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Clinics

Baby Clinic

Health Visitor and Baby Immunisation with the Practice Nurse – Friday 10.00am-12.00pm. No Appointment needed – Walk-in Service.

March 2020 – Please be aware that the Health Visitor open clinics will not be here on Fridays for the foreseeable future.
If you need to make an appointment to see a Health Visitor please contact their hub number on:
0345 607 8866
Or visit : Suffolk Health visiting

Diagnostic Services – X-Ray and Ultrasound

We are delighted with our Siemens digital x-ray machine which has been in operation since July 2008. The X-Ray is managed by the Radiology unit at the West Suffolk Hospital. We also have a state of the art ultrasound machine, also managed by the West Suffolk Hospital. We are able to accept referrals from neighbouring practices for both of these services.

Counselling

Suffolk Wellbeing Service. Individual Counselling sessions are held every other Thursday Morning from 10:00am until 12:00pm. Please contact the Suffolk Wellbeing Service directly to book an appointment.

Dietician

Clinics are held on the 3rd Friday of the month, between 9:00am and 12:00pm.

Suffolk Family Carers

Suffolk Family Carers can be found in the waiting room twice a month on a Monday to talk to patients who are carers, to provide them with support for the work they do voluntarily for a family member.

Health Promotion Clinics

We offer a full health promotion service with special clinics for asthma, diabetes and smoking cessation.

Cervical Smears

These are normally taken every 3 or 5 years by a nurse.

Tetanus

The full course of the tetanus vaccination consists of five doses. The first three doses are given during early childhood. This is followed by two booster doses, first is given at around four years of age, the second one is given 10 years later. After the full course, you should have lifelong immunity against tetanus. However, if you or your child has a deep wound, it’s best to get medical advice.