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Emergency Treatment Policy

We have decided to publish our policy, to help patients decide on the most appropriate pathway. Please see the link below to access our latest emergency treatment policy.

Emergency Treatment Policy

Midwife 1st Appointment Booking

The midwives are now requesting that patients complete a Patient Information Form prior to booking appointments. Once this form has been completed and returned to the midwife, they will contact you directly to arrange your first appointment. 

Midwife 1st Appointment-Patient Information

Chronic Disease Annual Monitoring

The surgery runs nurse-led annual monitoring clinics designed for patients who suffer from a wide range of chronic diseases such as asthma, diabetes, heart disease, etc.

Patients who will benefit from these clinics will be sent letter invites automatically.

Diabetic Eye Screening

Once every year the surgery hosts the Diabetic Eye Screening Clinics Service which is run by the Leicester Royal Infirmary. Appointments and invitations are controlled directly through the LRI Screening Service who can be contacted by calling 0116 258 3150.

Stop Smoking

Please see the self referral tab.

Family Planning

Contraceptive services and advice are available from all the doctors and nurses in normal surgery hours. We recommend that patients who are on the pill see the doctor/nurse every 6 months. Patients with an intrauterine device (coil) should see the nurse once a year for a check-up. Please call at reception to make an appointment.

Chlamydia Screening

Cervical Cytology

Cervical Cytology Screening (smear test) is carried out by the practice nurse at her daily clinic. All women under 50 are recommended to have a smear test carried out every 3 years unless they have had a hysterectomy or never been sexually active. Women who are aged 50–60 are recommended to have a smear test every 5 years and those over 60 require one normal smear. Frequency of testing does depend on individual patient history.

When booking your smear test please specify that your appointment is for a smear test, as a longer consultation time will be allocated.

HPV Vaccination


If you think you are pregnant, please make an appointment with your doctor. Antenatal clinics are held in conjunction with our midwife on a Thursday morning. All doctors are on the obstetrics list and hold clinics for antenatal care and postnatal examinations.

Children's Clinic

Advice Clinic is held on a Tuesday Morning and clients need to ring the Clinic Booking Line on 0116 2153257 to make an appointment for the clinic.

The Health Visitor contact number is 0116 2153205 ( this is an answerphone and messages are picked up during Health Visiting hours by any member of the North West Leicestershire Health Visiting Team)

Children’s Immunisations

See Vaccination Schedule on the right


Other Immunisations

  • Tetanus & Polio – to maintain protection a booster is required every 10 years, with tetanus up to a maximum of five.
  • Meningitis C - is available for children and young adults up to 25 years of age.
  • Influenza vaccine – we offer free flu vaccinations to all of our patients over 65 years or at higher risk from the effects of flu i.e. those suffering from chronic heart disease, chronic respiratory disease, diabetes, chronic renal failure or immunosuppression due to disease or treatment. Vaccination will normally take place in October.
  • Travel vaccinations – our practice nurses can give advice on travel vaccination requirements. Please note there are a few vaccinations which cannot be provided on the NHS and for which we must charge. Our nurses will advise you.  See the Travel Information tab for further information.

Minor Surgery

Some of our doctors are on the minor surgery list and carry out minor surgery which may save you having to attend hospital. Please discuss this with your doctor.

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