered patients.
 
This service is available from 12pm – 8pm(last appointment 7:40pm) Monday to Friday and 10am – 4pm at weekends.
 
These include:
  • Coughs, Clods and flu-like symptoms
  • Infection and rashes
  • Lacerations
  • Emergency contraception and advice
  • Stomach upsets
  • Cuts and bruises
  • Minor burns and strains.
 
This service is run by highly trained Nurse Practitioners. You do not need to book an appointment simply drop-in to health centre.
Please note: Our service can get very busy and availability is limited.

Flu vaccination

This vaccination is recommended for all patients aged 65 and over and for adults and children with: lung disease (including asthma), heart disease, kidney disease and diabetes.

We will be advertising the service during September each year and will contact those registered patients who fall into the categories mentioned.

Travel vaccines

We offer a full range of Travel Vaccines and our Practice Nurses are fully trained in administering travel vaccines and offering essential travel health advice. Please be aware a charge may be made for certain vaccines. For a full list of our prices and the vaccines we offer please speak to one of our reception staff.

Antenatal clinics

We offer antenatal appointments in line with local guidance as part of a shared care program with the local hospital.

Childhood vaccinations

Routine child immunisations are carried out here. You will be notified when your child is due for immunisations or alternatively details will be in your child’s red book. Please remember to bring your red book with you when booking in to see our Nurse.

Family planning

We offer appointments for contraceptive and family planning advice, please book an appointment with one of our nurses.

Minor Surgery

We offer a minor surgery clinic once a month and your doctor will make the necessary arrangements for the removal of small lumps and bumps, for nail removal, knee aspiration and joint injections.

Cervical smears

Cervical screening can prevent cancer of the cervix by finding and identifying any abnormal cell changes. Regular smear tests can help save your life.

If you require a smear, please let the reception team know that this is what you need in order that they can make a longer appointment for you.

Most women between 25 and 50 should have a test every 3 years. For those over 50 testing is every 5 years until 65. We will send out automatic reminders to our registered patients.

Health promotion and information

We have a wide selection of booklets available for your information. If you can’t find what you’re looking for, just ask at reception or consult one of our nurses who can help you.

Medical examinations

We provide health advice and medical check-ups for HGV drivers, taxi drivers and driving instructors.

For a list of our prices please speak to one of our receptionists.

Chronic Disease Management Clinics

Our nursing team offer regular clinics in:

  • COPD
  • Asthma
  • Diabetes
  • Hypertension
  • Heart Disease

These clinics are by appointment with our Practice Nurse or Nurse Practitioner.