Appointments for these are made through the receptionists.
Please note that our NEW schedule for these Walk-In clinics is as follows:
Monday – 0815 to 1130
Wednesday – 0815 to 1130
Friday – 0815 to 1130
Please ALWAYS ensure you let a member of the reception team know you are here and they will book you in – if you do not do this, the clinician will not know you are here and will not call you for your appointment.
These are for blood tests that have been requested by one of our clinicians – patients cannot decide for themselves that they wish to have blood tests. If you have any questions please make a telephone appointment to discuss this with your GP.
Our nursing team hold regular diabetes, asthma, hypertension and healthy heart clinics. Advice from the practice nurses may be obtained at any time by appointment.
The NHS Breast Screening Programme offers breast screening to all women over the age of 50. You should automatically be called for screening when you reach the age of 50 but if you have any concerns you should discuss these with your GP.
If you give up your time, without pay, to look after a family member, a friend, or a neighbour who is ill, frail, or has a disability, then you are a carer.
You may be a parent carer, a young carer, or care for an older person.
If you regularly look after someone in a caring capacity, the Somerset Carers Service can support you with advice and guidance. Caring for another person is very rewarding, but can also be overwhelming and lonely at times.
Somerset Carers Service links you to groups & events in your area, to find facts and information that will help the person you are caring for with their particular needs.
You will find specific support for your unique situation; and our Carers Agents are on hand to help and guide you. If you can’t find what you are looking for, contact us via our Live Chat, Advice Line or Text service.
Advice Line: 0800 316 8600 Text ‘Carer’ to 78070 or visit Somerset Carers website:
Please click on the lnk below to visit the Somerset County Council website for information about Young Carers
Cervical smears can be arranged with a doctor or nurse. In conjunction with the Health Authority we operate a computerised system to call women between the ages of 24 and 49 for a smear every three years and women between 50 and 64 every five years.
During the Covid-19 pandemic we are still undertaking Cervical Smear tests; if yours is now due please just call the surgery and book your appointment.
Assessment and advice is carried out by both doctors and health visitors. The key checks are as follows:
We offer an in-house counselling service under contract to Somerset Partnership NHS Trust. If you need the services of a counsellor please discuss this with your doctor.
We have again started offering ear syringing. In order to ensure the safest treatment for you please read the details below:
There is more information about Ear Syringing on the link below which takes you to the NHS website:
We offer a complete service during routine appointments with your doctor. This includes the removal of intra-uterine contraceptive devices at the practice or arranging for the fitting of them. If you are interested in Long Acting Reversible Contraception (or LARC) then please contact the surgery. In the first instance you will be offered a telephone appontment with Dr Sarah Trotter who will discuss the options with you.
Help with emergency contraception is available from your GP. You have 3 days in which to act to try and prevent a pregnancy. During Bank Holidays emergency contraception may be obtained through Accident & Emergency Departments. You may also be able to get emergency contraception at your local pharmacist. There is a list of pharmacies who offer this service on the Somerset Wide Integrated Sexual Health Service (SWISH) link below:
Health Connections Mendip is a health and wellbeing service available to patients. Patients can talk to a health connector at the surgery to find out about local activities, support and services available, and can also arrange one-to-one appointments to speak to a Connector. Further info is available on the website:
Various members of the primary health care team are involved in aspects of health promotion. Topics covered Include: stopping smoking advice
Doctors see patients for antenatal care during normal surgery appointment times. Regular antenatal clinics are held by the midwife. The midwife also arranges postnatal care of patients at home as required.
Our treatment room is fully equipped for minor procedures carried out under a local anaesthetic. Your own doctor will arrange minor surgery for you if required.
Please click on the link to go to the Patient Access website for more information and guidance on creating your own account.
Use Patient Access to book appointments, request medications and view your medical record.
111 is the NHS non-emergency number. It’s fast, easy and free. Call 111 and speak to a highly trained adviser, supported by healthcare professionals.
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