Our practice policies and procedures are designed to provide the highest quality of care for our patients. For example, we run health clinics, immunisations, maternity clinics, and family planning services, all of which are tailored to meet the individual needs of our patients.
All our services are provided in a safe, respectful and confidential environment. We strive to ensure that our patients have access to the latest information and resources to make informed decisions about their care.
We also provide education and support to help our patients make informed decisions about their health and well-being. Our practice is committed to providing the highest quality of care and we take pride in our commitment to providing the best possible care to our patients.
Clinics & Services
Find out more about our supportive clinics here.
All children are immunised at weekly clinics by the health visitors. Development assessments are performed by the doctor with the health visitor in attendance.
The health visitors can help with advice on health care, particularly for expectant mothers, babies and small children, the elderly and the handicapped.
The health visitors have an office in the surgery and can be contacted on weekdays by telephoning 01554 751816.
We undertake full maternity care, both antenatal and postnatal. Our midwives offer help and advice throughout pregnancy and will care for mother and baby during the postnatal period in the home.
This clinic is held weekly for injections, aspirations, incisions, cautery (by cryosurgery) and other lesions requiring removal.
We offer a full contraceptive service to our patients, including fitting of coils. Special appointments may be required, so please discuss this with the receptionist.
All women are encouraged to have a regular smear test which the doctor or practice nurse will carry out. Women should have this done every three years and appointments made by a computer recall system are posted to those women whose smear is due.
Chronic Disease Management
Clinics are run to advise on asthma, heart disease, diabetes, and hypertension. Patients are invited to attend for assessment, planning treatment regimes, support, and education
An influenza vaccination programme is in operation every autumn to ensure that all ‘at risk’ patients receive appropriate immunisations.