Our Services

The practice offers a wide range of services which you can read about below


Audiology is about identifying and assessing hearing and balance function and their associated disorders.

More information is available from the surgery.

Blood Tests

If you require a blood test, you can have this carried out at the surgery.

Simply book an appointment at reception; you will need to show a request form that you have been given by your GP or Nurse.

Blood tests are carried out by our HCAs and Phlebotomists 

Long Term Conditions

The Long Term Medical Conditions Clinic is an innovative approach to the way the practice cares for its patients with long term conditions.

It allows us to recall patients to have their conditions and medication reviewed in a more effcient way. The clinics are set up to reduce the need for patients to make mulitple visits to see the practice nurse or doctor. The LTC clinics are run by the Heath Care Assistants (HCA), Practice Nurses and Doctors all working together.

Mental Health, Counselling and Welfare Advice

The prevalence of Mental Health Issues and stress related conditions within the UK is high

The fact is that GPs and Nurses see a very large number of people with Mental Health Issues ranging from mild depression or anxiety all the way through to more serious conditions and are very experienced at putting patients at ease.

Your GP will be able to refer you to an appropriate specialist service if you require further treatment. 

Minor Injuries

The practice is able to treat basic minor injuries between 8.00am and 6.30pm.

At any other time you can call 111 when you need medical help fast but it’s not a 999 emergency.

we can treat minor injuries that patients cannot manage themselves.

These include;

  • Cuts, grazes and lacerations
  • Minor eye infections, foreign bodies and scratches
  • Infected wounds
  • Minor scalds and burns
  • Sprains and Strains

Seasonal Flu Vaccinations

'Flu immunisation (the "'Flu jab") gives excellent protection against seasonal 'flu and lasts for one year.

The vaccine is normally ready and given in October and November each year. It is made from the strain of influenza virus that is expected in the coming winter. 

You will be notified by SMS or Letter when flu clinics are available. 

Visit the NHS website for further information

Sexual Health

Both men and women need to look after their sexual health and take time to understand the issues that surround contraception and sexually transmitted infections (STIs).

The Surgery provides a range of Sexual Health Services which can be accessed in the first instance by booking an appointment with the Practice Nurse.

NHS Suffolk also provides Sexual health Services 01473 428001 which can be freely accessed by any patient.