We will start offering flu vaccines for people over 65 and children 2–3 years old from late september we will contact you.
If you're pregnant, or under 65 with specific medical conditions, we expect to be able to offer you vaccinations in early October.
COPD, asthma & diabetes
Our specialist nurses run clinics for COPD and asthma review and management, as well as diabetes.
Maternity care & child health
Our community midwife is available for antenatal appointments in the the surgery every Friday.
We also offer a 6 week postnatal check for mothers.
We do a 6 to 8 week baby health check, as well as child immunisations.
Our nurses provide childhood immunisations, adult vaccinations, complex dressings, cervical smears, contraceptive pill reviews and NHS health checks.
Sick notes & fitness to work certificates
Get a doctor's note to give to your employer if you need to stay off work.
If you're sexually active and under 25, we recommend you get tested every year or when you change sexual partners. Here's more about the test.
Call us on 01223 860 387 to talk to the practice nurse for confidential and friendly advice.
We carry out blood tests and other investigations at the surgery.
Travel health & vaccinations
To find out what vaccinations you need, contact the travel clinic in Cambridge on 0845 548 0543.
The only vaccinations we can provide are those available on the NHS:
- Hepatitis A
If you need any that aren't in this list, a travel clinic can arrange those for you.
Try to make an appointment at least 3 weeks before you travel so we can order the vaccinations you need in time.
We can help you quit smoking. If you need help, call our reception team on 01223 860 387 and they'll make an appointment for you.
As part of our team, we have a Social Prescriber / Link Worker.
Many things in life can affect your health and wellbeing. Many people visit our team feeling isolated, lonely or worried about work, housing, money, being a carer or other matters that affect us day to day.
These are things that cannot be fixed by doctors or medicine alone.
Social Prescribing offers the kind of help that doesn’t come in a tube or bottle. The support is there to help connect you to local community services and support networks to help you have more control over your health and wellbeing.
It is focussed on what is important to YOU.
Taking the first step
Social Prescribing can help in many ways, and it usually starts with a conversation. Your Doctor or Nurse may make an introduction for you, or you may contact our Social Prescriber direct.
Our Social Prescriber will then get in touch, and will listen to you, and understand what is important to you. They will work with you to help you:
- Develop goals to improve your health and wellbeing
- Find and use services and groups with the local community
- Connect with other support in your community or national organisations
There are many groups and activities that can help you achieve your goals and your health and wellbeing.
Our Social Prescriber can signpost you to support in the community, and nationally, in areas such as:
- Housing, benefits assistance and finance
- Art and creative activities
- Exercise – this comes in many types from dance, walking, running, gyms, chair-based exercises and many more!
- Training, re-training, employment and volunteering
- Other activities – gardening, singing, social groups, health specific support groups, reading and many more!
- Counselling and therapy groups
The support offered is tailored depending on your goals. You may only need to speak with our Social Prescriber once to help you achieve your goals. In other circumstances, you may need more support. Usually, this will be around 6 or 7 contacts.
Appointments with our Social Prescriber vary in time from 15 mins to 1.5 hours, depending on the support you need.
For more information about Social Prescribing, please click HERE.
Please speak to your GP or a member of the team about how to access Social Prescribing.