Clinics and Services

Clinics and Services

We provide a range of services and clinics.

We provide a range of services and clinics.

The following clinics are available at our surgery by appointment:

Baby Immunisations

Blood pressure and urine checks

Cervical smears

Childhood immunisations

Chronic disease management

Cryotherapy

Ear syringing

Family planning advice

Minor injuries

Skin Surgery

Removal of stitches

Registration health checks

Travel Advice and Vaccinations

Please review our list of non-NHS work that we offer at our GP surgery, which attract a fee. This includes certificates, forms, medical examinations and various travel vaccinations.

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The NHS provides sickness certification only after seven continuous days of illness.  If you need a sick note to cover this period of sickness you should complete a Self-Certification (SC2) form which is available from your employer or on the HMRC website.

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General Information about Test Results

When you attend a test of any kind, you will be told how long you should expect to wait for the results.  This is a guideline, and we ask that you wait this time before checking for your results.

Please note that we have a strict policy regarding confidentiality and data protection. We will only give test results to the person they relate to unless that person has given prior permission for their release or if they’re not capable of understanding them.

There are different ways you can access the results of tests that have been done at our GP surgery.

You can use your Systmonline account (or the Airmid app) and access the results from there. Please note that results are only available once the doctor has reviewed them. If you don’t have access to your record online, please request this in your online account or ask our reception team for help, ideally after 2 pm.

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Please note that the results of tests carried out during hospital visits are not normally sent to the practice.

Why have I been asked to have a repeat test?

If a doctor asks you to have a repeat test, it is usually because:

The result was borderline or unclear, and the doctor wants another sample to monitor the situation or to re-check the results.

The result is abnormal, and the doctor cannot interpret the result without further tests and has asked you to come in for more tests.

Please do not worry if the doctor has asked you for a repeat test.  The doctor will speak to you or request to see you directly if they need to discuss the results.

If you are registered with our GP surgery, you can access some health services online. This means you can do some tasks when it is better for you and avoid telephoning the practice. 

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