Services We Provide
We run a number of clinics staffed by our nursing team. Many are offered at specific times in the week although some appointments are also available during general nursing hours in the week.
- Anti coagulation (ACC)
- Cervical Smears
- Travel Immunisations
- Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
- Family Planning
- Minor Operations
- Pneumococcal Vaccination
- Shingles Vaccination
Run by our nurses on Tuesday morning and Thursday afternoon. Transport is available through the NHS for patients who fulfill the appropriate criteria
Provided by midwives on Tuesdays, Thursdays & Friday's. Practice nurses offer influenza & boostrix (whooping cough) vaccination to pregnant women.
Monitoring and advice from the Practice nurse during a pre-booked appointment.
Routine smears by invitation from the Cytologu Screening Service.
This clinic is held on the following days and times:
Monday 9.30am - 11.30am (weekly) Ray Allen Centre by appointment only
Wednesday 9.30am - 11.00am (1st & 3rd weeks) Gateway Centre by appointment only
Wednesday 1.30pm - 3.00pm (weekly) Willow Centre by appointment only
Friday 10.00am - 12noon (weekly) Swan Centre by appointment only
Monitoring and advice on Thursday mornings
Our counsellor, Andrea Bishop is based at the the Singleton Health Centre on a Monday. This service is by appointment after consultation with the doctor.
Monitoring and advice from the GP and nurses.
GP on Wednesday & Friday afternoons. IUCD (coil) fitting and removal, also insertion and removal of implants.
Patients aged 16 and over but under 75 who have not consulted a Clinician for three years are welcome to make an appointment with the nurse for a health check.
Variety of minor procedures available with the GP on Tuesday mornings
Strongly recommended for all patients over 65 and those with underlying conditions such as heart disease, diabetes, kidney disease or asthma. Nasal influenza vaccinations for all 2, 3 & 4 year olds.
Shingles vaccination. Who's eligible?
Aged 70 years? Plus anyone in their 70s who was born after 1st September 1942 and has not yet had the vaccine.
Aged 78 years? Plus anyone aged 79 years old who has missed out on the vaccine.
Pneumococcal. Eligible patients will be contacted, If you think you are eligible speak to the nurse or GP at your next booked appointment
We offer a Physiotherapy service.
Practice nurses have attended a training course on this subject and can advise you on giving up smoking. Please ask at reception to book an appointment.
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