Clinics & Services
Chronic Disease Clinics
The surgery has regular chronic disease clinics with nursing staff, by appointment only.
- Chronic Kidney Disease
- Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
- Coronary Heart Disease
The Practice offers a range of services in addition to the usual general medical services, these include:
- Anticoagulant (INR) monitoring
- Contraceptive Services
- 8 week Baby Checks
- Family Planning advice
- I.U.C.D. Services (some)
- Management of the Menopause
- Minor Surgery
- Near Patient Testing*
*(The monitoring of patients on drugs used for the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis, erythropoietin and methyphenidate).
Routine Health Checks
If you are a registered patient, aged 16-74 years and have not been seen for three years, you may request an appointment for a routine Health Check. If you are a registered patient aged 75 years or over and have not been seen in the previous 12 months you may request an appointment, or, if because of a medical condition you are unable to attend, a home visit may be arranged.
To avoid disappointment, patients are requested to contact the Practice at least 8 to 10 weeks prior to the date of travelling. A Travel Form will need to be completed indicating the destination, accommodation type and length of stay. An appointment is made with a Practice Nurse who will use the information provided on the Travel Form, in conjunction with the patient's medical record, to offer advice and any immunisations/medication required. To allow sufficient time for this investigation to be carried out, the appointment will be around 1 to 2 weeks after submission of the Travel Form. We are now authorised to provide YELLOW FEVER vaccinations. A fee will be levied, ask at reception for details.