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Antenatal Clinic

Patients are seen by the Midwife at clinics by appointment.

baby_StethoscopeBaby Immunisation Clinic

Our Practice Nurses run an Immunisation Baby Clinic on Wednesday mornings, by appointment only.

The Health Visiting Team hold two clinics each week at Butterflies Beccles Children's Centre, Castle Hill, Beccles.

  • Tuesdays 9.30am to 11.30am 'Weight, Stay & Play'
  • Wednesdays 9am to 12noon '5 Star Clinics' - Midwives, Health Visitor, Breastfeeding Support Working, Children's Centre Family Support Worker and Stop Smoking Service all working together for expectant and postnatal mothers. 

Family Planning

The practice provides a full range of family planning services. Most of our Nurses are trained in giving contraceptive advice.

Long Term Condition Clinics

If you have a long term condition such as diabetes, asthma or chronic heart disease, you will be contacted annually for a review.  You will be asked to complete a health questionnaire and once this is returned a member of our team will contact you with regard to an appointment.

Minor Surgery

We offer minor surgery for certain procedures. If necessary your Doctor will refer you into this service, although the procedure may be carried out by another doctor and not your usual GP.

NHS Health Checks

The practice offers health checks under the national NHS scheme to help prevent the onset of specific health problems. Everyone between the ages of 40 - 74 who have not been diagnosed with heart disease, diabetes or kidney disease will be invited for a check once every five years. 


We are currently working with MIND on a 6 month pilot to provide support for those struggling with Mental Health issues. Appointments are now available at Beccles Medical Centre on Monday and Friday's for adults and on Wednesday's for younger adults and children. 


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