Surgery clinics

We offer a range of clinics and services at the surgery. There are some tasks you can do, such as health reviews, using our online forms.

Cervical smears

It is recommended that all women between ages 25 – 65 (except most of those who have had a hysterectomy) should have a smear test. Please make an appointment with a practice nurse.

Diabetes, asthma, heart disease and high blood pressure

If you suffer from any of these conditions we like to monitor your health at regular intervals. It also gives us an opportunity to suggest changes in treatment. You are invited to make an appointment with one of our doctors or our practice nurses who have specialist training in these areas.

Immunisation of children

The practice nurses run clinics throughout the week. Please ask reception for further information.

Joint injections

Please make an appointment for assessment with Dr Mark Free or Dr Shinal Patel, who will suggest the appropriate treatment.

Travel health

We generally need to be advised six weeks before you travel, so that we can put together individual health travel plans for you, which may include immunisations.

travel form needs to be completed and returned to the surgery before your appointment with the practice nurse – this helps us to tailor your vaccinations and advice to your destination and nature of travel.

Most travel injections must be given at least two weeks before you travel for them to become effective.