Asthma clinic

Asthma patients are reviewed regularly by an Asthma Nurse. Asthma patients may contact her directly at the Surgery if they have a problem.

Blood testing clinic

This clinic is held Monday - Thursday morning between 9.00am and 11.00am only. Most blood tests must be carried out in the morning.

Chaperones Available

If you would like a Chaperone present during your consultation, then please advise the Receptionist when booking your appointment or when checking in.

Child health immunisations

Infant development is monitored by Health Visitors and the doctors. Children's immunisation sessions are held at the surgery every Tuesday between 1.30pm and 2.00pm by Sister Kent and Sister Pitt.


Referrals are made by your doctor to see the counsellor who holds sessions in the surgery. These sessions are to help resolve stress and anxiety symptoms.

Patients can self-refer to Positive Step. Contact details are or telephone 01934 523682.

Diabetes clinic

Diabetic patients are reviewed regularly by the Diabetes Nurse. Diabetic patients may contact her directly at the surgery if they have a problem.


You can see your doctor during surgery hours for a full confidential service. We offer a full service including fitting coils and Implants.

Health Promotion Clinics

  • New Patient Checks
  • Heart and Stroke Prevention
  • Support with Weight Reduction
  • Hypertension
  • Travel Advice
  • Support to Stop Smoking
  • NHS health Checks (If over 45)

Maternity care

Please arrange to be seen early in pregnancy. Antenatal clinics are held by the Community Midwife here at the surgery.

You can make your first appointment with a midwife at If you don’t have internet access please call 0117 4146743 and leave a message. You can also download MyPregnancy@NBT smartphone App for free for Apple ITunes or Google Play. This App supports you to make informed choices about your care in pregnancy and where to give birth – more information at

Minor Illness Clinic

Our Nurse Practitioner, Tracey Phillips has been trained to see patients with non-serious illnesses. The GP may triage you to see her for things like sore throats, ear ache, colds and flu, chest infections, abdominal pain, rashes, urine infections, insect bites and skin infections, cuts and bruises.

Medical services not covered by NHS

These are carried out by arrangement with your doctor. Click here for our fees. Some examples are HGV medicals, sports medicals and private sick notes.

Travel advice

Please read the attached document Advice for travellers (Microsoft Word format), as soon as you know your date of travel. We strongly advise you to check your requirements at least 3 months before you travel.

Please note if you need any of the vaccinations which are provided on the NHS (in bold in the attached document) please make an appointment with the practice nurses bringing with you a printout of the relevant Fit For Travel information.

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