- Well woman
- Well man
- Erectile dysfunction
- Mother and Baby
- Family Planning
- Coronary Heart Disease
Midwife-run clinic. New patients must have a positive pregnancy test from the hospital and book in at reception for their first appointment, which is usually at the patient's home address. Afterwards subsequent appointments will be on Tuesday afternoons and Thursday mornings at the Cudworth Centre.
Primarily for newly diagnosed asthmatics or those having problems, these are run by the practice nurse.
All diabetic patients in the practice are offered an annual review check. Patients should attend the healthcare support worker for blood tests and the local optician for a free routine eye check before their clinic appointment.
These are run by the practice nurse and GP for any patient with a history or a family history of heart problems. We can perform our own ECGs in the practice with instant printed results.
These are run by the practice nurse for any patient with a history of COPD or breathing problems.
Minor Surgery Clinic
This clinic is run by Dr Khan and the practice nurse. Your doctor will advise you if one of the minor surgery procedures available at this clinic is appropriate for your condition. This clinic is run on Thursdays.
This clinic is run by Dr Athale. He will advise if you could benefit from this procedure.
Well Baby/Child Development Clinic
These are held every Monday and run by the health visitors and GPs.
This is run by the practice nurses and gives advice regarding immunisations, medication and general health precautions. We are also a registered yellow fever clinic.
Family Planning Clinic
This is run by the practice nurse and the GP. All methods of contraception are available through the practice although any method requiring a procedure to be carried out needs to be discussed with the doctor or the nurse so that arrangements can be made.
Stop Smoking Clinic
The practice runs its own Stop Smoking clinic with Gail Roberts on Wednesday afternoons. Please see the receptionist for an appointment.
Physiotherapy, Chiropody, Dietary, Dental and District Nursing services are all provided by the CCG.
The NHS Bowel Cancer Screening Programme offers screening every two years to all men and women aged 60 - 69. People over 70 can request a screening kit by calling a free-phone helpline when the programme reaches their area. GPs are not directly involved in the delivery of the programme but we will be notified when invitations for bowel cancer screening are being sent out in our area. We will also receive a copy of the results letters sent to patients.