Clinics & Services


Special Services for Patients

adult immunisations



The Practice is part of a research cluster and we are involved in several different projects throughout the year. 

ante-natal and post natal care

Ante-natal and Post-natal Care

This care is shared with the hospital but outlined below is information of how we can help you at this practice:


Role of the GP

Shared care with hospital ante-natal department. The GP provides post natal care, six week check-up and contraceptive advice. Queries, questions or worries are dealt with by the GP or nurse.


Role of the Practice Nurse

Any queries, questions or worries regarding your ante-natal care can also be addressed by the Practice Nurse, including keeping a check on your blood pressure recording between visits to the mid-wife. The same applies to post-natal questions and the nurse can also give you advice on feeding, contraception and mother/baby well-being.


Role of the Hospital Clinics

The staff at the hospital clinics provides ante-natal care, blood tests, scans, blood pressure recordings, discussion regarding method of delivery and advice about complications in pregnancy.


Role of the Community Midwife

The Community Midwife shares ante-natal care with the hospital.


Role of Health Visitor

After you are discharged from hospital, the Health Visitor at your local mother/baby clinic will give advice on child health and mother/baby well-being.


Role of the Community Nurse

The Community Nurse cares for the long-term illnesses and house-bound patients in their homes and referrals can be made through the surgery.