Flu Clinics

Flu clinics are available to be booked. You are only eligible to receive a flu vaccination if you are aged 65 or over, are a carer, pregnant or suffer from one of the following illnesses:

  • Diabetes
  • Asthma requiring inhaled or systemic steroids
  • COPD
  • Chronic Heart Disease
  • Chronic Kidney Disease
  • Chronic Liver Disease
  • Chronic Neurological Disease
  • Immunosuppression (or if you live with an immunosuppressed patient)
  • Stroke/TIA
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Diseases of Central Nervous System

Invitations to attend for your flu vaccination are being sent out to eligible patients and we urge you all to have a vaccination if you have been identified as being at risk.

If you have received your SMS invitation or letter please book your appointment here using SystmOne.

Anticoagulation Clinics

For our patients who are on Warfarin and other anticoagulants, we book anti-coagulation appointments  on a Tuesday afternoon and a Friday morning.
Your next appointment will usually be made by the nurse whilst you are here but if you have any queries or need to change it please contact reception.

Phlebotomy ( Blood samples)

Patients who require blood tests to be taken can book in to this clinic, which is runs every morning Monday to Friday. Remember to ask the receptionists for an early appointment if you need to fast overnight for your test. If the Doctor asks you to have blood taken following a consultation, and a phlebotomy clinic is in progress, you may be able to sit and wait to have your blood taken if you wish rather than making an appointment and coming back another day.

Smoking Cessation Clinics

For the best possible health, we advise all of our patients to be non-smokers. We can refer our patients into the OneYou Lincolnshire stop smoking service for advice and support to smokers. Patients are also able to self refer into the service by calling OneYou Lincolnshire directly on 01522 705 162 or via their website  One You Lincolnshire

Maternity Care

This is usually carried out by the district midwife and your chosen doctor in co-operation. The midwife can be contacted via our receptionists.

Minor Surgery

Make a routine appointment for a consultation with your chosen doctor to discuss the problem.


We offer a full contraceptive service to our patients, including the pill, injections, caps, implants, and coils. The various options can be discussed at a routine appointment with a doctor or practice nurse.

For more information regarding your contraception options before you have a consultation or if you are considering changing your method. Please click on the following link for more information. My Contraception Tool


Date published: 8th October, 2014
Date last updated: 21st October, 2023