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Cervical screening  (smear tests)



6-week check for new mums and babies


Phone between 11:00 - 12:30 or 14:00 - 18:00 to book your six week check. You MUST register your baby with the practice one week before your baby is seen.  If you are worried about your baby, do not wait for the six week check - see your GP. 



We are able to offer full contraceptive services by appointment with your Doctor or Practice Nurse. To start the contraceptive pill or any new method of contraception, see a GP. For a repeat prescription of the pill see the practice nurse.

Child Immunisations


You should be sent a reminder of what immunisations your child is due from the Child Health Information Service. If you would like to discuss vaccinations, arrange a telephone appointment with one of our Practice Nurses.

 Ear Irrigation


BEFORE booking an appointment for ear irrigation, please refer to ear self-care advice under 'Family Health' or print following leaflet: Ear Care Advice

You MUST use ear drops for AT LEAST SEVEN DAYS / TWICE a DAY PRIOR to ear irrigation - if NOT the HCA / nurse will not be able to perform the procedure and will ask you to re-book.  We do NOT provide ear irrigation to under 16s.

Medical Examinations  not covered by  the NHS (fee payable)


These pre-booked appointments can be arranged via Reception. Please note a fee may still be charged if you do not attend your appointment.

Phlebotomy (blood tests)

 HCA or Phlebotomist

Our HCAs OR Phlebotomist are able to take blood every morning. Please telephone for details.

Support to Stop Smoking

We now have a trained adviser who can help you to stop smoking.

You are up to 4 x more times likely to stop smoking with support.  Telephone to book an appointment or ask your local community pharmacist.

 Cryotherapy Clinic

Please arrange with our receptionist

This is held once a month and.  Please speak to your doctor to see if you are suitable to attend the clinic.

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