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Clinics & Services

Family Planning

Services are available. Please make an appointment to speak to the GP.

Antenatal Care

See Midwives – Antenatal section below for further details.


By appointment with one of our nurses

Blood Clinic

Every morning Monday to Friday, by booked appointment, with one of our Phlebotomists. The first 2 appointments of the clinic are reserved for fasting blood tests.   Please contact a receptionist to arrange an appointment.

Coronary Heart

Disease (CHD)

By appointment with one of our nurses

Cervical Smears

Smear tests are available by appointment with the Practice Nurses. We strongly recommend that women have a routine smear test:

·         every 3 years between the ages of 24½ -49;

·         every 5 years between the ages of 50-64

          over 65 – only women who have recently had abnormal tests

More frequent smear testing is available privately at the BUPA Hospital.


By appointment with one of our nurses


This treatment is available on request from Dr Wilson.

Influenza Clinics


These are held in October/November every year for all 65 year olds and over and anybody with increased health risk of complications from influenza.

Minor Surgery


We conduct minor surgery sessions (treatment/ removal of medically necessary lesions e.g. recurrently infected cysts/ in-growing toenails). These are performed by Dr Peel; appointments can be arranged through the doctor. We do not offer a service for skin lesions needing removal for cosmetic reasons these are referred to GP Care who offer a private service.

Stop Smoking Clinic

Stop Smoking Advice is available from the GP. We also provide one to one appointments with a stop smoking advisor. There are local Stop Smoking Groups available within the community. Please ask for details.


Our travel service is currently suspended but we do offer certain vaccines, some which are charged for, but most of which are free - please see table below.

NOMAD are able to offer free travel advice.  Please visit their website

* If you are undergoing a course of vaccines, these must be paid for prior to commencement of treatment.                 


Hepatitis A










Hepatitis B Course*

3 x £30.00

Hepatitis B Booster


GP Letter


Private Prescription




4YP - For C Card (Pick Up Only). 4YP appointments

Non-NHS Services


Certain services such as private sick notes, insurance claim forms and some medical examinations are not covered by the NHS and charges are made in line with The British Medical Association recommendations. Please see leaflet for details of Private Charges.


MIDWIVES – ANTENATAL CLINICS - If you are pregnant you will need to register with the Midwifery Team who will provide your antenatal care during the pregnancy.  The Midwives covering our practice are based at Bedminster Family Practice and BS1 Surgery (part of Bridge View Medical).  Please contact the antenatal booking team on 0117 342 0850.


HEALTH VISITORS - All children aged 0 - 5 years will have a named Health Visitor. If you are new to the practice you will need to register with the Health Visiting Team. The Health Visitors covering our practice area, are based at several locations, please contact the team at Compass Point who will be able to provide further assistance. Telephone 0117 378 1112, Address: Compass Point, South Street, Bristol, BS3 3AU.


BABY / CHILDHOOD IMMUNISATION CLINICS (CHILD HEALTH SURVEILLANCE) - These are held by appointment only. From Summer 2015 the schedule of immunisations was updated and is shown below:




2 months (8 weeks)

Diphtheria + Tetanus + Pertussis + Polio + Hib/HepB (1st dose)


Pneumococcal (1st dose)



By Mouth

Meningococcal B (1st Dose) from Summer 2015


3 months (12 weeks)

Diphtheria + Tetanus + Pertussis + Polio + Hib/HepB  (2nd dose)




Rotavirus (from July 2013)

By mouth

4 months

Diphtheria + Tetanus + Pertussis + Polio + Hib/HepB  (3rd dose)


Pneumococcal (2nd dose)


Meningococcal B (2nd dose)


Between 12 & 13 mths old – within a month of first birthday

Hib + Meningitis C (Booster)


MMR (1st Dose)


Pneumococcal (3rd dose)


Meningocccal B (Booster)


2yrs and 3 yrs or 17 yrs

Influenza (each year from September)

Both Nostrils

3 years 4 months old or soon after

Diphtheria + Tetanus + Pertussis + Polio (Booster)


MMR (Booster)


Girls aged 12 – 13 yrs old

HPV (2 doses 6 – 24 months apart)


Around 14 yrs old

(school year 9)

Diphtheria + Tetanus + Polio (Booster)


Meningoccocal A, C, W, Y


NB: Pertussis = whooping cough,   MMR = Measles Mumps and Rubella, Rubella = German measles,   Hib = Haemophilus influenzae Type B, HPV = Human papillomavirus


DISTRICT NURSES The District Nurses can be contacted on (Tel: 0117 377 3356). They will visit housebound patients only to assess them for a variety of medical conditions and, where necessary, to carry out services such as blood tests and leg dressings, etc.



Telephone No


Unity Sexual Health

Tower Hill, Bristol, BS2 0JD


0117 342 6900

Unity Sexual Health provide a confidential service which anyone can self-refer to (or your GP may wish to refer you here if needed), for advice, tests and treatment if needed.

Brook Bristol

3rd Floor, The station, Silver Street, Bristol BS1 2AG

0117 929 0090

Brook provides free and confidential sexual health services and advice for young people under 19.

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