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COVID PASS MEDICAL EXEMPTIONS - there are only very limited medical reasons why a patient cannot have the covid vaccination and only these patients will be eligible for a medical exemption pass.  You MUST contact 119 to ask for an application form.  If you are eligible, the 119 service will send you a form. For more information - please go to https://www.gov.uk/guidance/covid-19-medical-exemptions-proving-you-are-unable-to-get-vaccinated

ONLINE APPOINTMENTS

Please note we have temporarily suspended our access to online booking appointments, this is so our staff can triage calls and arrange telephone consultations for those who need it most and to not put others at risk

Please be aware certain medications for minor health conditions such as hayfever, insect bites, sunburn and head lice will no longer be available on prescription. To find out more, visit www.nhs.uk/otcmedicines.

Clinics & Services

Baby Clinic

Monday 13.00 to 15.00

Asthma Check

Make an appointment with the nurse in normal surgery hours.

Diabetes Clinic

Every Thursday 13.30 to 15.00

Smoking Cessation Clinic

Make an appointment with the nurse in normal surgery hours.               

Immunisation Advice

  • Babies and children: They can receive their immunisations at the Well Baby Clinic or from the practice nurses.
  • Adults: If you have never had tetanus protection you will need a full course of three, and a possible booster after 10 years.
  • Holidays: Some holiday immunisations take a few months to complete, so tell us well in advance, so that we can plan and complete your immunisation in time.

Family Planning

We offer a wide range of family planning advice and care.  Please make an appointment at the reception.

Smears

We recommend that all women between 25 - 50 have a smear every 3 years and between 50-65 every 5 years. You should receive a letter from the Health Authority reminding you that your smear is due. However if you think your smear is overdue, do not hesitate to ask.   Please make an appointment at the reception with one of the nurses.

 
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