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The practice offers a full medical and nursing service at times which we hope are convenient to you. If you have any questions or suggestions please tell us or leave a note in the suggestion box which is in the reception area. As well as general medical and nursing clinics we offer the following special services.


It is important that infants, children and adults are fully immunised.

The recommended schedule of vaccinations are:

12 - 14 Months

Haemophyllis Influenza B (HIB); Meningitis C;


Measles; Mumps; German Measles (Rubella).

2 Months

Diphtheria; Tetanus; Whooping Cough (Pertussis); HIB; Polio;


Rotavirus (an oral vaccine to protect against diarrhoea).

3 Months

Diphtheria; Tetanus; Whooping Cough (Pertussis); HIB; Polio;

Meningitis C;

Rotavirus (an oral vaccine to protect against diarrhoea).

4 Months

Diphtheria; Tetanus; Whooping Cough (Pertussis); HIB; Polio;


3 - 4 Years old

Diphtheria; Tetanus; Whooping Cough (Pertussis); Polio;

Measles; Mumps; German Measles (Rubella).


Three doses of HPV vaccine given to girls by the school health service protect against cervical cancer.

Meningitis C

Age 2 to 17 The nasal flu vaccine is being rolled out to all children aged 2 to 19 years old. As the programme develops more children are being protected each year. Children aged two until school entry age are vaccinated in the practice. School age children are vaccinated at school. This is a seasonal vaccine and needs to be administered each year.
Adult Flu Vaccine All adults over the age of 65 are entitled to a flu vaccine in the surgery. In addition to this, adults in at-risk groups including those with chronic lung or heart conditions, chronic liver or kidney disease, diabetics, and pregnant women are also entitled and highly recommended to get the flu vaccine each year. This vaccine saves lives and prevents a lot of illness each year. We are proud that the practice achieves high uptake rates in all risk groups each year and we are keen to maintain this level of protection.
70 - 79 Years A Shingles vaccine is now being rolled out to adults aged between 70 and 79 years old. This is a one-off vaccine that gives protection against a debilitating and painful condition. Unfortunately stocks are a bit limited as the programme is being rolled out, so we would encourage everyone to take up the vaccine as soon as it is offered.

Our practice hosts the following services and clinics:

Well Person Appointments

  • Additional InformationFor a general check including blood pressure, cholesterol (if requested or needed) and health and lifestyle advice. These checks are run by the practice nurse. They can also be used for help in stopping smoking.

Family Planning Clinic

  • Held bySister Kennedy or Dr Kennedy
  • Opening TimesAny time during surgery appointment times
  • Additional InformationA full family planning service is offered by the doctor or nurse.
  • Requires GP Referral?No

Child Immunisations

  • NameChildhood Vacinations
  • Held bySister Maura Kennedy
  • Additional InformationThese are particularly important for children. They can be arranged at the surgery at times to suit you. The practice prides itself on our high uptake rates for childhood vaccinations. Similarly we strongly encourage uptake of influenza, pneumococcal and shingles vaccinations.
  • Requires GP Referral?No

Baby Clinic

  • Held byDr Kennedy & Health Visitor Staff
  • Opening TimesFriday 3 to 4pm
  • Additional InformationDoctor Kennedy runs a regular baby clinic at the surgery to check on the health and development of pre-school children, especially in their most important first year.
  • Requires GP Referral?Yes

Cervical Smears

  • Additional InformationThese are recommended for all women under the age of sixty. They are performed by Sister Kennedy.


  • Additional InformationRegular ante natal visits are important during your pregnancy to make sure that all goes well. These can be arranged at times to suit you After the baby is born the doctor will call to see mother and baby at home in case there are early problems.
    Please let the practice know when you come home from the hospital.

Weight Reduction

  • Additional InformationWe are what we eat! A healthy diet makes you healthy as well as slimmer. The practice nurse can help with advice and regular reviews.


  • Additional InformationThere is a notice board in the surgery waiting room giving information on services for carers locally. The Princess Royal trust for Carers provides a weekly ‘Pampering’ and support service in the surgery for carers. Please let reception know if you are caring for an infirm relative or friend.


  • Additional InformationThe Local Health and Care Co-operative organize NHS counseling sessions on referral. Speak to Dr Kennedy if you feel you may benefit from this service.

Other Services

  • Additional InformationWe also offer special services for our asthmatic, diabetic, and blood pressure (hypertensive) patients.

Screening Tests

  • Additional InformationWe recommend the following regular check-ups which are available free at the surgery.
    Blood pressure checks at least every five years over the age of 20.
    Cervical smears for ladies at least every three years between the ages of 20 and 60. You will be notified if the smear is due.
    For babies’ immunisation and development checks.

To attend one of these clinics please ring our reception on 0141 779 4445.

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