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Anti -Coagulation Testing Service

The Practice offers a "one stop shop" for patients requring anti-coagulant monitoring. At your appointment your blood will be tested by the thumb prick method, your blood tested and dosed.  The clinics are run by our HCA and Practice Nurses and there is a supervising doctor on call at all times to dose levels that are out of range and give advice.

If you are a Patient at the practice who is having your blood tested ELSEWHERE and would like to come here instead, please ask about this local service either at reception or through the comments box on this website

Please note that Patients who are NOT registered at the Practice can also use this service.  Your GP is aware that this service is available as this is an NHS wide led initiative and will be happy to refer you to us.  Please ask reception for details or use the comment box on this website

Asthma and COPD Clinic

The Practice nurses run these clinics , providing up to date medical advice, medication review and spirometery for patients with this condition.  All patient on the register for asthma or COPD will be invited for an annual check up

Child Health Clinic

Wednesdays - 11.00am to 1.00pm.
The practice provides a full child health service for all its children up to the age of five years. Immunisation and developmental checks are carried out in conjunction with the health visitors attached to the practice. They are in attendance to give help, advice and support on a weekly basis. This is a very popular clinic where you may discuss any problems with the health visitor, practice nurse or doctor, or simply get to know other mothers with young children in your area. Please arrive before 12.30pm if you are attending for immunisations.


All the partners and the practice nurses provide advice on all methods of contraception, including fitting caps/coils, contraception implants and injections. This, like all services provided by the practice, is completely confidential.

chdCoronary Heart Disease Prevention Clinic

The practice holds a healthy heart clinic each week.  All patients who are on our CHD Register will be invited for an annnual check up.  This will involve a fasting blood test followed up by a Clinic appointment with the Practice Nurse who will provide you  with the results of your test and up to date advice and medication review

Diabetic Clinic

The Practice GP's and Nurses offer a comprehensive service to diabetic patients,  All patients on our Diabetic Register will be invited for an annual check up and an annual foot screening and retinopathy appointment. Further information is available on request.

On behalf of  the Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust the DESMOND Team deliver the DESMOND Type 2 Diabetes Structured Education course in our area.  They currently receive many referrals from our surgery and we already encourage patients to attend this free service.

Our patients can contact DESMOND directly and self-refer. 

Enquire further about DESMOND by speaking to the DESMOND Team or click on the link below for more information;

It is an NHS DESMOND: Getting to Grips with Type 2 Diabetes, available in 5 languages.

Meet DESMOND patient leafletDESMOND poster More about DESMOND

Hypertension Clinic

If you have a history of raised Blood Pressure this is called Hypertension.  We will invite all our patients on our register for an annual check up, unless you have been seen in one of our other clinics.  This check up will involve a fasting blood test followed up by a Practice Nurse led clinic appointment to discuss your results

Maternity Services

The doctors provide full antenatal and postnatal care and antenatal appointments may be made up to one month in advance, via the receptionist. The community midwife holds her own clinic on Monday mornings and appointments are made to see her via the receptionist on 01772 214500

Just found out you're pregnant?

Self-referral service

As soon as you find out you are pregnant you have the option to book your maternity care directly with Lancashire teaching Hospitals or Ormskirk Hospital instead of seeing your GP.

For Lancashire Teaching Hospitals

Please complete the self-referral form below, we encourage you to do this as soon as possible so you can see your midwife and have your early screening tests.

Please answer the questions as fully as possible as this will enable us to ensure you receive the most appropriate care.

When you submit the form our booking team will arrange your first booking appointment and also notify your GP of your pregnancy.

If you do not receive an appointment within 2 weeks then please call us on 01772 524726

For Ormskirk Hospital

Please ring 01695 656924

Folic acid

It is recommended that you start taking Folic acid (0.4mg) supplements as early in pregnancy as possible. These tablets are widely available in pharmacies and supermarkets. Folic acid is important for the development of your baby’s nervous system

Minor Operations

Some of the partners will perform their minor operations from the fully equipped treatment room. Examples of procedures include removal of cysts, moles, skin lumps, toenails and cautery to warts, verrucae etc. The doctor will need to discuss the relevant procedure with you before carrying out the minor operation.

FREE NHS Health Check

This Clinic is for any patient aged between 40-75 who does not have any long term medical condition.  The appointment involves a non fasting blood test and general advice on healthy living.  Dependant on your test results you will be offered a second appointment to discuss them.  If you wish to make an appointment please contact reception asking for a free NHS Health Check

Private Fees

Most services supplied at the health centre are covered by the NHS but some are classed as “private services”. These include the completion of private medical reports (BUPA, PPP etc), passport applications, holiday cancellations and some medical examinations.  This list is not exhaustive and further details are available from reception.

Travel Clinic

The surgery is no longer a designated Yellow Fever centre. Some travel vaccinations are available under the NHS but the majority are not. A charge is made for some courses and further details are available upon request, in order to discuss your travel vaccine requirements please make an initial telephone assessment with our travel nurse, allowing plenty of time prior to travel.  You may be asked to attend a private vaccination clinic.


Throughout certain times of the year we provide clinics for the following:

Shingles, Flu, Pneumonia, MMR Catch up, MEN ACWY for students and freshers, Baby immunisations. If you are due one of these vaccinations please make an appointment. 

Information regarding eligibility is available on NHS website

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