Clinics & Services

Flu drop-in clinic - during the flu season September to March

We offer a flu vaccination to those at risk of contracting the virus. Those at risk include over 65's, pregnant women and those suffering from severe asthma, lowered immunity, diabetes or a chest, heart, liver or kidney complaint. For more details please see website and posters during the season

Anti-coagulation monitoring

We offer blood testing for those patients taking warfarin. Please make an appointment with the phlebotomist.

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6 week check with the GPs.

8 week check & immunisations with the Gp & practice nurse.

Cardiovascular disease screening for all those between 40 and 74 and ethnic minorities over 25

By appointment with the practice nurse team. All patients are being contacted and invited to attend.

Childhood immunisations

We offer a full NHS childhood immunisation programme. Please make an appointment with one of the practice nurses.

Child health surveillance

The practice provides full childhood surveillance through the health visitors, practice nurses and GPs.

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By appointment with practice nurses.

Contraceptive services

Family Planning Clinic is on a Wednesday & it's drop in starting at 16:30 – 18:00 for smears, pill checks and contraceptive advice.       If you need emergency contraception, please make an urgent appointment with the doctor. Alternatively the pharmacist offers emergency contraception.

Diabetes services

There are a range of diabetic services available; please talk to the practice nurse or your GP about the most suitable services for you.

Family planning, cervical smear and asymptomatic sexual health screening clinics

Friendly accessible drop-in clinic run by the practice nurses on a Wednesday at 16:30 – 18:00, no appointment required. Appointments can also be made at any other time to discuss family planning and sexual health issues with the practice nurse. Free condoms are available to 13-26 under the C card scheme to those who have registered for a C-CARD. Registration is by appointment with the practice nurse.

Influenza immunisations for over 65’s and risk groups

The flu vaccination season usually starts in September so please make your appointment early!

Lifestyle advice and health promotion

By appointment with a practice nurse; includes the counterweight weight management programme and access to slimming world vouchers. Health trainers are available by appointment at FMC or an alternative venue by arrangement with the service – self referral or referral by health professionals. They work with individuals or groups to reduce smoking, improve diet and increase physical activity. Target group 40+.

Maternity services

Our midwife will  co-ordinate your antenatal care, arranging hospital scans, antenatal classes, and other services to support you, during your pregnancy, and with your new baby.

Minor surgery

The practice is able to provide a variety of minor surgical procedures including cryotherapy (e.g. for warts), joint injections, and other small procedures.  Please discuss with your GP.

Rheumatology monitoring

In conjunction with the Rheumatology team at the hospital, we provide blood testing for those patients on certain Rheumatological drugs. Please discuss with your GP.

Substance misuse services

Dr Ken Brown and Anthony from Recovery in Nottingham provide a service at the surgery. You will be assessed and offered drug treatment, if appropriate. Speak to one of the GPs first, if you think you need help.

  • Substance misuse clinic - Referral by any healthcare professional or self-referral Fridays.
  • Tuesday  - Harm minimization and BBV screening.
  • Last Orders – Advice about alcohol. Offers practical and confidential advice to people who want to reduce the amount of alcohol they drink.
  •  Tel 0800 055 6184.

Young persons services

As well as the above family planning clinic, we offer free chlamydia screening for patients under the age of 25. You do not have to have symptoms to be screened. Please make an appointment with the doctor or nurse if you are interested and have a look at the following link -

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