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Clinics & Services

Well Woman, Family Planning, Cervical Smears

We can provide all types of family planning and can perform all necessary examinations and IUCD insertions.

For Domestic Violence go to: http://www.nationaldomesticviolencehelpline.org.uk/ or call: 0808 2000 247 for the 24 hour Helpline

Health Screening Clinics

All new patients aged 17-74 years joining the practice should have a health check which is carried out by our practice nurse. This is a quick check which takes about 20 minutes and involves simple tests such as blood pressure and urine tests.

Asthma / Diabetic Clinics

We conduct regular clinics to monitor and guide our patients in the management of their conditions.

Over 75 Year Checks

An annual health check is offered to all patients over 75 years in order to monitor or detect diseases such as diabetes and heart disease, and also to assess eyesight and hearing.

Ante Natal / Post Natal Clinics

These clinics are held every Friday between 09:00am - 12.00pm and are attended by a Midwife.

It is most important that expectant mothers attend these clinics once a month in order to prevent complications and ensure a safe and happy delivery.

Children's Immunisations

It is essential that all children receive all the immunisations recommended by the government to safeguard their health. The nurse and doctor run immunisation clinics.

Adult Immunisations

It is just as important that adults are protected against diseases such as tetanus, polio and hepatitis B.

Patients with asthma, diabetes, heart, kidney or liver disease are eligible for the FLU VACCINE which we can provide every October.

Minor Surgery

Including joint injections.

Holiday Immunisations

There is a very high risk of certain infections when travelling outside Western Europe and especially when going to Pakistan and Saudi Arabia. We can provide Hepatitis A + B, Meningitis and Typhoid vaccines. There will be a small charge for certification.

Anti-malarial tablets are also essential and can be purchased from any chemist. They are not available on NHS prescription but we are happy to give advice.

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