Clinics & Services

Some of the clinics and services held at the surgery are provided by our own doctors and practice nurses. Some services are provided by healthcare staff from community services.


Run by the nurse team. Initiation and monitoring using near patient testing.

Cervical smears

All women between the ages of 25 and 49 should have a smear test every three years, women between 50 and 64 every five years. Please make an appointment with the practice nurse when advised by the health authority.

Hypertension Clinic

Hypertension or Blood Pressure Clinic is held on an individual appointment basis.

Child Health Surveillance

Co-ordinated between the practice nurses and the health visitor. We will send you an appointment when it is time for your child’s check. We see children when they are six weeks old for their first assessment and at regular intervals up to three and a half years old.

We are keen to make sure that our young patients are given protection against serious infectious diseases. We believe a regular routine vaccination programme is extremely safe and effective.

Click here for Child Immunisation Schedule

Citizens Advice 

Every Tuesday afternoon.


Practice Nurse - Regular review and monitoring is held on an individual appointment basis.


Practice Nurse - routine care and review for all diabetics in the practice.

Family Planning & Women’s Health

A confidential service is available with the doctor of your choice or the Practice Nurse who can offer information and/or advice on contraception and sexual health matters. The Practice Nurses also offer cervical screening for female patients. Alternatively you can contact the family planning clinic at the Primary Healthcare Centre, Church Street Tel: 01773 546800.


Tim Storr has two clinics per week offering treatment for all musculoskeletal disorders, such as neck and back pain.


The nurses provide a full vaccination service for children. For travel more information can be found on the above tab.

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