Non NHS Services
Some services are not covered by the NHS and a charge is payable - eg:
- Sports, Pre-employment and HGV Medicals
- Passport Signing
- BUPA/PPP Verification
- Private Sick Notes for First Week of Illness
- Prescription for Medication to be Taken Abroad
- Vaccination Certificates
A list of BMA recommended fees is available at reception. Several of the partners see private patients by appointment.
Additional NHS Services We Offer
- Asthma Clinics
- Anti-Coagulation Clinic
- COPD Clinics
- Vascular Clinics
- Diabetic Clinic
- ECG Clinic
- Well Women/Men appointments
- Dermatology Clinics
- Minor Ops Clinics
- Smoking Cessation Clinics
- Long Acting Contraceptive Clinics
- Healthy Living Clinic
- Travel Vaccination Clinics
These are normal reactions after receiving injections for immunisations against any illness and will occur in adults and children alike. They can take two forms:-
Pain, redness and swelling at the site of the injection. This can be relieved by the application of an ice-pack (a half pound bag of frozen peas wrapped in a tea towel makes a convenient ice pack).
A cold-like illness which can occur up to 10 days after the vaccination is given and up to four weeks after MMR.
When To Protect Your Child
Click here to see when your child should be vaccinated.
Please make an appointment at least 2-4 weeks in advance of your holiday to ensure adequate cover. A charge will be made for certain immunisations and vaccinations which are not covered by the NHS. A list of these charges can be downloaded below.
Please complete a Travel Risk Assessment form and bring it to the surgery. The nurse will then assess your requirements and contact you to make an appointment.
Travel Risk Assessment Form (.PDF)
Travel Vaccination Charges (.RTF)