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Please note we are unable to accept urine samples unless they are in a white-topped sample bottle.  These are available to purchase at a cost of 50p per bottle from reception.

Antenatal Care

Routine antenatal check-ups by with the community midwife.

Time: Monday from 13.30 and Wednesday from 13.30

Antenatal / Gynaecology

With Dr Dewan

Time: Thursday afternoons and every other Friday afternoon


Hearing check and ENT advice

Time: Ask for an appoinment with Dr Forbes


Regular check-ups and advice from practice nurses on lifestyle, inhaler techniques and medication.

Time: Tuesday and Thursday afternoons

Cervical smears

Routine checks for women aged between 24 & 65. You should make an appointment between days 10 & 20 of your cycle.

Time: Ask for an appointment

Child health surveillance

Routine baby checks at 2 weeks, and 8 months

Time: Thursday from 13.30

Diabetic Care

Regular check-ups with a doctor and/or a practice nurse

Time: Ask for an appointment

Family Planning

Advice on contraception including coil fitting.

Time: Ask for an appointment

High blood pressure and prevention of heart disease checks

Regular check-ups with a practice nurse

Time: Ask for an appointment


A full range of immunisations are available please ask for the schedule.

Time: Ask for an appointment

Minor operations

See the doctor for an assessment.

Time: Ask for an appointment

Smoking cessation

This clinic is run by our Health Care Assistants.

Time: Ask for an appointment


Routine and travel vaccinations for all ages are available during surgery times by appointment with our nurses. We do not offer a travel clinic. It is your responsibility to research what vaccinations you need for your destination.
Please note that there will be a charge for some travel vaccinations. Please ask at reception.
We run flu jab clinics from September onwards (though this may change due to the availability of the vaccine).
Ask at reception for further information.

Time: Ask for an appointment

Wart & verruca treatment

Advice, treatment and removal

Time: Ask for an appointment

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