Clinics We Offer

We offer the following personal clinics. Please notice that details may change week-on-week; for up-to-date information please telephone 0844 576 9030 (please avoid the 08:00 -11:30 morning peak time where possible) or enquire at reception.


Antenatal clinics

Patients can book an appointment with our midwife, Elizabeth Blakeley.

Child health clinics

These are available by appointment with Dr Lakha.

Baby clinics

These are available by appointment with Dr Abbas.

Immunisation clinics

There are available by appointment with a health visitor.


Cervical Smears

These clinics are taken by a practice nurse. We endeavor to contact patients who have missed their reviews - please try to attend these clinics.

Chronic Disease Clinics

We run clinics for patients suffering from chronic diseases. These can be booked by the patient, or the surgery may contact you with an appointment for your review. It is important that patients attend these appointments.

Family Planning

Patients can book an appointment with either a GP or a practice nurse.

Minor Surgery

Patients requiring minor surgery will be required to book into our minor operations clinic once they have been seen by a GP. These clinics occur three times per week and are taken by a GP and a practice nurse.



Counselling is available by appointment and requires a GP-referral.

Flu or Pneumococcal Vaccinations

Patients can drop in for seasonal flu clinics from September each year. No appointment is required. Please telephone 01604 773490 or enquire at reception for details of the start times and dates.

NHS Healthchecks

If you are aged between 44 - 75 and not currently diagnosied with a long term condition, the surgery offer FREE NHS Healthchecks. These checks are carried out by out Nurse Practitioners and can be booked daily. Please ask at reception for more information.

Wellbeing Clinics

These are available by appointment (self-referral or GP-referral).


Additional Services

Our two nurse practitioners are qualified to see patients independently and prescribe medicines for them. They will normally see patients for coughs, colds, sore throats, rashes, new skin conditions, minor injuries e.g. abrasions, bites, burns, sprains and strains, eye/ear infections, urine/bowel & bladder problems, backache, gynaecological issues and family planning.

They do heart traces (ECG) and blood tests if necessary.

They also provide wound care, NHS Health checks, immunisations, MMR catch up for 15-23 year olds, travel advice and vaccinations, Chlamydia testing and stop smoking advice.