Clinics & Services


Child Health - By appointment with the doctor and the practice nurse. 

Child Immunisations - By appointment. Parents are notified when their children’s immunisations are due.

Other Immunisation - The practice and district nurses do most other injections and immunisations by appointment only. See next tab for Travel Vaccination advice.

Asthma - Everyone with asthma is encouraged to attend at least once a year for a review. The aim of this is to help you to control your symptoms and receive up-to-date treatment and advice.

Well Person Health Checks - Men and women aged 40 – 74 years old are eligible to have a health check and discuss healthy lifestyle with our nursing team. We hope to see everyone over 75 years old at least annually - this can be in your own home. 

Minor Surgery and Cryocautery - Dr Qazi offers appointments for removal of cysts, skin tags and some skin lesions.  Patients are asked to book a routine appointment with a doctor first to discuss this.

Joint Injections - Dr Fasae & Dr Qazi offer appointments for joint injections. You should make an appointment with a GP to discuss this type of appointment.

Family Planning - All GPs and Advanced Nurse Practitioners are available for general advice, prescription for the pill and emergency contraception. Emergency contraception is available in normal or urgent surgery appointments.

Smear Tests - Regular smear tests (cervical cytology) are offered for all women
age 25 - 65 years.  There is a computer recall system in place to remind patients when their smear is due.

Travel Vaccinations - See next tab for information

Physiotherapy Clinics - You can book directly in with our advance physiotherapist - they deal with muscular and skeletal problems

Mental Health Clinic - You can book directly in with our Mental Health Nurse - they deal with anxiety, depression, severe mental health

Pharmacy Team - We have a team of pharmacists and pharmacy technicians who work alongside our Clinical Team helping to provide safe and effective prescribing

Pharmacy First  - Many minor problems can be managed by highly trained community Pharmacists. They are qualified to offer help, advice and recommend over the counter medications. Our receptionist may offer you a review with a community pharmacist if your condition is one they can advise you on.

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