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Our practice aims to provide the full range of services associated with family medicine. With the current emphasis on health promotion we offer routine health examinations for those newly joining our practice, a five-yearly check for adults over 40 years old and an annual check for those over 75. Children have developmental assessments and immunisations at the recommended intervals.

We have a minor surgery clinic and cryotherapy clinic weekly. There is the opportunity for women to have cervical cytology checks, family planning advice, antenatal and postnatal care. Hypertension and coronary prevention clinics provide special care for those at higher risk of stroke and heart attack. There is a chronic disease management programme for those with Diabetes, Asthma, COPD, Heart Disease and CVA (stroke).

We keep a register of the housebound and discuss ongoing treatment with district nurses. This part of the website describes the services we offer, the surgery times, what your rights are and the standard of health care you should receive from us along with other general information.

Your lifestyle and health care is your responsibility – we can only advise you. However, when you have an Accident or become ill or disabled, your health care will become a partnership between the team and yourself. We can, with your cooperation, help you. Please help us to help you.

Practice Nurses

The nurses are available, by appointment, Monday to Friday, mornings and evenings - for health checks, cervical smears, injections, ear syringing, removal of sutures, etc. They also run the following clinics:

Asthma Clinic

3.00 – 4.00pm Wednesday
Practice Nurse by appointment

COPD Clinic

8.50 – 9.50am Wednesday
Practice Nurse by appointment

Hypertension Clinic

10.30 – 1.20pm Tuesday
9.20 – 10.30am Wednesday
Practice Nurse by appointment

Diabetic Clinic

9.00 – 10.00am Monday
3.00 - 4.00pm Tuesday
12.00 – 1.00pm & 4.00 - 5.00pm Thursday
11.30am - 12.30pm Friday
Practice Nurse by appointment

Weight Management Clinic

Health Care Assistant by appointment

IHD Clinic

8.30 – 10.50am Tuesday
Practice Nurse by appointment

CVA Clinic

9.00 – 11.00am Thursday
Practice Nurse by appointment


For ‘over 65s’ or disabled/frail patients by appointment every weekday between 8.20 - 9.00am Monday to Friday plus Wednesday 1.30 - 2.30pm.

Please collect a Travel Clinic Form from Reception, fill-out & bring back at least six weeks before you travel. Our Practice Nurse will review the information provided and we will contact you with an appointment to provide advice for your destination & give appropriate vaccinations.

NB. Some vaccines for long-haul travel and Malaria Prevention tablets are not available on the NHS so you may be advised to contact a Private Travel Advice clinic for these.

Wart Clinic (Liquid Nitrogen Treatment)

9.00 – 10.00am Thursday
Health Care Assistant by appointment

Smoking Cessation

Health Care Assistant by appointment

Minor Surgery

Currently suspended

Antenatal Clinic

If you think you are pregnant, please see any GP in the practice for advice & a pregnancy pack with information regarding how to book with local services

Postnatal and Child Development and Immunisation Clinic

12.45 - 2.00pm Monday
Dr Bohmer-Laubis by appointment

Medical Examinations

2.45 - 3.15pm Monday
Dr Cotter
For Insurance, HGV, PSV, Taxi Drivers, Elderly Drivers, Pre-employment. By appointment, fee payable

Child Immunisation Clinic (Under 5s)

12.00 noon – 2.00pm Monday
Practice Nurse by appointment


By appointment (doctor’s referral required)

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