Clinics & Services

Our highly qualified nurses deal with a range of conditions and health concerns. They examine patients, make a diagnosis and can plan care.  They work together with the doctors so that they can offer more expertise in many areas of disease management such as diabetes, coronary heart disease, COPD and asthma. For an appointment or further details, please call our main Stanmore House Surgery on (01562) 822647.

pregnant3 Maternity Clinic

Patients will be directed by the reception team to the nearest Childrens Centre in order to make a booking to see a midwife.

Well Baby and Immunisation Clinic on Wednesday 1.00pm-3.00pm

All new babies are invited for regular routine immunisations and necessary developmental checks. A 6-week check is done by the patient’s registered GP.

Minor surgery - By appointment only

Minor operations are performed  in our treatment room on Fridays. Please discuss with your doctor who will then arrange for you to be given an appointment.

Diabetic Clinic - By appointment only diabetic_taking_reading

All diabetics on our register are invited for annual checks. Regular six month reviews of diabetic control are encouraged, as good control of diabetes helps avoid long-term complications.

Respiratory Clinic - By appointment only

Patients are taught how to use their inhaler devices correctly and how to control their symptoms and monitor their progress.

Travel Clinic - By appointment only

We are a registered practice for all overseas injections including Yellow Fever.

Healthy Living/Well Person Clinic - By appointment only

This clinic is run by our practice nurses.

Family Planning/HRT - By prior appointment the_pill

HRT/Pill checks are carried out by the practice nurses or the GPs in normal surgeries.  All contraceptive services are free.  We will always offer you a same day appointment for emergency contraception.

Cardiovascular Clinic - By appointment only

This clinic is run by our practice nurses.

Phlebotomy - Blood Sampling

Patients referred from clinics for blood tests will be seen via appointment.


Counselling is to help you work through a wide range of personal and family difficulties. A referral is by the doctor or nurse Practitioner.

Worcestershire Association of Carers

Do you look after someone?

You could be looking after a family member, friend or neighbour of any age, who through physical or mental illness, disability, addiction or frailty cannot manage without your help. If so, you are a carer, and your surgery can offer you support from the GP Carer Support Adviser. Even if you don’t see yourself as a ‘carer’, if you are looking after someone who could not cope without your support, help is available.

Carers will be offered a convenient appointment with a GP Carer Support Adviser, at the surgery or at home. The service is designed to reach out to carers, telling them about the support available and looking at numerous issues including social isolation, housing, legal issues, accessing correct benefits and arranging respite care, for example. The service is free and confidential. The GP Carer Support Adviser will treat you in a friendly and understanding way, with no pressure – you can take things at your own pace.

Throughout the UK approximately six thousand new people per day are identified as carers. Carers are twice as likely to suffer ill health as those who do not have caring responsibilities. Caring for someone can be very rewarding, but people who provide care can find their own needs are neglected. The demands of caring can affect carers’ employment, finances and relationships, and have a detrimental effect on their physical, mental and emotional wellbeing.

If you would like to speak to a Carer Support Adviser, please ask your doctor or another member of surgery staff to make a referral, or call this number for more information: 01905 751 349.

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