These are held every Thursday afternoon between 1.00 and 5.00pm and on Fridays from 9.00am to 1.00pm. Patients are seen by appointment by our community midwife.
Six-week baby checks are undertaken each Monday afternoon by all the GPs in rotation. Developmental checks are undertaken at separate appointments at Byfield.
This clinic is run by nurses who are qualified to advise on and provide treatment for our patients with COPD who wish to discuss their condition.
This clinic is run by our specially qualified practice nurses in conjunction with the doctors, by appointment.
All members of the primary care team are qualified to advise on contraceptive care. In addition, Dr Nicola Moerdyk also offers a Family Planning Clinic where they are able to provide Long Acting Reversible Contraception (LARC) such as intra-uterine devices (IUDs) or contraceptive implants. An initial consultation with a doctor of your own choice is required prior to the provision of LARC.
Well Man Clinic
The are held by our practice nurses who are trained to advise on men's health issues generally. For availability and to make an appointment, please contact reception.
Well Woman Clinic
Clinics are held by our practice nurses who are trained to advise on women’s health issues generally and to take cervical smears. For availability, and to make an appointment, please contact reception.
Drs Harvey and Nawaz carry out minor surgical procedures at the surgery. Patients will be advised by the doctor if he is able to perform such a procedure at the surgery. Only then will you be able to book a minor surgery appointment.
Our health care assistants are available daily to take patient blood samples as required. This service is available by appointment only - please contact reception to arrange an appointment.
Two general practice counsellors are available. Appointments are by referral only; please discuss this service with your doctor.
Flu Vaccination And Pneumococcal Vaccination
A yearly influenza vaccination is particularly recommended for all patients over the age of 65 years. It is also recommended for those aged six months or over with respiratory disease (including asthma); heart, liver or kidney disease; diabetes mellitus; those who are immunosuppressed due to disease or treatment; residents of nursing and rest homes. Vaccinations are also by appointment.
The doctors are happy to carry out medicals, eg for insurance, driving licences etc. These are available, by appointment, outside normal surgery hours and are charged at the current BMA recommended rates. Contact administration for more details
Patients who require medical advice may call the NHS 111 Service on 111.