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Clinics & Services

pregnant10Ante-Natal Clinic

Tuesday all day. 

This is a Midwife-run clinic

Child Health Screening and Baby Clinic

Monday & Tuesday Morning's

This clinic is a Child Development Clinic where we regularly assess the under fives in the Practice. This clinic is held in conjunction with the Health Visitors. 

  • This is a Health Visitor clinic and run on an appointment basis. They can be contacted directly by telephone on 01382 443543 to give advice on a wide range of problems associated with child, maternal and family health.

Contraceptive Services

All doctors are available for contraceptive advice during any surgery session. Intra-uterine devices (coils) are fitted by appointment. Emergency contraception (morning after pill) is available at a routine or emergency appointment.

Cervical Smears

The practice nurse performs routine smears. Appointments can be made at reception in advance and patients are recalled automatically every three years.


Chronic Disease Management Clinics

Under the direction of our Nursing Team Leader, Mrs Denise Gibson, we operate ‘One Stop Shop’ Clinics for routine checkups of patients suffering from Asthma, CHD, COPD, Diabetes or Hypertension. All patients suffering from any of these conditions will be automatically recalled for assessment and can make an appointment thereafter on the day of their choice (Monday – Friday) at a convenient time. 

Patients who have more than one condition no longer have to attend separate clinics.

Keep Well Clinic

If you are between 40-64 years of age and meet certain criteria you will be called for a well person check. These sessions are run by the Practice Nurses.

Skin Clinic

Cryotherapy to verrucas, warts and skin tags. This clinic is held on Tuesday afternoons and procedures are carried out by the Practice Nurses.

flight_and_luggageTravel Vaccinations / Visa Applications

The Practice Nurses are happy to advise you as to the necessary travel vaccinations for foreign travel and to administer them as required. Some vaccinations require a prescription to be prepared in advance or may need a course of injections. Please make arrangements at least 6-8 weeks prior to travel to ensure an adequate period of time to be vaccinated. 

We are also a designated Yellow Fever Centre and therefore can administer the Yellow Fever Vaccine if required. Please note, this vaccine carries a charge. Please ask for further information at time of booking.

Please read the Travel Information section in the Further Information column on the right hand side for more details and forms to be completed prior to consultation with the nurse.

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