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Clinics & Services

The practice nursing team offers a wide variety of services including: chronic disease management (asthma, COPD, diabetes, coronary heart disease, and stroke/TIA) dressings, removal of stitches and travel vaccinations).

Nurses are also able to prescribe for certain conditions in addition to their routine treatment room service.

Please telephone 01244 325421 if you wish to make an appointment to see a practice nurse

Asthma Clinic

We have specially trained practice nurses who regularly review all asthmatics.

Minor Surgery Services

Minor surgery is performed at the surgery. If you think you may need minor surgery please make an appointment to see Dr Henry or Dr Kaye.

Ear Syringing

Ear syringing is not currently being performed at the surgery.

Appointments for ear syringing may be made with the GP Extended Hours Service by calling 0300 123 7743 8am-8pm seven days a week. For further information regarding the Service, please click here. To view our ear syringing leaflet, please click here.

Maternity Medical Services

Please telephone the surgery for details of your local antenatal clinic as soon as pregnancy is confirmed. Postnatal services are provided by Dr Annabel Jones, Dr Paula Davis and Dr Harriet Williamson.

Click here to download the Maternity Leaflet

Child Health Surveillance Services for Children aged 6 to 8 weeks

The Child Health Service Clinics are held by Doctors Jones, Davis, and Williamson. These are for children aged between 6 to 8 weeks, you will be contacted by the Practice to arrange this appointment. If you do not hear from the Practice by the time your child is 8 weeks old please telephone the surgery to arrange an appointment. Please contact Community Reception on 01244 348022 to confirm when the Open Access Clinic/Baby Clinics are running.

Immunisations (Children)

You will receive a letter from the Health Authority or the Practice to inform you when your child needs to have their immunisations, please telephone the surgery to arrange an appointment.

Immunisations can be booked in with the practice nurse for a 20 minute appointment in their normal surgeries.

Sexual Health

Our doctors and practice nurses provide contraceptive services by appointment. The surgery offers emergency contraception service within the hours of 08:00 to 18:00; if you require emergency contraception out of hours please contact your local pharmacy.

For comprehensive Sexual Health services, Virgin Care Hub, Chester - 0300 2470020 (Option 2), can be found at the Fountains Health Centre Sexual Health Clinic. They provide all aspects of sexual health screening, advice and treatment, condoms and contraception options. Please visit for more information and clinic times.

This service is not just about contraception but is about how people look after themselves during their reproductive years, including pre- conception and menopausal care and sexual health.

We also offer opportunistic chlamydia screening for those aged 16-24 (kits available in toilets/reception).

A full range of services are provided including coils, implants, sexual health screening and advice regarding modern family planning techniques.

Please ask for details of emergency contraceptive services.

Cervical Smears

We recommend that ladies between 25 and 49 years old have a 3 yearly smear test, and those between 50 and 64 years of age have a 5 yearly smear test. This is a quick and painless procedure. Smear tests are usually taken by the practice nurse and an appointment is required.

Well Woman/Well Man Clinic

Well Woman and Well Man Clinics are run by our practices nurses. These offer a general check up for women and men between the ages of 16 and 74. Please telephone for an appointment.

If you would like to have this health check please ask for a health check appointment with our Healthcare Assistant.

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