Clinics & Services
Antenatal services are provided by the community midwife: she has a surgery on a Tuesday for follow up antenatal appointments and for new patients.
Nurse Karen Wilders holds asthma reviews on an individual appointment basis.
Child Health Surveillance
Every 1st, 2nd and 3rd Thursday of the month clinics are held by the nurses for child immunisations. We will send you an appointment when it is time for your child’s check.
We see children when they are six weeks old for their first assessment and at regular intervals up to three and a half years old.
We are keen to make sure that our young patients are given protection against serious infectious diseases. We believe a regular routine vaccination programme is extremely safe and effective.
Click here for Child Immunisation Schedule
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
Check-ups are done by Nurse Karen Wilders during normal surgery.
A clinical pharmacist is a highly qualified professional who works alongside the doctor. If you are due a medication review you will be booked in with our pharmacist. You can also see the pharmacist if you would like advice or to discuss a long term health condition, if you are experiencing side effects, after a stay in hospital and for help with common illnesses.
This clinic is held on a Tuesday and a Thursday afternoon.
Family Planning & Women’s Health
A confidential service is available with the doctor of your choice or the Nurse Practitioner who can offer information and/or advice on contraception and sexual health matters. The Practice Nurses also offer cervical screening for female patients. Alternatively you can contact the family planning clinic at the Primary Healthcare Centre, Church Street Tel: 01773 546800.
Hypertension or Blood Pressure Clinic is held on an individual appointment basis.
The practice believes in prevention of disease by promoting healthy living. Should you wish to discuss diet, exercise, reducing alcohol intake, stopping smoking or any similar issue please make an appointment with one of the doctors or nurses. Advice is also available from:
Derbyshire County Stop Smoking Service 0800 085 22 99
Addaction (drug and alcohol service) 01773 744544
Sessions are held on alternate Mondays alternated by Dr Parkin and Dr Southcott. Vasectomies are carried out on Friday afternoon by Dr Parkin and Nurse Sharon Page. Please ask at reception for details.
The number for the Derbyshire County Stop Smoking service is 0800 085 22 99.
The surgery offers a comprehensive service through the Practice Nurses. Please see the above tab for more details.