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Clinics & Services
We have a visiting dietitian who helps with the care of our diabetic and coronary care patients. Patients will need to be referred by the practice nurse or doctor.
Some medicals, certificates and insurance forms are not covered by the GP contract and so we charge a private fee for their completion. A comprehensive list of services offered and the fees charged
is available at reception.