What? Our Healthcare Assistants are expert in provide lifestyle advice and carrying out healthchecks. They work closely with our Practice Nurses and very often will work in tandem, especially for patients who have a long term condition.
When? Monday to Friday each week.
How? For a health check or lifestyle advice, call the Practice for an appointment. If you have a long term condition managed by a specialist or advanced nurse, you will be recalled annually or sooner depending on your condition. However, you can also call us to arrange an appointment with a nurse.
What? We employ our own Nurse Practitioners who supports our Doctors in prescribing matters.
When? Our Nurse Practitioners works Monday to Friday each week.
How? If you have a chronic disease such as asthma, COPD or diabetes, your medication review will normally be done during your annual review. For all other patients, you can call the practice and request a medication review with our very own Pharmacist!
What? We offer a range of sexual health services including advice, routine and emergency contraception, and smears.
When? You can use any of our routine appointments with a Doctor or Nurse Practitioner.
How? Call us to book an appointment.
What? We provide a wide ranging vaccination service including childhood immunisations, seasonal influenza and pneumococcal vaccinations, catch up campaigns, and more.
When? Our seasonal campaigns happen throughout the year depending on the nature of the immunisation. These will be advertise on our website, smartphone and in our Practice. For all other immunisations, appointments are available Monday to Friday each week with a Practice Nurse.
How? Keep an eye out for our seasonal immunisation campaigns. Additionally, you can call the practice and request an appointment with a Practice Nurse.
What? We work with other NHS providers to bring more services onsite that will benefit our patient population.
When? Weekly across all three sites.
How? You can request an appointment via reception or as a referral following consultation at one of our locations.
What? We provide a range of other services including sicknotes, non-NHS examinations, medical insurance reports, HGV and PSC applications, and private letters. With the exception of statutory sicknotes, these services are not funded by the NHS meaning that there will be a charge. This is to reflect the additional time required by the Doctor and administration team to complete the work, time that would have otherwise been used to treat patients.
When and how? Sicknotes can be requested from reception if it is a repeat. For first time sicknotes, please attend our walk-in service. For chargeable services, please call reception and book an appointment. Make sure to explain to reception what you require so that we can ensure the appropriate time is allocated.