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Clinics - By Appointment
Antenatal Clinic - Tuesdays
GP and health visitor:
Morning, afternoon and early evening
Please be advised, If your pregnant when coming in to the surgery. Please make sure to ask the receptionist to book yourself into the Antenatal Appointment slot not a normal GP Appointment slot.
Child Health Clinics
Tuesday 09:30 – 11:30 (drop in health visitor clinic)
Thursday 09:00 – 11:00am (appointments only) 15:00 – 17:00 (health visitor appointments only)
Blood Test Clinic
Weekdays 09:00 – 13:00 by appointment.
Coil and Implant Clinics
By appointment weekly
Wednesday 14:00 – 17:00 by appointment
Patient Advisor – drop in at reception
She can explain how you can get the help you need and give you information about local community schemes and practice services.
•Advice on weight, diet, exercise, giving up smoking, alcohol
•Travel health (e.g. vaccinations, malaria tablets)
•Family planning (book with a GP if you will need to start or restart a contraceptive pill prescription)
•Ear wax and syringing
•Cervical cytology tests
•Diabetes checks and annual reviews
•Removal of stitches
We also offer:
•Sexual health including HIV testing
•Pre-pregnancy planning and pregnancy testing
•Confidential referral for abortion
•Young people’s health advice
•Treatment for drug problems
•Mental health care
*Saturday's open fortnightly please check with reception
Please take note Saturday appointments are routine pre-booked appointments only, there are no urgent appointments available. If you require urgent medical advice please call the surgery and you will be transferred to the out of hours service. In a genuine emergency you should 999.Chest pains and or shortness of breath constitute an emergency.