The practice offers a wide variety of services and
To make an appointment for any of the following clinics or procedures
please speak to one of the receptionists.
On the first and third Thursday
of every month, a Health Visitor is available to offer advice on feeding, sleep,
routines, speech and language, weaning, behaviour, potty training and development
checks. Appointments can be booked between 2pm and 3pm.
Babies have a development check with a doctor
at six weeks. Further checks are carried out by health visitors and children are
called when their assessment is due.
The practice operates a
recall system for cervical smears. This is usually done by the practice nurses
during surgery hours.
advice is offered during normal surgery hours by the doctors and practice nurses.
Ask at reception for
support to stop smoking. Patients 'ready to quit' will be signposted to local
stop smoking services.
Asthma and Chronic Pulmonary Disease
The practice nurses regularly review all patients with these conditions to monitor
All patients with
diabetes are seen regularly by the practice nurses. They monitor the condition,
in conjunction with the doctors and advise on diet and blood sugar control to
help prevent long term complications.
heart disease are reviewed by the practice nurses and doctors.
Patients with long-term illnesses are monitored
by the practice nurses and doctors during normal surgery hours. They are recalled
by telephone or letter.
are available Monday, Tuesday, and Friday following referral by a doctor.
Appointments Tuesday 3:00pm - 3:45pm
and practice nurses can refer patients for minor surgery following consultation
in normal surgery hours.