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Our Services

The PMS services provided by our GP's are defined under the 'Standard Personal Medical Services Contract'. These services are mainly split into 3 groups: 

  1. Additional
  2. Enhance
  3. Essential

Essential Services

We provide essential services for patients, who: 

  • have health conditions (which they are expected to recover from)
  • chronic disease management
  • general management of terminally ill patients

Our core services include: 

  • GP consultations
  • Asthma clinics
  • Chronic obstructive airways disease clinics
  • Diabetes clinics
  • Health check clinics
  • Chronic heart disease clinics

Additional Services

Our additional services include: 

  • Cervical cytology screening
  • Contraceptive services
  • Child health surveillance
  • Maternity services
  • Certain minor surgery procedures
  • Vaccinations
  • Immunisations

Enhanced Services

Our enhanced services include: 

  • Childhood vaccinations and immunisations
  • Contraceptive coil fitting (IUD)
  • Diabetes management
  • Flu immunisation 
  • Minor injury service
  • Anti-coagulation monitoring

Other Services

Our practice also offers the following services:

  • Child health and development
  • Dressing clinics
  • Ear syringing 
  • ECG's
  • End of life care
  • Epilepsy advice
  • Lung testing (Spirometry)
  • Medication review
  • Mental health 
  • Counselling
  • Pregnancy testing
  • Contraceptive advice
  • Travel advice
  • Child immunisations

Non-NHS Services

Our practice also offers services which are not funded by the NHS and are paid by the patient. These include:

  • Insurance claim forms
  • Non-NHS vaccinations 
  • Prescription for taking medication abroad
  • Private sick notes
  • Pre-employment and HGV medicals
  • Vaccination certificates

For further information about the services offered and the prices, please contact the surgery.  


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