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Patient Updates

Influenza Vaccinations

We are now booking flu clinics, if you are eligible for a flu vaccination please give us a call to book this in.

Arriving late to an appointment

Recently we have noticed an increase in the number of patients arriving late for their appointments. We would like to remind all patients that if you are more than 10 minutes late you will not be seen and you will be asked to re-book. 

Changes to the Family Planning Clinic

From 11th September the Walk-in Family Planning Clinic will be changing to a booked appointment system. 

Services offered in the family planning clinic include smear tests, contraception prescriptions and family planning advice.

Opening hours are: Tuesday evenings 4pm - 7.30pm.

If you have any questions or concerns regarding these changes please contact the surgery.

Updates from our Patient Group

If you would like to receive communication from our Patient Group Via email, including newsletters and information about Health Events please let our reception team know by emailing

PSA Testing

With recent media coverage on prostate cancer our GP's would advise patients wanting a PSA test to please read the information on PSA testing before coming to see the GP.

If you still wish to request a PSA test please book a routine appointment with your GP and you can discuss your test in the consultation.

NHS Health Check

Aged 40-74?

Free NHS Health Checks for patients aged between 40 and 74 years old - Find out your risk of heart disease and how you can improve your health. We will measure your height, weight, waist, blood pressure, pulse and your cholesterol level.

If you have not had an NHS Health Check in the last 5 years please phone our reception to book your 20 minute appointment with our Nurse.

For appointments and prescriptions please use the Online Services link above. Alternatively, just click here.
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