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Services provided by the Practice

Antenatal Care


Health Visitors


Minor Operations


Home Nursing


Minor Injuries

Cervical Screening


Non NHS Medicals  Examinations

Out Patient Clinics on site

Chronic Disease Management

Foreign Travel, advice and immunisations

The Live Well Clinic

Stop Smoking Clinic

Private services available on site

Please note these are all private therapists and are not employed or endorsed by the Practice

Foot care - Julia Adam 07939 574789

Counselling - Wendy Whipp 07793 880271, Sarah Andrews 07876 654356 and Amber Rampley 07593 558327

Acupuncture - Rebecca Cox 01844 347656 / 07768 955261 and Beth Bennett 07713 604095

Breastfeeding Support - Luci Lishman 01494 257525

Cranial & Paediatric Osteopathy - Felicity Bertin 07970 807625



Contact Reception for other services

Are you pregnant?

At around 6 weeks, come into the surgery and pick up a maternity pack from Reception.

The midwife will then contact you to make an appointment.

If you have any concerns, please contact reception.


Services we charge for

Not all services at this practice are available under the NHS.

Where patients request non-NHS items or services, a private fee may be payable.

Please see our fees and charges leaflet.


Stop Smoking Clinic

We have a stop smoking advisor at the Practice. She will help anyone who wishes to stop smoking and is an expert at providing support and advice with nicotine replacement therapies or Champix.

Smoking is a leading cause of Cardiovascular disease (CVD), which includes coronary heart disease and strokes. By quitting you will be improving your health by reducing the risk of CVD.

Smoking can also lead to COPD and Emphysema and a variety of cancers.

Stopping smoking has huge benefits and it is never too late to give up.

Useful website: smokefree


The Live Well Clinic

The Live Well Clinic: A service that can help you manage your physical health condition

What is the Live Well Clinic?

Living with a physical health condition can often be challenging and stressful. People can feel low, stressed or struggle to manage. The Live Well clinic is part of the Healthy Minds Service. It offers support with the emotional challenges of managing a health condition. We offer effective talking therapies to support you to learn new strategies and ways of coping now and in the future, and to increase your confidence to manage with your condition.


What will happen in my first appointment?

Your first appointment will be a brief screening assessment over the telephone with a Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner (PWP). This assessment will determine whether a talking therapy alongside a physical healthcare approach will be helpful for you.


Following this assessment you may be signposted or referred to other appropriate services or you will be offered one or more of the following interventions:

- our Long Term Conditions Self-management course

- our Wellbeing and Diabetes course

- telephone appointments through which you will be supported in using Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) self-help materials

- a tailored exercise programme from a health trainer

- nutrition advice from the Community Dietetic Service


How can I be referred to the Live Well Clinic?

You can access the service through:

- self referral - just call on 01865 901600 stating you wish to be assessed for Live Well

 your general practitioner (GP)

- any health or social care practitioner