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If you have a pre-booked appointment at the surgery over the next few days, please contact us BY TELEPHONE in advance of this for advice if you develop any of the following symptoms - cough, cold, fever, shortness of breath - OR if you have recently returned from an area affected by coronavirus OR if you have been in contact with someone who has tested positive for Coronavirus.


If you may have been exposed to coronavirus DO NOT ATTEND your GP or hospital emergency department, please visit for further advice, or call NHS 111.

Online booking of fact to face appointments has been suspended for the foreseeable future to ensure that patients are triaged to the right service and no-one is put at risk of Coronavirus.


Clinics & Services

We offer a full range of medical services plus full maternity services.

Antenatal Clinic

Your GP will check your blood pressure and you will be able to discuss any concerns you may have regarding your pregnancy. Please bring a urine sample to every antenatal appointment.

Child Health

 A drop-in Well Baby Clinic is held on Thursdays between 09:30 – 11:30 with the health visitor. Please ask at reception for more information.

It is important to get your child vaccinated please speak to your GP, health visitor, practice nurse if you have any concerns.


Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Management Clinics

The Practice runs a number of special clinics for specific services, including:

    • Diabetes Clinic

    • Asthma Clinic

    • Cervical Smears

    • Minor Surgery Clinic

    • Heart Disease

    • Travel Advice

All these clinics are by appointment. To book an appointment please contact reception.

Mental Health Services

The following staff attend the surgery:

              *mental Health Trainers twice weekly


    • Counsellor (drugs)


Please contact the doctors if you feel you would like an appointment with one of the above Counsellor.

Flu clinics

Influenza vaccination is recommended for at risk groups, those aged 65 and over and those suffering from chronic disease including heart, lung and diabetes. Please contact the reception staff for the influenza vaccination appointment in October.

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