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Clinics & Services


To make a booking for an antenatal first appointment please complete the referral form below and drop it in to the surgery. The midwife will then contact you directly to make this appointment and any subsequent ones.

Antenatal referral form


Berkshire babies under 5 - Health Visitor Duty Line (available Mon-Fri 09.00-16.30) 01635 273626

Wiltshire babies under 5 - Health Visitor Contact Line (available Mon-Fri 09.00-16.30) 01672 517235

Oxfordshire babies under 5 - Health Visitor Contact Line (available Mon-Fri 09.00-16.30) 01367 245417

DROP IN CLINICS - available for ALL babies under 5

Lambourn - The Royal British Legion - Wednesday Weekly 9.00am - 11.00am

2nd Wednesday monthly weighing available and 4th Wednesday monthly Parenting Advice (Behaviour Management, Toilet training, Weaning, Diet, Sleep etc)

Hungerford - The Croft Hall - Thursday Weekly 9.00am - 11.00am

1st and 3rd Thursday monthly weighing available and 2nd and 4th Thursday monthly Parenting Advice (Behaviour Management, Toilet Training, Weaning, Diet, Sleep etc)

DROP IN CLINICS - available for Wiltshire babies under 5

Marlborough - The Library - Monday weekly 10.00am-11.45am

Ramsbury - The Surgery - 2nd Wednesday monthly 10.30am-12.00pm

The health visitor will arrange to visit at home within 10 days of the birth and will do a development check in the surgery at 8 months and 2 years.
Your child will also be invited for a developmental check at 3 and a half years old by the Doctor.


These weekly clinics are committed to keeping our asthmatic patients at peak performance. Our specialist asthma nurse teaches about asthma and checks you are getting the best from your inhalers. To make an appointment ask at reception.


Nicki Simpkins and Clare Dockery, are our Diabetic nurses. All diabetics require routine check ups at least annually and many require more frequent review. The annual check up involves seeing the Podiatrist, Dietician, Specialist Nurse and GP. Screening for eye problems occurs twice a year when a digital photograph is taken of the back of the eye by a specialist team that visit the surgery. We strongly recommend that you take the advantage of all screening tests.


Solutions for health run a stop smoking clinic where they will offer support for anyone who wants to stop smoking. They can offer practical advice as well as nicotine replacement therapies. If you are interested in this service, To make an appointment, ask at reception.


Monthly clinics are provided by the Dietician at Hungerford Surgery. More urgent problems can be seen in the Dietetics Department in West Berkshire Community Hospital Newbury. The Dietician offers advice on all aspects specialist diets and some medical problems. Referral is via your GP or Practice Nurse.


The Practice Nurses and Doctors provide full family planning services including the ‘morning after pill’, the contraceptive pill, Caps, Coils, Implants, and injections.


bandaging-wristWe are able to undertake a wide range of minor surgical procedures in the surgery. These include removal of various skin lesion, treatment of warts and injection of certain joints.


We recommend the following national immunisation schedule:  Please make an appointment with the practice nurse.

  • 2 months 1st DTaP/IPV/Hib [a single combined injection] + 1st Pneumoccocal (PCV) [given at the same time]
  • 3 months 2nd DTaP/IPV/Hib + 1st Meningitis C
  • 4 months 3rd DTaP/IPV/Hib + 2nd Meningitis C + 2nd PCV
  • 12 months HIB Men C
  • 13 Months MMR + 3rd PCV
  • 3 to 5 yrs DTaP/IPV [a single combined injection] + MMR 2nd injection [We usually give the DTaP/IPV at 3 ½ and MMR at 4 ½]
  • 13 to 18 yrs Td/IPV [single injection given at school aged 14]

Information about immunisations:

  • DTaP protects against diphtheria,tetanus and pertussis [whooping cough]
  • IPV protects against polio
  • Hib protects against Haemophilus influenzae
  • Men C protects against Meningitis C
  • MMR protects against measles, mumps and rubella
  • Td protects adolescents and adults against tetanus and diphtheria


Influenza (flu) is a highly infectious disease caused by the influenza virus. The virus attacks the respiratory tract (ear, nose and throat). The virus is mainly spread by droplets in the air produced by coughing or sneezing. The incubation period of symptoms is between one to three days.
Although most people recover from flu within a week, for some people the infection is more serious and leads to complications. The groups of people particular at risk from the flu are people aged 65yrs and over and people of any age with a chronic medical condition, particularly chronic chest and heart problems. The currently available flu vaccine gives 70-80% protection against infection.
We provide flu vaccination every autumn to all our patients in the at risk groups and have a very high uptake. If you require further information please seek advice from your doctor, practice nurse or health visitor.  


If you are off work with an acute illness You only require a certificate from your doctor after 7 continuous days absence. After 3 days absence you will need to do a self-certification note, which is available from your employer, the post office or the reception at the surgery.

If you are off work more than 7 days then you will need to see your doctor to obtain a certificate. If you are off work with a long term illness your doctor will arrange further certificates with you.  

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