We are closed on Monday 19th September for the Bank Holiday for the late Queen Elizabeth's Funeral.

If you already have an appointment arranged for this day we will contact you to rearrange it.

Should you require urgent medical assistance or advice when we are closed, please call or visit NHS 111.

In life threatening emergencies, always call 999.

Thank you.

Below is a list of our services, this list changes from time to time so please contact reception if you need any specific information.

Antenatal Clinic

The Antenatal Clinics are run by Midwives and are held on Mondays & Tuesdays.

Post Natal Care

Your baby will receive a 6 week check with one of our doctors.


Child Vaccination Clinic

These clinics are held on Tuesday afternoons from 2.00 pm to 4.30 pm. Appointments are sent out by post by the Child Health Service in Leicester. If you struggle to make these times please let us know and we will do our best to accommodate you elsewhere.


Counselling Service

We have several Practice Therapists who visit our surgery each week. Appointments with them are given after referral by our doctors.

Minor Surgery

Some of our doctors undertake minor surgery procedures such as specialist joint injections or mole removal. The doctor will discuss any of these procedures with you and then refer you into one of our clinics if required.



Long Term Conditions Clinics

By long term conditions we mean Asthma, Diabetes, Heart Disease, COPD (a condition similar to Asthma affecting the lungs) and patients who’re living with the after effects of strokes.

These clinics are run by the Practice Nurses. We will write to you approximately once a year when your review is due. We are starting to bring these reviews in line with your month of birth. If you have more than one condition we will try and book them all at the same time, but please mention this when booking to help our receptionists. For many conditions a blood test is needed and this should be done at least 2 weeks prior to your clinic review. This allows time for the results to come back and these will be given to you by the nurse at the review.


NHS Health Checks

These are available to all patients aged between 40 and 75 every 5 years. They start with a blood test followed by a telephone appointment to discuss your blood test results and your lifestyle and diet. The nurse will then give you advice about your future likelihood of getting heart disease or diabetes.

 Smear tests

All ladies between the ages of 25 to 45 are advised to have three-yearly smears. Over 45’s are advised to have one every five years. You will be sent an invite by the health authority and should not ask for a smear unless you have had an invite. Please make an appointment with the Practice Nurse for your smear.


Contraception advice

All our Practice Nurses and Doctors can give advice. We fit long acting contraceptives such as the coil and the implant here at the surgery as well as doing contraceptive injections and prescribing the contraceptive pill.


Contraceptive Coil and Contraceptive Implant fitting clinics

We have doctors who can fit the coil and the implant. You will need to have a discussion with the GP prior to booking into a clinic for this. We undertake emergency coil fits as well as routine ones.


Travel Advice and Immunisation Clinic

Our Practice Nurses can give advice and vaccinations for patients travelling abroad.

Please complete one of our forms which you can obtain from reception.  Your form will be reviewed and then we will telephone you to advise if you need an appointment for travel vaccinations.

Some services may involve information sharing with other agencies. This will only happen in line with the Data Protection law.


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