Clinics and Services

Respiratory Clinic

Our respiratory clinics are led by our specialist nurses, Helen (asthma) and Jo (COPD).

If you have a respiratory condition, you should attend your annual invitation each year. We will assess how well your medication is working, or if we need to change it. We will also provide you with information and answer any questions you have about your treatment.

If you have been advised by the surgery to submit an annual review of your asthma symptoms, please use our online Asthma Review form. If your symptoms are deteriorating or you are having any concerns, please request an appointment with our nurse.

If you have been advised by the surgery to submit a COPD assessment, please use our online COPD form.

Please contact us at any time to discuss your condition, medication or lifestyle.

NHS Wellbeing Service

Feeling down? Stressed out? Overwhelmed? Anxious?

For most of us there are times in our lives when we feel stressed, anxious, depressed, overwhelmed or find it difficult to cope.

Many of life’s demands can affect the level of stress in our life. A little pressure can be good and helps to keep us motivated, however too much all at once can make us stressed. Our stress levels can be affected by many different things: our physical health, our job (or difficulties finding employment), our relationships and friendships, where we live, money problems and much more.

Call the self referral line on 0300 123 1503 (09:00-17:00, Monday to Friday)

The Wellbeing Service can support you in taking the first steps to make changes in your life in order to manage your levels of stress as well as symptoms of anxiety and depression. If you are ready to make a change, this service offers a range of options to support you in your journey.

Sexual Health Clinic

Our practitioners provide assessment, advice and a choice of contraception including implants as well as helping you access the right treatment if you are worried about an infection.

This is a discreet and confidential service open to all ages, gender and sexual orientation.

Emergency contraception and condoms (for patients aged 24 and under if signed up to the C Card scheme) are available across the practice – free of charge. Just telephone or walk in to any one of our Health Centres.

Telephone: 01603 250660

Alternatively, you can contact the iCASH service on 0300 300 3030 (option 3 for Norfolk and option 1 for Norwich).

Minor Injuries

For cuts, bruises, lumps and bumps.

Contact the surgery on 01603 250 660, 111 or the Rouen Road Walk In Centre on 0300 0300 333.

Only contact the accident & emergency services if you need urgent hospital treatment that cannot be provided by the surgery, NHS 111 or the Rouen Road Walk In Centre.