Clinics We Offer

Nurse Clinics

Our nurses are available by appointment, Monday to Friday, for dressings, vaccinations, blood-tests, ear syringing and other nursing advice. 

Ante-natal & Post-natal Clinics

Mothers-to-be may see their doctor Newick Surgery. 

The community midwife holds her own clinic each Wednesday at Newick Surgery.  In addition, the midwife may be contacted on 01273 474153 from 09:00 - 10:00 daily.

Post-natal appointments will automatically be issued by the surgery after the birth of your baby.

Cervical Smear Clinic

Please make appointments with the practice nurse.  Smears are recommended at three yearly intervals up to the age of 50, then 5 yearly up to the age of 65.


Asthma Clinic

You will be invited to see a doctor or the practice nurse.

Diabetic Clinic

You will be invited to see Dr Sheppard, Dr Rajan, or a practice nurse.

Child Vaccinations and Immunisations

Appointments are with the practice nurse.

Well Woman / Man Clinic

Please make appointments with the practice nurse.

Patient Reviews

Patients that have not been seen by the doctors or nurses in the past three years could contact the surgery on 01825 722272 for a review appointment with the practice nurse.

Flu Vaccinations

Flu vaccinations are available from the practice nurse at special clinics in September, October, November and December. If you are over 65, living with a chronic condition, or pregnant, please telephone us on 01825 722272 to book an appointment.  We have clinics running from Monday 14th September.

FREE Blood Pressure Check - Self-service machine at Newick Health Centre

Newick Surgery has an easy to use blood pressure machine. No need to book.  The Health Monitoring machine also measures your height, weight and BMI.  It is self-service, so no need to book an appointment.  Just pop in and ask at reception for a token.  

NHS Health Checks 

The NHS Health Check programme is for adults in England aged between 40 and 74. If you're invited for an NHS Health Check you'll be offered a series of routine tests that will help identify your risk of developing heart disease, stroke, kidney disease and Type 2 diabetes.

You will then be given advice on what action you can take to lower your risk and improve your chances of a healthier life. For example, making changes to your diet or becoming more active. If you are interested in attending for a check please speak to the reception team to book an appointment.