Chronic Health Management Clinics

If you are a Carer and look after someone else contact the Carers Centre for help and support. 


Asthma and COPD clinics are run by our Nursing Team.

We are always happy to review anyone with asthma every year and more frequently if your asthma is not well controlled. If you have any of the following then please consider coming to our clinic, as your asthma treatment may need reviewing:

  • Cough at night.
  • Shortness of breath at work/school or when exercising.
  • Persistent Cough, wheeze, tightness, or shortness of breath during the day.

If you need to use your Salbutamol (blue) inhaler more than 3 or 4 times a week it may imply your asthma is poorly controlled.

If you need further advice or information then please feel free to book an appointment at the clinic.

For further information on asthma please visit the Asthma UK website.

Click here for videos to show you how to use your inhaler

Click here to download a Peak Flow Diary

Click here to get some information about how to cope in extreme heat


The Diabetic clinic at the surgery is run by our Nursing Team. If you are diabetic, you will be sent an appointment at least once a year to have all aspects of your diabetes care checked. We run the Diabetes Clinics throughout the week and ask you to come in a week before to have your blood and urine tests taken so we can review the results with you in the clinic.

Once a year we will photograph your eyes in one of these clinics.

For further information please visit:

Diabetes Leaflets:

Heart Disease

The Heart Disease appointments at the surgery are run by our Nursing Team. If you have Heart Disease we will invite you to attend the surgery for a review with the Nurse at least yearly.  We will also ask you to make an appointment for a Blood Test 1 week before the review appointment so that the nurse is able to talk you through the results at the appointment.

For further information please visit:

The British Heart Foundation

Stroke or Hypertension

Our nurses review patients with High Blood Pressure, or who have had a Stroke, at least yearly. You will be invited to a Blood Test appointment. And 1 week later you will see the nurse for a review and to get your Blood Test results.

For further information please visit:

The Stroke Association