Are you aware the surgery now has a walk in blood service – available from 8am-10:30am Monday to Friday. When attending the surgery you will need a ticket from the machine and a blood form. (If you do not already have a blood form please speak to the receptionist before taking a ticket).
Clinics & Services
COPD by appointment with nurse – Download COPD patient information leaflet
Diabetes by appointment with nurse
Well Person by appointment with nurse
Family Planning by appointment with nurse
Asthma/Respiratory by appointment with nurse
Screening by appointment with nurse
Osteoporosis by appointment with doctor
HRT by appointment with doctor
The practice nurse clinics can be accessed by the patient through reception. Please state what your appointment is for to ensure that the correct time is allocated for the appointment required.
The nurses run specialist clinics for patients who suffer from asthma, diabetes and heart disease. They also offer screening (including cervical smears), routine vaccinations, travel advice, health promotion and a telephone advice surgery. The practice nurses are also trained to deal with wound/ulcer dressings, blood tests, suture removal and general nursing advice. Ear syringing advice leaflet
The district nurses mostly care for people in their own home. They carry out all types of nursing care including help and support for patients and carers.
The midwives see patients who are pregnant or have recently given birth. The practice offers ante and postnatal care, involving the GPs and an attached community midwife. Postnatal advice and support are offered to mothers and newborn babies by our GP’s, the midwife and the health visitors who are accessible through local Surestart centres..
Practice Counsellor/Mental Health Link Worker
Patients with emotional problems can be referred by the doctor.
Patients can be seen both in the practice and at the hospital as appropriate.