We aim to provide you with the best quality health care. We provide a wide range of services including general medical care, contraception, maternity services and minor surgery. We are also offering late evening surgeries.
The building is accessible to patients using wheelchairs. There are disabled parking spaces near the main entrance. The GP reception has a low desk area and there are disabled toilet facilities in the building. Our Practice Nurses run a number of clinics to monitor and manage chronic illness (diabetes, heart disease, asthma, blood pressure, chronic chest disease). Also they provide health promotion, well person clinics, travel health advice, travel vaccinations, flu and pneumonia vaccinations, smoking cessation support and a wide variety of general nursing care. Our Health Care Assistants work under the supervision of a qualified nurse and carry out a range of procedures such as blood pressure checks, taking blood, urine testing, ECGs and breathing tests. We are a teaching practice and will often have attached students or GPs in training. Some consultations may be video recorded for training purposes. You will always be informed of this and will have the opportunity to decline if you wish. Our staff are duty bound to respect your privacy, dignity and confidentiality and to treat you with courtesy at all times. All patient information that we hold on paper or computer will be maintained securely and according to the regulations of the Data Protection Act. You have the right to know what information we hold on you. If you would like to see your records, please contact the Office Manager to arrange an appointment