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Clinics are held daily by the General Practitioners and Nurse Practitioner and are booked by appointment.

The Practice appointments system offers a balance of “same day” appointments and routine appointments which can be booked up to four weeks in advance. These can be made either by telephone or in person at the reception desk.

To book an appointment at Woodrow Surgery:
Tel: 01527 917 070

To book an appointmentat our Branch Surgery at Millstream:
Tel: 01527 591 871.

Our practice nurse and HCA also hold regular clinics for:

  • Phlebotomy
  • Minor Injury
  • Dressings
  • Health Check

The following clinics are run by the Nurse Practitioner/Practice Nurse:

CLINIC FURTHER INFORMATION

Asthma Review We regularly review our asthma patients to prevent serious asthma attacks. Patients receiving medication are encouraged to attend the clinic by appointment, twice a year or when required by the GP or Practice Nurse.

Diabetic Review We aim to review our diabetic patients at least once a year. Patients are also asked to see the GP once a year to ensure that medication is keeping their condition under control. Once a month on Fridays we run a special Diabetic Clinic along with the specialist Diabetic Nurse. It includes the integral elements from the X-PERT Diabetes program

COPD Review We regularly review our COPD patients

Anticoagulant/Warfarin These clinics are run for patients on warfarin

Family Planning To administer depo-provera injections

Cerval Cytology Smears Run by the Nurse Practitioner. Samples are taken and sent to the laboratory for analysis

Travel Clinic Travel Clinic – Our nurse practitioner offers a full advisory service for those travelling abroad.  Please allow up to six weeks before travel to see the Nurse.

Fit for Travel
The Medical Advisory Services for Travellers Abroad Limited


Flu Vaccination Flu clinics run by the nurses.  We strongly advise you to have a flu vaccination every year if you:

  • Are over 65 years old
  • Need regular asthma inhalers
  • Have chronic chest problems
  • Suffer from angina or heart problems
  • Are a diabetic
  • Have any other serious health problems

Childhood Immunisations Administered to children

Hypertension To monitor hypertension in patients

Young People Friendly programme The Surgery also makes special effort towards ‘Young People Friendly’ which includes Accessibility & Young People’s involvement on health issues and sexual and reproductive health services.