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See the Practice Staff tab to view a photo of your GP Team.

Please read the Latest News field under 'quick links' for more information about the Practice.

Select the Patient Group field under 'have your say' to read minutes of our meetings.  You can join our Panel or our Virtual Group.

H-Pylori (9.4.10)

Please note that you will no longer be issued with a prescription for a Helicobacter Test kit.  Our Practice now keep these in stock. 

keyboardstethIntercare

Inter Care collects returned prescription medicines and supplies them free of charge to a network of health centres in Africa.  Click on this LINK for more information.

 

Blood Tests - early morning

As part of our extended hours service, on Thursday and Friday mornings, our HCA offers appointments for early morning blood tests. 

 

Chlamydia Testing

This is an opportunistic screening programme for men and women between the ages of  15-24. Tests and treatments are free to patients.  This is a confidential service and you can choose to receive your results via text, telephone call, e-mail or by letter.  Please ask your GP, practice nurse or at reception for more information and/or a kit. 

HPV Programme

HPV - 12yrs to 13yrs

Please on HERE to see the link.

 

PROTOCOL FOR DELIVERY OF HPV VACCINATION OF FEMALE PATIENTS OUTSIDE OF THE PUBLIC HEALTH PARAMETERS

We also offer this service on a private basis for female patients aged 19-55.  The service consists of a course of 3 injections over a 6-month period.   For more information, please ask at reception or read the HPV Link above.

New Extended Opening Hours 

If you have difficulty attending appointments during normal opening hours, the surgery takes part in extended hours.  These appointments are bookable in advance.  See our appointments screen for more details or ask at reception.

 
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