Our Services

The practice offers a wide range of services which you can read about below

Services Available

24hr blood pressure monitoring

For access to this service please ask reception or telephone the surgery on 01903 735200

Annual Health Checks

What is an Annual Health Check?
A paramedic practitioner will holistically review the client, with an accompanying carer of health problems.

We might ask you things like; ‘what activities do you enjoy or not like to do?’

We will discuss health promotion, chronic illness, epilepsy, swallowing problems, behaviour and specific syndrome checks.

Things we might do; we might look in your ears, listen to your chest and weigh you.

We would like to know how best to communicate with you and/or your carer. We would like to offer you support to manage your own health and health conditions. Together we will complete a health action plan specifically designed for you, and any health problems identified in our health check detailing your on-going health plans.

Why is an Annual Health Check Important?
Research demonstrates that people with learning disabilities have greater health needs and more health problems than that of the general population. People with learning disabilities might have difficulty accessing primary care and have lower uptake rates of routine screening.

People with learning disabilities are at greater risk of hearing loss, eczema, acid reflux, thyroid disorders, obesity, mental health problems and Parkinson’s disease.

Attending an annual health review is important as we can assess a persons health, lifestyle, medication and risk associated to health and wellbeing.

We are now offering virtual annual health reviews. A team member can video or telephone call you to discuss any health needs you might have, should you not be able to attend the surgery in person.

Asthma Clinic

An asthma nurse specialist holds a regular clinic for asthma sufferers. Patients are either referred by one of the doctors, or invited to attend as part of a routine review of medication.

If you have been advised by the surgery to submit an annual review of your asthma symptoms, please complete the Asthma Review form.

Blood Test Clinics

Blood test clinics are held in the mornings Monday to Friday. If you have been directed by your doctor to have a blood test, please make an appointment with reception. Please remember to bring the relevant form with you.

Blood tests are also available at Worthing and St Richard’s hospitals if your need is urgent.

A Warfarin clinic is held at Littlehampton health centre Tuesday 9.00am - 10.00am. We do not take blood tests on under 16’s.

Cervical Smear Tests

Our practice nurses run a weekly clinic and can also offer early morning appointments for workers at 8.00am.

Child Health Checks and Immunisations

Our doctors and health visitors offer health checks and the practice nurses give immunisations. Your child will be sent an appointment by the surgery.

Chronic Disease Monitoring Clinic (CDM)

This annual review clinic is for patients who have one of the following conditions:

You will be sent an appointment by the surgery to see our healthcare assistant who will carry out basic checks. You will then be given an appointment to see the nurse or the doctor if necessary. If you are unable to attend the appointment please telephone 01903 735200 or cancel via accuRx or the NHS App

Diabetic Clinic

A diabetic nurse holds a regular clinic for diabetes sufferers.

Family Planning Advice

Our practice nurses are qualified to give family planning advice. The practice now offers a coil and contraceptive/implant insertion service. Patients needing emergency contraception should telephone the surgery on 01903 735200 and will usually be given an appointment within four hours.

Flu Vaccines

Did you know you are entitled to a free flu vaccination if you have any of the following chronic conditions?

  • Respiratory disease
  • Heart disease
  • Kidney disease
  • Liver disease
  • Neurological disease
  • Diabetes
  • Immunosuppression (Including asplenia)

Or you are:

  • Over 65
  • Pregnant
  • A carer

Health Visitors

A health visitor is a registered nurse who has received training particularly related to babies, children and pregnant women. Their role is to provide families with children under five years old with support and advice around the general aspects of mental, physical and social wellbeing. They are now situated at Angmering medical centre who can be contacted on 01903 775758.

Laboratory Specimens

Specimens are sent to the hospital each day. If you are asked to bring a specimen in, please ensure that we receive it before 12.00pm to ensure it is taken to the hospital by hospital transport.

Minor Illness Clinics

Our highly qualified nurses also run a daily minor illness clinic for coughs, colds, earaches, rashes etc. Our receptionists can advise if this would be an appropriate appointment for you.

Pneumococcal Vaccines

Patients over 65 or those deemed to be at risk will be invited to receive this vaccination to protect them from pneumonia.


Advice leaflets can be obtained at reception.

Shingles Vaccine

Shingles vaccines are currently being offered to patients aged 70, 78 and 79. You will be sent a letter inviting you for an appointment.

Smoking Cessation Clinic

These clinics are run by our smoking cessation nurse and are held weekly. Please ask at reception for information or to book an appointment.

If you have been advised by the surgery to submit a smoking review on a regular basis, please complete the Smoking Review form.


For access to this service please ask reception or telephone the surgery on 01903 735200