Clinics We Offer

We run a range of clinics. For an appointment or further information regarding clinics then please, contact us at the practice.

Child Health and Immunisation

The clinics are run by the doctors, practice nurses and health visitors. You will be invited to attend the clinics in line with the scheduled vaccination programmes in place.

Clinics are on Wednesday mornings from 10:00. A Friday afternoon booster clinic will also run between 15:30 and 16:30. The Health Visitor will be present at these clinics.

Minor Surgery – Wednesday 14:00 – 15:00

Minor operations and injections can be done in our treatment room at the practice. Please discuss this with your doctor who will then arrange for you to be given an appointment.


Led by our nursing team, this clinic offers advice and general health check-ups to patients diagnosed with COPD. These clinics are not currently in operation due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

PCDAS Clinic—Thursday 12:30 – 16:30

Run by counsellors and nurses, this clinic gives support and advice to patient with drug and alcohol problems.

Mental Health Counsellor

This clinic is run by the mental health team at the local hospital. Patients are offered appointments by the mental health team to be seen at the practice once they have been referred by a doctor.

In-house Cluster Physiotherapy Service

We are now able to offer a First Contact Physiotherapy (FCP) service where patients with musculoskeletal problems such as back or shoulder pain can be seen by a Chartered Physiotherapist, without needing to see a GP first.

During your consultation our a Physiotherapist will take a full history of your condition and perform a brief assessment in order to try and help diagnose the cause of your pain. Following this they will help advise on whether further treatment is required or whether the condition can be managed with appropriate exercise interventions or lifestyle changes. The appointments tend to be shorter than more traditional Physiotherapy treatment sessions and do not involve any treatments such as massage or manipulation. Instead, the focus is on early assessment, diagnosis and advice on managing your condition, referring on for further Physiotherapy treatment if this is felt to be needed.