Preconception/Early Pregnancy Care
If you are planning a pregnancy please try to see your GP or Nurse before you conceive. If you are pregnant come and see us as soon as you can.
You will be sent an appointment between 6 and 12 weeks after the birth of your baby.
Well Woman Clinic Checks
We want to make sure that all our female patients are up to date with smears, and are breast aware. We also offer a full range of contraceptive services. The service is provided by he nurses.
Family Planning Clinic
We provide a full range of family planning services. Our Practice Nurses will be pleased to help with general advice, pill checks and cap fittings, or you can see a doctor by appointment. Free condoms are available, to the under 25s, on request from reception, nurses and doctors. At present we do not offer implants or coil fittings.
Sexual Health Checks
This is a confidential service which offers advice, screening and treatment for Sexually Transmitted Diseases. This includes testing for HIV, emergency contraception and a wide range of different contraceptives. Provided by the Nurses.
Asthma, Diabetes and Heart Disease
We would like to see you for regular checks if you have any of these conditions. Please make an appointment with one of the nurses.
If you wish to see a Counsellor, please see a Doctor who will discuss your case and refer if appropriate.
If you have just registered with us you will be asked to make an appointment with our Practice Nurse or Healthcare Assistant for a New Patient Check. As part of this check they will want to test a urine sample. By registering for a New Patient Check and attending you will successfully complete the registration process.
- Advice about common ailments
- Cervical smears
- Stitch removal
- Blood and urine tests
- Routine vaccinations e.g. flu, tetanus (as appropriate)
- Travel vaccinations – Please arrange these at least 6 weeks before you travel.
- This Practice uses the TRAVAX travel advice service and patients are asked to access this before they can make an appointment.
- Please enquire at Reception for clarification.
- Blood pressure checks
- Childhood immunisations
- Smoking Cessation Clinic
The process of applying for local authority housing has moved exclusively online. They will no longer accept paper applications.
You do not need a doctor’s letter. You need to complete a self-assessment form which is only available online or directly from the council. A letter from your doctor will not help the process
If the council are unable to process your application and need further medical information, they will request your written consent and write directly to your doctor in confidence to provide the required medical information.