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Enhanced Access

This service enables patient to be seen at other locations. These appointments include GP, ANP, Nurse, HCA, Mental Health, Physio, Bereavement counselling, Welfare Benefits help and many more. These appointments are on evenings and weekends and can be booked by telephoning or calling in at our reception. Appointments can be booked on the day or can be pre booked for patient choice so patients can see a Male or Female clinician. The service offers telephone or face to face appointments.

PCN5 - Appointments can be booked on an evening and saturday morning. These appointments are for all patients within the PCN5 area covering 10 Practices. Appointments can be pre booked at a time and date that is suitable for the pateint. The clinics cover the following, Diabetes, Asthma, Bloods/BP, and Cervical Smear

Social Prescribing - PCN

PCN5 is working with the 10 Practices in this area to deliver a Social Prescribing Service. Patients can be referred to this service by any staff member from Moor Park Medical Practice The Practice have two social prescribers and they have excellent knowledge regarding local services and resources to voluntary groups. The social prescribers  can gain other information for patients whatever that may be. The Practice Social prescriber initially worked through covid and tried to contact all our patients over the age of 65 to see if they had any needs other than medical, this resulted in finding isolated patients who needed some help. The Practice continues to see improvement in some of our patients with the social prescriber involved in their care. The service offers support to patients and families signposting them to Voluntary organisations, benefits advice, helping with isolation, loneliness, befriending, anxiousness, domestic abuse, child services support and many other services.

FLU VACCINATIONS - September 2024 - January 2025

The Practice continues to give Flu Vaccinations at every opportunity. Patients can book in to FLU clinics or normal Nurse/HCA Clinics to have the Flu Vaccination. The Practice has sent all patients who have a mobile with authorisation for text messages a Link to book directly in to the clinics at the Practice. Patients with a home telephone number will be contacted by the Reception team and patients with no numbers will be sent a letter asking you to book the vaccination.

 CLICS 2024 2025

Moor Park Medical Practice will be delivering this service to our patients. Patients referred to CLICS service will be reviewed by a Community Connector and an Advanced nurse Practitioner so covering social and medical problems. The Community connector has resources to voluntary groups and services and can gain other information for patients whatever that may be. The ANP works together with Community Connector resolving medical issues. All these people come together with the GP's in a MDT meeting regularly.

Clinics & Services

We run a range of clinics details below. For an appointment or further details, please call our main reception line on 01274 778400


This clinic is run by midwives. If you become pregnant, you will be referred to the midwife by the Secretary at the Practice staff may have to ask some questions to do the referral so please assist the clinicians or reception staff with this. 

SELF REFERRALS - Patients can self refer to the service details of this are in reception or click the link below

Patient Poster - How to register with Midwife

Child Health and Immunisation

All babies are invited for a 6 week check alongside a Postnatal Appointment for Mum babies from 8 weeks old are invited for regular check-ups and immunisations and will be seen by the health visitors.


Measles is a very infectious viral illness that is spread by coughs and sneezes. If you are not protected and have even passing contact with someone who has measles, the chances are that you will be infected too. If you catch measles you will probably feel very poorly and be off school or work for around 10 days. There is no treatment or cure for measles.

Symptoms of measles include fever, sore red eyes, and rash. It can be a very serious infection for some people.

Complications are more likely to occur in certain groups including people with weakened immune systems, babies under one year old and pregnant women. Complications can include chest and ear infections, fits, diarrhoea, encephalitis (infection of the brain) and brain damage. Those who develop complications may need to be admitted to hospital for treatment.

Measles is serious, around one in 5,000 individuals with measles is likely to die and since 2006, there have been 3 deaths from measles in England and Wales.

Travel Immunisations

For patients travelling abroad, our Nursing Team offers advice and travel vaccinations if necessary.


Led by our Nursing team, this clinic offers advice and general health check-ups to patients diagnosed with diabetes.

Asthma / COPD asthma_inhaler

Asthma sufferers can book an appointment for this clinic which is run by our nurses who specialise in asthma care.

Weight Advice

If you would like help and advice in losing weight, please contact reception for an appointment.

Coronary Heart Disease

Clinics are run within the surgery.

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