Clinics & Services

  • Cervical Screening
  • Contraceptive Services including pick-up point for contraception for young people, 19 & Under
  • Vaccinations and Immunisations (adult and children)
  • Child Health Surveillance
  • Chlamydia Testing
  • Counselling sessions with Gateway Workers
  • Diabetic Nurse Clinics
  • Dietary advice - the dietician holds a clinic every month via a doctor referral.
  • Maternity Medical Services
  • Minor injuries
  • Minor Surgery
  • NHS health checks
  • Sports Medicine
  • Smoking cessation - regular clinics are held at all surgeries


Chronic Disease Management

  • Asthma
  • Chronic kidney disease
  • COPD
  • Coronary heart disease
  • Diabetes
  • Epilepsy
  • Hypertension
  • Mental health


Specialist Diabetic Clinics

Held on a Wednesday every two months.

These dates and times may vary due to restrictions imposed during the Covid-19 pandemic.






The Dietician holds a regular monthly clinic, referral is via the nurse or GP.

These dates and times may vary due to restrictions imposed during the Covid-19 pandemic.





Midwife / Antenatal Clinics


These dates and times may vary due to restrictions imposed during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Antenatal clinics are currently being held at St Ives Clinic, Ramsey Road, St Ives, PE27 5RA. 

Please speak to your midwife to confirm details & location of your upcoming antenatal appointments. 


The Community Midwife holds regular weekly clinics as follows:

Orchard Site: Tuesday morning 9.00am - 1.00pm

Parkhall Site: Tuesday afternoon 1.30pm - 4.30pm

Fenstanton Site: Thursday pm 1.00pm - 4.00pm

Child Health Surveillance

Is carried out by appointment to check the development and health of your child and to provide advice on immunisations.




A Dietician from Hinchingbrooke Hospital visits monthly to advise on special diets. Referral to this Clinic is made via the Doctor.



Diabetic Clinic

All diabetic blood tests will be carried out by our Health Care Assistants (PART ONE) Please bring a urine sample to this appointment.

All diabetic review appointments are now being done by our Practice Nurses (PART TWO). You will no longer need to see a Dr for your Part Two appointment.

Please make an appointment for your review 2 weeks after your blood test to allow time for your blood test results to be reviewed by the Doctor and Nurse prior to you being seen.


Mental Health Support

NHS staff from the Mental Health Team visit the surgery regularly. Appointments for these services may be available after consultation with a Doctor.

Do you need support with your mental health?

For tips and advice on how to stay mentally well during the holidays, you can visit our regional mental health website or the national PHE mental health website via


If you feel you are experiencing a mental health crisis and need urgent support, you can call 111 and select option 2 24/7, every day of the year including bank holidays, to get help.

 111 opt 2

Minor Surgery

A wide range of minor operations are undertaken by the Doctors.



Pre - Conception Counselling

This is available by making an appointment with a Doctor or Midwife.



Family Planning

A full service is available including depot injections, fitting/removal of coils and Implanon. We are a registered C-card site (for under 25’s).  Please contact reception for further information and to book and appointment.



Minor Illnesses

Our nurses are trained in minor illnesses and are able to treat the following conditions:

  • sticky eyes
  • ear ache
  • sore throat
  • hayfever
  • worms
  • chicken pox
  • impetigo
  • urine infection
  • emergency contraception
  • warts/verrucae
  • oral thrush
  • cold sores
  • minor injuries
  • vaginal discharge
  • head lice/nits
  • eczema/dry skin rashes
  • wound infections
  • ingrowing toenail
  • bites: insect/animal/human   



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