Clinics and Services
At the surgery we run a number of clinics. Everyday we will have GP clinics as well as nurse clinics.
If you would like to request an appointment for any of our clinics and services, please visit our Consulting Room.
Please visit our Health Review and Assessment Clinic if you have been advised by the surgery to complete a health review or assessment.
At the surgery each of our nurses specialise in different chronic diseases.
We run phlebotomy (blood) clinics at the surgery every day.
They are not drop in clinics and you will need to book an appointment.
NHS health checks
The NHS health check is a health check up for adults in England aged 40-74. It’s designed to spot early signs of stroke, kidney disease, heart disease, type 2 diabetes or dementia. As we get older, we have a higher risk of developing one of these conditions. An NHS health check helps find ways to lower this risk.
Child immunisations and vaccination
Providing travel immunisations is not part of standard NHS services. However, practices do provide routine immunisations, which coincidentally may also be required when travelling abroad, these are:
- Hepatitis A
We can undertake the above vaccines in preparation for your travel plans on the proviso that you have previously had a travel consultation. We are not able to give these without you having a detailed consultation as they may not all be necessary or may leave you without suitable cover.
If you are travelling abroad, you should contact a travel clinic to book a consultation at least 6 weeks before departure. Consultations are not done at the surgery. They are privately run and therefore are chargeable. A consultation with a travel clinic will give you information on what vaccines you need for the area you are travelling to.
There are a number of locations around the city who run specialist travel clinics for example:
All of the above can carry out vaccinations for yellow fever.
We are now able to register those aged between 13 and 24 for a C-Card (free condoms) and issue chlamydia screening kits for home use. We can also issue the contraceptive pill and emergency contraception. However, if you need sexual health screening or would like information regarding IUDs or other contraception methods, you would need to visit the sexual health clinic (iCaSH).
If you have been advised by the surgery to do so, please submit a Contraceptive Pill Review form.
The NHS no longer offer free pregnancy tests at the surgery. These will need to be purchased.
1A Oak Street
Telephone: 0300 300 3030
- Midwife – we have a midwife at the surgery every Thursday morning. If you need to get in touch with a midwife outside of these hours, you can call the midwife clinic on 01603 218136.
- Smokefree Norfolk – every Wednesday we have an advisor from Smokefree Norfolk on site to see patients who have been referred or self referred for help to give up smoking. Our advisor will give patients advice and support along with being able to prescribe aids to help. If you would like help in quitting smoking please speak to a receptionist who would be happy to refer you. You can also call 0800 0854 113, text ‘bfree’ and your name to 65000 or visit the Smokefree website at www.nhs.uk/smokefree.
- Norfolk Recovery Partnership – our NRP worker is at the surgery every Tuesday. Norfolk Recovery Partnership provides advice and treatment for adults with drug and alcohol problems.
- Diabetic nurse specialist – Debbie Holland is our diabetic nurse specialist. She visits the practice monthly and will oversee the care of patients with type 1 diabetes or who have unstable diabetic control. All other diabetic care is offered by our practice nurse.
As a practice we work closely alongside a number of charities and organisations. Currently we liaise with Norfolk Carers, Arthritis Care, Age UK and PAT Dogs.