CORONAVIRUS - Practice information.

The surgery is limiting the number of patients in the waiting room at any time. If you have an appointment, please use the intercom in the porch and reception will let you in.

We have also left a box in the porch for prescription requests and samples, so you do not need to come into the surgery to drop these off. There are spare sample pots and paper for prescription requests here too.

You can also order medication via the Patient Access or MyGp App on your computer or smart phone. Alternatively, click on the 'prescription' tab above to email us your prescription request.

Please be considerate to all our staff during this time as we are trying our best to help all of our patients, while keeping safe ourselves.

Many thanks 

Manor Health Centre. 


Practice nurses are available throughout the week to advise you about any concerns you have regarding health issues.  They run various clinics such as:

  • Weight management advice and support
  • Healthy hearts
  • Diabetes management advice and support
  • Asthma management advice and support
  • Childhood vaccinations
  • Women’s health (family planning, contraceptive advice, HRT, smears, well woman and pre-pregnancy planning).

You can self-refer to all of these clinics, but, if you require routine blood pressures, dressings etc. you will be asked to see our treatment room nurses.

These nurses are all qualified Registered General nurses (RGN’s). Two of these RGN nurses have advanced nursing qualifications, being qualified BSc honour graduates.

NB – Weight reduction clinics and smoking cessation clinics are run by our healthcare assistant.

Treatment Room

Our treatment room is available on a Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday to offer the following services and procedures:

  • Ear Syringing
  • Dressings
  • Routine blood pressure checks
  • Injections e.g. tetanus
  • Removal of Sutures
  • Emergency ECG’s
  • Routine nursing needs

Our Treatment Room nurse is a qualified State Enrolled Nurse (SEN).

Appointments for the practice nurses are bookable up to 2 weeks in advance.  In addition, the nursing team is always happy to speak to you over the telephone, this may not be immediately but they will always return your call.

Healthcare Assistants

Healthcare assistants support practice nurses with their daily work and carry out tasks such as phlebotomy (drawing blood), blood pressure measurement and new patient checks. They may act as a chaperone when a patient or doctor requests one.
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