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Clinics & Services

Asthma and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) Monitoring Clinic

We would like to invite all our patients who are asthmatic or have chronic chest problems to make an appointment with our asthma nurse. The aim is to help patients understand their condition, monitor, control and enable them to lead a normal lifestyle without crises.

Diabetic Clinic

Long-term complications of diabetes can be minimised or avoided by good diabetic care and control. Appointments can be booked with our nurse and involves monitoring control, educational advice and health screening for the annual review including an appointment with the podiatrist and dietician as appropriate. All those suffering from diabetes welcome.

Cervical Smear Clinic

We offer all women a cervical smear test every three to five years in accordance with the NHS cervical screening schedule, or more frequently if it is indicated. This is a simple screening test which can give early warning of cancer of the cervix (neck of the womb) when it is at a treatable stage. As it is possible to develop these pre-cancerous changes at any age it is important that women have the test done regularly. Appointments can be made at the reception desk.

Maternity Care

Our doctors offer pre-conception counselling, ante-natal and post-natal care in conjunction with local midwives.

Please view your pregnancy letter here: Congratulations on your Pregnancy  - providing information on midwives, hospitals, self-care and vaccinations.   

You can see the routine appointment schedule here: Routine Appointments in pregnancy 

Please visit the NHSBSA website for maternity exception certificate information


The nurse will give information about the NHS screening programme.

Immunisations and Vaccinations

Please book an appointment with the practice nurse for routine children's immunisations.

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