Following a positive home pregnancy test result you can self-refer to see a Midwife from your preferred choice of hospital by self referring to midwives. Follow the link for
Child Health Clinic
The aim of this clinic is to ensure the well being of children under 5 years. The Health Visitor and Practice Nurse provides this service. All babies and young children will be offered to attend for routine immunisations and development checks. We strongly recommend that all children be fully immunised.
Please click here to see the recommended childhood immunisations and timetable.
If you think that you may be pregnant, please obtain a home pregnancy testing kit from your local chemist. Once you have positive test please contact the surgery to make further arrangements.
The Practice offers a few travel appointments. They are available on a first come first serve. Please do not leave it until the last minute to contact us as we do not offer emergency appointments for travel reasons.
Travel vaccination schedules can be complicated, therefore you should allow at least 8 weeks prior to travel to schedule any necessary vaccinations – we are unfortunately unable to offer this service if you are travelling within a 8 week time-frame.
See more information on Travel Vaccinations (PDF, 137KB).
Unfortunately time and time again many nurse appointments are wasted by people who fail to turn up for booked travel appointments. Regrettably it has become necessary to advise you that should a patient cancel at extremely short notice or fail to attend for a booked travel appointment the surgery will NOT offer a further appointment.
It is not an NHS requirement to offer travel vaccinations and therefore when necessary priority will be given in nursing clinics to NHS services that the surgery is contracted to offer.
If you do require urgent travel advice and vaccinations please contact your nearest travel clinic…
Once you know your holiday dates, please follow these simple steps:
- Collect a travel questionnaire form from the surgery or download the Travel questionnaire 2017 here.
- Complete the form giving details of your holiday destination and any previous vaccination history.
- Return the form to the surgery for checking by the Practice Nurse.
- Please allow 10 working days, after which time contact the surgery and you will be advised which, if any vaccinations are required for your destination of travel.
The NHS provides some vaccinations free of charge but not all, Vaccines which are not funded by the NHS for travel abroad will be chargeable.
Those vaccines which are provided free of charge by the NHS for travel abroad are:
- Typhoid (to some countries)
- Hepatitis A
The Practice offers a few travel appointments each week. They are available on a first come first serve basis our aim is to provide a high quality service in a friendly supportive environment.
Please note it is not an NHS requirement to offer travel vaccinations and therefore when necessary priority will be given in nursing clinics to NHS services that the surgery is contracted to offer.
The following websites give information about the county you are visiting, the health issues, and the vaccinations you will need.
Other useful websites to look at are:-
We look forward to seeing you at your appointment.