Child Health Monitoring

Development checks will be carried out when your child is 1 year old and again at 2 years old.


Childhood Immunisations

Who to See: All Nurses

One of the most important things that a parent can do for their child is to make sure that they have all their routine childhood vaccinations. It's the most effective way of keeping them protected against infectious diseases.

Ideally, children should have their jabs at the right age to protect them as early as possible and minimise the risk of infection.

You can find out which jabs your child needs, when they need them, and what the benefits of each jab are by talking to your health visitor or by booking an appointment with one of the Nursing team.

Well baby clinics

You can also visit our Baby Clinics for advice or information.  These are run as drop in sessions on:

  • Mondays at Manor Place between 1.30pm and 3.00pm 
  • Mondays at Sir John Kirk Close between 1.30pm and 3.00pm.

All babies are invited to see the doctor, for a health and development check at the age of 6 weeks. Later checks are carried out by the Health Visitors.

This is a drop- in- Clinic for well children under 5, check with reception for details. Please bring your “red” book when you come.

For routine childhood vaccinations, please make an appointment with one of our nurses.

  • 1st and 3rd vaccination is 20 minutes appointment
  • 2nd vaccination is 10 minutes appointment.

Find out which jabs your child needs, when they need them, and what the benefits of each jab are.

Please call the surgery to make an appointment.

For more infomation please visit the websites below:

External Websites:

Vaccinations for you and your family - NHS Choices

Health Checks


Diabetic, asthmatic or have heart disease, each year you should have:

  • an annual review with the practice nurse
  • a flu injection

Over 65, each year you should have

  • a flu injection
  • a blood pressure check

A woman

  • All women between 25 and 50 should have a cervical smear test every three years unless advised otherwise. Women over 50 should be tested every five years unless advised otherwise.
  • All women aged 50 - 60 should have regular mammograms.

A baby

  • Babies should be checked at birth and eight weeks by their GP