Clinics We Offer


Practice Nurses and Pharmacists

Our Practice Nurses see patients by appointment for the following:

  • Asthma Review
  • Hypertension Review
  • Weight Management
  • Coronary Heart Screening
  • Diabetic screening and reviews
  • Contraception - pill checks, Depo injections, fitting coils, Implants  & caps
  • Minor Illness Clinic
  • Smears
  • Heart Failure Reviews
  • Learning Disability Reviews
  • ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) Review
  • Smoking Cessation
  • Dementia Reviews 

Treatment Room

The nursing staff can help you with:

  • Immunisation & travel advice
  • Dressings
  • Removal of stitches
  • Blood tests & other investigations**
  • Ear Syringing*
  • Injections (B12/ Steroids and others)
  • Childhood Immunisations
  • Flu, pneumococcal and shingles vaccinations
  • Pertussis vaccines
  • Dopplers
  • ECGs
  • Ambulatory BPs
  • NHS Healthchecks for eligible patients

* if eligible (i.e. is required for secondary care / audiology, and arranged with your doctor first.

** if arranged with your doctor first


Immunisations and Vaccinations

Childhood Immunisations

Parents are notified when their children are due for immunisation, but if you are in doubt please ask your Health Visitor on 01275 885 514.


Adult Immunisations

Adult Immunisations

Covid Vaccination

We run both spring and autumn vaccination campaigns every year, and we will annolunce the start of the vaccination campaign on our website. We will invite all eligible patients to book although that can take time. So...

If you feel you are eligible, please contact us as early in the season as possible so that we can get you booked in. Early vaccination will keep you protected. Please send us an online contact using AccuRx or come down to the surgery to ask for an appointment.

Flu & Pneumococcal Vaccinations

For registered patients over 65 years of age and those in at risk categories, the practice offers flu vaccinations. Vaccinations will take place in Autumn each year and the Medical Centre will publicise the campaign.

For patients aged over 65 who have not already had one, the practice recommends they have a pneumococcal vaccination. With todays vaccinations you only need one in a lifetime.

Shingles Vaccination

1st September 2023:

All patients who are severely immunocompromised from 50-years of age (no upper age limit but should be vaccinated as soon as eligible)

Immunocompetent individuals who have not previously received the shingles vaccine- all 70- 79 years of age or 65-years of age (from 1st September each year)