Available at Innovations Centre, Cousin Lane. Tel: 01422 251090.
Their role is a community one. Contact them for information on 01422 367891.
Their role is seeing housebound and elderly patients in the community. Tel: 01422 355626.
Our NPs are qualified to diagnose illness and prescribe medication.
They see patients at the surgery for diabetes, asthma, COPD and
child health development, dressings and holiday and flu injections.
Health Care Assistant
For smoking cessation advice, blood pressure checks, weight checks, blood tests and spirometry tests.
Asthma Clinics / COPD Clinic / CHD Clinic
By appointment only, these clinics are run by Practice Nurses.
Annual reviews (with GP, Practice Nurse, Podiatrist and Dietitian) are held every 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month 9.00 - 11.40am.
Six-month reviews (with GP and Practice Nurse only) are held every Friday 9.45 - 11.00am.
Invitations to attend are sent out by the administrator.
Phlebotomy (Blood Taking)
Tuesday 9.30 - 10.30am (by appointment only).
9.30 - 11:30am (warfarin patients only).
Contraceptive care is provided by all the doctors during surgery hours. Dr King also specialises in IUCDs (coils). Contraceptive sub-dermal implant insertions and removals are available from Dr King and Nurse Practitioner Judith Fennelly. Please ask for an appointment to access any of these services.
Contraception implant fitting is now available, this is a new service which
protects women for three years without needing to take a daily pill.
Clinics for this run throughout the year. Reception can advise you of the next available date.
The Medical Centre can perform minor surgery onsite. The following surgery is indicative of what is available;-
Examination, biopsy and removal of suspicious moles, removal of unsightly skin lumps, cysts and skin tags, injection of painful joints, toe nail surgery.
To receive any such surgery patients must first visit the surgery for an assessment, this may be achieved by making an appointment with either Dr Mayland or Dr Rastall.
In some cases if you are referred to see a specialist it is possible to choose which hospital you will be required to attend. If patients do have a preference they should make this known to their clinician at the time of referral.
Patients who request a consultation that have not been seen within the previous three years will be subject to extra examinations and inquiries.
Patients aged 75 and over who request a consultation and have not been seen in the last 12 months will also be subject to extra examinations and inquiries.