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Clinics available

The Practice operates a number of clinics offering a wide variety of specialist services staffed by a skill mix of various professionals to address your particular needs. 

  1. Childhood Vaccinations

  2. HGV/PSV/Taxi Driver Medical - (Patient Fee applicable)

  3. Senior Citizens Vaccinations, e.g. Influenza, Pneumonia

  4. Health Assessment

  5. Heart Disease

  6. Asthma

  7. C.O.P.D.

  8. Diabetic

  9. Family Planning

  10. Smoking Cessation

11. Hypertension Management

12. Life Style

13. Cancer Prevention

14. Removal of sutures

15. Cervical Smears

16. NHS Healthchecks

17. Life style advice

Care Coordination Service

This is an NHS service tailored to help patients navigate through health, social and voluntary services. We assess you in the comfort of your own home, providing referrals, advice and support.


Our aim is to ensure you have the services you need to allow you to stay independent for as long as possible. We will work with you to create a personal care plan which highlights any areas where you may require support.

Our team works closely with your GP to ensure all your needs, which we discuss during the assessment, are met. Our aim is also to help you, your family and carers to understand what services are available to you.


Our staff will refer you to the services and share, as appropriate, your information with the health and social care professionals involved in your care. If you do not wish for this to happen please advise us when we visit.

This service is FREE.

Contact our carer champion Georgia by sending an email to 

For more information regarding this service click HERE.


1 / Cervical screening

Cervical screening (a smear test) checks the health of your cervix. The cervix is the opening to your womb from your vagina. It’s not a test for cancer, it’s a test to help prevent cancer. Cervical screenings are performed by your local GP, all women and people with a cervix aged 25 to 64 should be invited by letter.

2 / Bowel screening

A bowel cancer screening, checks to see if you could have bowel cancer.

It’s currently available to everyone aged 60 or over.

You use a home test kit to collect a small sample of your stool and send it to a lab.

Always see a GP if you have symptoms of bowel cancer at any age – do not wait to have a screening test.

3 / Breast cancer screening

Breast screening aims to find breast cancers early. It uses an X-ray test called a mammogram that can spot cancers when they’re too small to see or feel.

But there are some risks of breast cancer screening that you should be aware of.

As the likelihood of getting breast cancer increases with age, all women aged from 50 to their 71st birthday who are registered with a GP are automatically invited for breast cancer screening every 3 years.

Breast cancer screening

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