Clinics & Services
In addition to GP consultations there are a number of healthcare services available:
Blood Tests and X-Rays
The GP or nurse may give you some forms for investigations. Most are done locally. Here are some useful details.
Bowel Cancer Screening
There are two parts to this, bowel scope screening for people aged 55 and home testing for people aged 60 to 74 years. More information is available here.
Breast Cancer Screening
This is offered to all woman aged 50 years to their 71st birthday. More information is available here.
This is for women aged 25 to 64 years. You can book an appointment with the practice nurse to have cervical screening.
We offer childhood immunisations inline with UK immunisation schedule. Book an appointment with the practice nurse for these to be given.
All the doctors give contraceptive advice and can prescribe the contraceptive pill. The first time you require advice please make an appointment to see a doctor. Subsequent appointments can be made with the nurse.
Condoms are available free – please ask at reception.
Emergency contraception advice and prescriptions are also given. If emergency contraception is needed please call the practice as soon as you are able to. At weekends you can call NHS 111. The emergency contraceptive pill can be used up to three days after the event but is more effective if taken early..
When we are shut you can obtain the obtain the emergency contraceptive pill directly from walk-in centres and many pharmacies.
If you are eligible for flu immunisation you can book an appointment with the practice nurse to have this done in late September and October.
You can also submit prescription request form.
You can also call the us on 02074676800.
Travel advice including immunisations is provided by the practice nurse. You will be asked to fill in a form with information regarding your travel destinations and dates when you see the nurse. There is a charge for some immunisations and medication for malaria prophylaxis.