Clinics & Services

Clinics

Image depicting surgical tools Minor Surgery
Small operations
Needs assessment by minor surgery doctor
Who to see: Doctors Woods or Singh
Image depicting weighing scales Healthy lifestyle and weight advice
Further information: nhs.uk/live-well Newwindow
Who to see: Nurse
Image depicting female reproductive organs Cervical Smear Tests
Every 3 years women aged 25-49
Every 5 years women aged 50-64
Over 65 – only women who have recently had abnormal tests
Further information: nhs.uk/conditions/cervical-screening Newwindow
Who to see: Nurse or Cytology Clinic every Friday afternoon
Image depicting heart beat Free NHS Health check (over 40’s)
Who to see: Nurse
Image depicting ribbon Breast checks and cancer awareness
Further information: nhs.uk/conditions/breast-lump Newwindow
Who to see: Nurse or doctor
Image depicting diabetes testing machine & hand Diabetes care
Monitoring and advice
Further information: nhs.uk/conditions/diabetes Newwindow
Who to see: Nurse
Image depicting asthma inhaler Asthma monitoring and advice
Further information: nhs.uk/conditions/asthma Newwindow
Who to see: Nurse
Image depicting medicine Family planning advice
Contraceptive advice
Morning after pill
Who to see: Nurse, pharmacist or doctor
Image depicting a baby Starting a Family
Advice before you get pregnant
Who to see: Nurse
Image depicting pregnancy test Pregnancy tests
Abortion advice available
Who to see: Nurse or doctor
Image depicting a pregnant female Maternity care
Who to see: Antenatal clinic
Image depicting new baby Baby Clinics
Who to see: Nurse
• New baby clinic 1st three vaccinations-Wednesday
• 1 year old vaccinations-Mondays and Tuesdays
• Pre-school vaccinations-Wednesday
Image depicting a vaccination Shingles Vaccine
Who to see: Nurse   | Further information: Shingles Vaccine Newwindow
You’re eligible for the shingles vaccine when you’re aged 70 to 79. When you’re eligible, you can have the shingles vaccination at any time of year. The shingles vaccine is not available on the NHS to anyone aged 80 and over because it seems to be less effective in this age group.
Image depicting vaccination Adult immunisation
Who to see: Nurse
Image depicting a blood pressure machine Blood pressure and general checks
Who to see: Health Care Assistant or Nurse
Image depicting first aid Dressings – uncomplicated
Removal of stitches or clips
Who to see: Heath Care Assistant or Nurse
Image depicting petri dish Advice on: Sexual Diseases, HIV/AIDS
Further information: nhs.uk/live-well/sexual-health Newwindow

Who to see: Doctor, Nurse
Image depicting aeroplane Travel Vaccinations
We no longer offer a Travel Vaccination service.
Please click the link to visit the NHS website Newwindow
and find a local service.

Services

Image depicting a mobile phone Text Message Reminders
You can register to receive information by text message on your phone regarding appointments and health care.
Image depicting a clipboard with a pound sign Non-NHS Services
Services which can be requested from the doctors but are not covered by your NHS care.  See this page for details and costs Newwindow
Image depicting a physiotherapist Physiotherapy self-referral
Patients over 16 years can now self-refer to physiotherapy for muscle and joint problems without needing to see a GP.  Click here for more infoNewwindow

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