Practice Nurses

Our Practice nursing team includes a Senior Practice Nurse, a Practice Nurses and a Health Care Assistant. They are fully qualified with additional training in family planning, including pill, coil and cap checks.

Appointments may be made direct, to include the following:

pregnant11Routine cervical smears

New patient checks

Family planning advice

Immunisations (inc foreign travel)

Ear Irrigation Recommendations before an ear irrigation appointment leaflet


Blood pressure check

Removal of stitches / Clips

Age 75+ check

General advice

Anti Coagulation Therapy

Chronic Disease Management and Long Term Conditions


District Nurses

District nurses are available to deliver nursing care at home to patients who are housebound or during an acute illness. They are also able to undertake assessment visits that may lead to referral to other services for assistance or technical aids. If you wish to speak to a district nurse or organise a home visit please call 01332 258200. 

Health Visitors

The health visiting team monitor the growth and development of children up to the age of five years. They also provide advice and information with the aim of promoting health and well-being for all age groups this includes immunisations, feeding, good sleeping habits, illnesses and crying. They are a useful source of knowledge of local groups and organisations.

The health visiting team are now based at Repton Health Centre, should you to contact them, please call 01246 515100 or visit their new website at


Our midwife is available for antenatal and postnatal appointments and to offer any help and advice where necessary.


 Other Clinics


  • Citizens' Advice
  • Counsellor
  • Smoking Cessation Advisor
  • Wellbeing Clinics

Health Checks

All patients aged 16-75 years are entitled to a health check every 3 years; for patients over 75 years it is every 12 months. Please contact us if you would like to make an appointment.

All clinics are by appointment or referral only.

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