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Please take extra care when travelling in to Farnsfield as the roads are flooded due to the extreme weather conditions we have had over the weekend. 

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Clinics & Services

Minor Surgery Clinic

Dr Das offers a minor surgery clinic on Thursday mornings at Clipstone. Clinics are also available at Farnsfield.

Joint Injection Clinic

Dr Das offers joint injection clinics at various times and other GPs are able to give joint injections.

Minor Injuries

Minor injuries such as sprains, bumps and minor cuts can be seen at the practice. Please call and ask for an urgent appointment.

Family Planning

We provide advice on all aspects of birth control during surgery consultations. Please make an appointment to see a nurse for contraception advice.

Some of our GPs fit and remove coils and Implanons. Please make an appointment with one of these GPs to discuss these options.

Chronic Disease Management

This includes diabetes, asthma, COPD, heart disease and stroke. Patients will be invited for an annual review by the Practice Nurse but can make an appointment with the Practice Nurse between these times if they have any concerns about their condition.

Health Checks

If you’re aged 40-74 and have not been diagnosed with heart disease, stroke, diabetes, kidney disease or certain types of dementia, you are entitled to a free NHS health check. We also offer well woman and well man health checks with our Healthcare Assistants. Please ask at reception or call to book a health check.


Every autumn we have flu vaccine clinics. These are mainly for the elderly (over 65), immuno-compromised diabetics, those with chest problems (eg asthma and bronchitis), heart problems (eg angina), kidney problems and pregnant ladies.

There is also a vaccine called Pneumovax II available at any time against bacterial chest infections and pneumonia recommended for the same people.

Paediatric Surveillance

Eight week checks are performed by GPs. Baby vaccinations are also given at this time or alternative times are available if required. Click here for more information about the current vaccination schedule

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