Clinics and Services
We provide a range of services and specialist clinics to support your healthcare. All surgery appointments need to be booked through our reception team on 01984 632701.
Services provided by our nursing team include dressings, vaccinations, childhood immunisations, cervical smears, removal of sutures and chronic disease health surveillance for those with asthma, diabetes, COPD, high blood pressure and other long-term conditions. All appointments with our Practice Nurses, HCAs and Phlebotomist need to be booked by our reception team.
Other services provided by our practice include health checks for patients over 75 years of age, family planning including fitting and removal of long-acting reversible contraception and minor surgery. Further details on specific services are given below. Please call reception if you have any queries.
The recommended weekly limit is 14 units per week.
If you are concerned about your alcohol consumption or would like advice, please speak to a doctor, practice nurse or health visitor.
Further information can also be found on the nhs.uk website
Antenatal Care & Clinic (Maternity Services)
An attached community midwife delivers services to our patients working closely with our GPs. Patients can self-refer to maternity services without the need to see a GP or Practice Nurse. Please visit the Somerset Foundation Trust website for details.
Cardiac, Stroke, Hypertension
Our specially trained nurses, under the supervision of the doctors, run these clinics at each surgery. Patients who have been diagnosed with one or more of the above conditions will be contacted and offered the opportunity to attend for a review on an annual basis according to your birth month.
These are run by Dr Ross Ganner at Williton Surgery, for the management of certain skin conditions, usually those related to chronic sun exposure. GPs will be referred to these clinics by a doctor.
For treatment of warts and verruca's, please see the NHS Health A-Z Section
Our team of specially trained Practice Nurses, with the support of our GPs, offer regular reviews to our diabetic patients to help them manage their disease. Patients will be called for review by our computerised system according to birth month.
Further information for patients is available at:
Our practice provides a vaccination and immunisation service to a range of patients.
Childhood vaccination and immunisation clinics are offered every Wednesday morning. Children and babies will be called up as their vaccinations become due.
Flu vaccinations are offered on an annual basis to patients within the NHS 'at risk' groups. All patients over the age of 65 years of age and those in a clinical at risk group will be able to book their vaccinations from 1 September. The flu vaccine will be offered to patients aged 50 to 64 years of age again during the 2021-2022 flu season (from 1 September 2021 to 31 March 2022). Clinic dates and venues will be published later this year.
Other adult immunisations such as Shingles, will be offered to patients who are eligible.
Please contact our reception team if you have any queries about vaccination and immunisation.
Joint Injection Clinic
A number of our clinicians provide joint injections for a variety of musculo-skeletal conditions.
Our doctors undertake minor surgery procedures for their patients, including aspiration and excision of cysts, excision of skin lesions, injection of joints and tendons, incision of abscesses and removal of foreign bodies.
Procedures may be carried out in the consulting room or the nurses’ treatment room. There is a purpose built operating theatre in the Watchet Surgery for more complex procedures and patients of both surgeries may be asked to attend there. GPs will refer our patients internally for minor surgery procedures.
Our specially trained nurses, under the supervision of the doctors, run asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease clinics at each surgery. Patients will be called for their reviews by their birth month.
Eating a healthy, balanced diet is important for maintaining health and feeling good.
Exercise, which is sufficient to get you out of breath, for 20 minutes, 2 – 3 times a week, is beneficial and research has shown that regular exercise helps you to fight illness.
For further details please visit Eat Well - NHS
One You has a range of tips and tools to help people make better choices to maintain a health mind and body.