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Clinics & Services

The practice is committed to providing healthcare services to all their patients, the unwell, those with chronic disease and terminally ill.

This includes offering consultations, physical examination where necessary,health promotion, liaison with other healthcare professionals and referral to other NHS services or organisations for treatment or further investigation.

Additional Medical Services

The practice also offers additional services such as immunisation and vaccinations – e.g:

  • Tetanus as and when required.
  • Flu vaccinations - clinics run from September for patients over 65 years or over and all patients suffering from chronic disease such as asthma, diabetes,immunosuppression due to disease or treatment. Flu vaccination is also offered to all pregnant women and children.

Cervical Screening

Is available for all registered female patients aged 24 to 64 years of age

Childhood Immunisations and Vaccinations 

The importance of childhood immunisation should not be underestimated and our practice nurses are happy to discuss any concerns with you prior to any vaccination appointment. A number of checks are made prior to vaccination to ensure your child is fit and well enough to receive their vaccination on the day.

Notifications of when the vaccination is due will be sent to you; however, if you have recently moved or think your child is overdue a vaccination please contact us.

The practice believes it is very important to ensure that all children are immunised against all potentially serious illnesses.

Family Planning

Advice on family planning is available from both the Doctor and Practice Nurse

Patient Review

Patients suffering from Asthma, Diabetes, Epilepsy, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), Heart Disease, Stroke and Learning Disabilities are invited to attend an annual health review with one of our trained nurses.

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