Clinics & Services
We have two Nurses, Kath Kerry and Carol Molyneaux with appointments available every day. They are able to offer a wide range of services, including holiday vaccinations, new patient medicals, blood pressure checks, heart disease screening, diabetes and asthma checks.
Cervical Screening Tests
Appointments are available for cervical smears. The tests are designed to detect changes in the cervix, and prevent cancer of the cervix. For more information please click to download further information
click here for cervical screening information
We offer a full range of contraceptive services, including injections, inplants, pills, coil and diaphragm fitting. Leaflets are freely available to help you decide and if you need emergency contraception please tell the receptionist that you need a same day - emergency appointment. The Family Planning Association has a very useful site with up to date help and advice on sex and contraception.
Link to FPA site
Appointments for childrens immunisations are sent out automatically, for the clinic which is run on Tuesday afternoon. If the appointment is not convenient, we can easily rearrange it for another time. If you have any concerns or questions about immunisation please ask for an appointment to speak to one of the doctors or click the link below for up to date information from the Department of Health.
To find out information about all immunisations click here
The midwife picks up all new referrals and will be in touch to arrange your ante-natal appointments. If you are pregnant, please make sure you are taking folic acid for the first three months, and remember that smoking is even more harmful for your baby than it is for you. For advice on keeping healthy when you are pregnant click here
Stopping smoking is the single most important thing that you can do to improve your health. We can support you with stopping smoking literature, referral to our Health Improvement Practitioner, and we prescribe nicotine replacement and other stop smoking drugs on the NHS. For advice and support on stopping visit the Go Smokefree NHS website.