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Maternity Care

pregnantOur Midwives hold Ante-natal Clinics by appointment on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday.

Children's Immunisations and Child Health

Clinics held by appointment every Thursday from 10am to 12 noon.

Family Planning 

All of our GPs the Family Planning Certificate and are happy to provide advice as part of your consultation. Coil, Cap and Implant can be arranged via your GP.

Well Woman Screenings

Held every Monday from 5.00pm to 6.00pm by appointment. It is recommended that all women between the ages of 25 64 have a cervical smear every three to five years. For a cervical smear please arrange an appointment with hte Practice Nurse these can be done any day of the week by our qualified Practice Nurse.The screening may include cervical cytology and any other relevant discussion and examinations.

Health Promotion

inhaler2Our Nurses and Health Care Assistants provide advice on Diabetes, Hypertension, Diet, Alcohol, Asthma, Stress Management, Smoking Cessation and Menopausal problems. Please see the Nurse or Doctor by appointment.


Clinics are held regularly. Please make and appointment to see your GP for referral to this service.


Please see your GP regarding a Physiotherapy referral alternatively there is also a same-day physio assessment that can be done via the Trinity Care Service. Patients with musculoskeletal problems can be offered an appointment where the physiotherapist will assess the patient, give you a pain management plan and consult with the GP if needed.


Please see a GP regarding a referral for this

Counselling Services 

Help is available for bereavement, anxiety, stress management and help with depressive illness. Please make an appointment with your GP for this service.

Other Services

We have contact with District Nurses, Health Visitors, Social Services and Terminal Care Support Team. We can arrange other special help and aids as required

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