Clinics We Offer

In addition to our routine surgeries we offer a number of clinics and services, which are provided by our Stennack Team:

During the COVID pandemic - some of these services are not as available as we are used to. Please call to discuss and we will be able to tell you more about that individual service. 

  • Minor Injury Service (08:00-20:00 Monday to Friday)
  • Blood tests, Blood Pressure, ECGs, 24 hour Blood Pressure & ECGs
  • Dressings
  • Ear Syringing (see below)
  • Review of Chronic Diseases including: Diabetes, Heart Disease, Hypertension, Asthma, Mental Health
  • Vaccinations including Childhood Immunisations, Travel Vaccinations and Seasonal Vaccinations including Flu Jabs
  • Cervical Screening (smears)
  • Contraceptive Advice & Services (Patients requiring emergency contraception will be seen on the day of request)
  • Young Persons Drop-In Clinic, Brook Sexual Health Services & C-Card Scheme
  • Midwife Services
  • Health Visitor Services (including baby weighing)
  • Child Development Examinations
  • Physiotherapy (RCHT/CPFT)
  • Counselling Services (Outlook South West)
  • Substance Misuse Service (Addaction)
  • Stop Smoking Advice
  • Minor Surgery
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Minor Injury Unit (MIU)

The MIU is open from 8:00 - 20:00 Monday - Friday 

We also open the MIU on some Saturdays during the school Summer Holidays and on Bank Holidays (please ring in advance to check our opening hours) 

Anybody can present with minor injuries. You don't have to be a registered patient at the surgery. During the COVID pandemic we ask where possible you call ahead on 01736 793333. This will help us manage flow of patients and maintain social distance.

(Non-injury related problems will require a pre-booked appointment and you should contact the surgery in advance).

The service allows anyone with a variety of injury conditions to gain immediate advice and treatment from our skilled team of Primary Care Practitioners (Nurse Practitioners & Paramedics), supported by a Duty Doctor.

What is a Minor Injury?

The list of potential conditions is wide but includes:

  • Cuts, lacerations and abrasions
  • Infections following an injury
  • Removal of foreign bodies
  • Bites (both animal and human)
  • Sporting injury
  • Lower back pain due to strain/injury

Always ring 999 in an emergency

NHS Health Checks

NHS Health Checks are designed for adults in England aged between 40 to 74 who do not have any of the following pre-existing conditions…
• heart disease
• chronic kidney disease
• diabetes
• high blood pressure (hypertension)
• atrial fibrillation
• transient ischaemic attack
• inherited high cholesterol (familial hypercholesterolemia)
• heart failure
• peripheral arterial disease
• stroke
• currently being prescribed statins to lower cholesterol
• previous checks have found that you have a 20% or higher risk of getting cardiovascular disease over the next 10 years
If you have one of the above conditions, you will already be receiving regular check-ups and monitoring.
NHS Health Checks help identify and reduce the risks of developing long-term conditions by taking positive steps towards eating well and living a healthier lifestyle.  For more information, please visit the NHS website
If you haven't received communication from us and wish to confirm your eligibility and consequently book an appointment please contact the Reception Team via telephone 01736 793333 or email

NHS Health Check