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The practice offers the following clinics - all by appointment only.

Antenatal Clinic

You will be referred to one of our local hospitals where you will be seen by a midwife and could be seen by one of the hospital doctors as well. The midwifery team from City Hospital will support and advise you as well as monitor you and your baby's progress. This is now carried out at Sure Start centres.

Baby Clinics

8 Week Checks and Childhood Immunisation Clinics.

Diabetic Clinics

We are currently running an in-house Diabetes Clinics supported by a hospital consultant and diabetes specialist nurse.

Pregnancy Testing

Pregnancy testing is available at the practice.

Family Planning and Contraception Advice

This is available at all surgeries and includes advice and counselling. Please note that contraceptive care is provided by all the doctors during surgery hours.

Emergency Contraceptives (Morning after pill)

Emergency contraception or "morning after pill" is not only available to you at the surgery, but also at the following places: NHS Walk-in Centres, Brook Advisory Centres, Family Planning Clinics and approved pharmacies.

CVD/Heart Disease Clinic

You will be contacted about your appointment

By referral only

Minor Surgery




Wound Care
For simple dressings

Phlebotomy/Blood Tests

Smoking Cessation

By referral only

Goserelin Injections

Alcohol counselling clinic

Health Exchange


For babies and adults as per Public Health Schedules including influenza, pneumonia and travel vaccinations.


Please do not book a flu vaccination unless you fall into one of the high risk groups.

The following patients are considered to be at a higher than average risk of developing complications of flu and it is recommended that you should have a flu jab if you:

  • Are 65 or over,
  • Have a serious medical condition (see below),
  • Live in a residential or nursing home,
  • Are the main Carer for an elderly or disabled person whose welfare may be at risk if you fall ill,
  • Are a healthcare or social care professional directly involved in patient care, or
  • Work with poultry.

Medical Conditions that put you at higher risk of flu:

  • Chronic (long-term) respiratory disease, such as severe asthma, COPD or bronchitis
  • Chronic heart disease, such as heart failure
  • Chronic kidney disease
  • Chronic liver disease
  • Chronic neurological disease, such as Parkinson's disease or motor neurone disease,
  • Diabetes
  • A weakened immune system due to disease (such as HIV/AIDS) or treatment (such as cancer treatment).
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