At Hucclecote Surgery we offer a range of additional clinics and services, details of which can be found below.  If you would like to attend one of the clinics or services please contact the reception team who will be more than happy to book you in.

​You can be assured we have a commitment to excellence when it comes to the level of care we provide.


We have a Community Midwife who attends the Surgery twice weekly and runs the Antenatal Clinic.  This clinic is on every Monday and Thursday between 14:00 – 16:00.

Appointments for the Antenatal Clinic need to be prebooked with Reception.

The Community Midwife office at Gloucestershire Royal is contactable on 0300 422 5128.

Expectant women can also have the Pertussis Vaccination which will protect the unborn child against Whooping Cough.  Please speak to the Midwife or Practice Nurse for more information.


Minor surgery is available at the Practice for procedures such as excisions, incisions, aspiration and cutting and these are performed by Doctors Hodges and Lambert.  Certain joint injections are performed by the Doctors.


The Practice Nurses run Travel Consultations.  Patients need to complete a Travel Assessment Form (click here to download the form) as early as possible to allow for appropriate course(s) of vaccinations.


We run a blood clinic on a Tuesday and a Friday.  If these days are not convenient for you then you are able to get your bloods done at the Edward Jenner clinic at Gloucester Royal Hospital instead.


Our Health Visitor runs a Baby Clinic.  They are based at Brockworth Childrens’ Centre, Moorfield Road, Brockworth and can be contacted on 862335.


The Practice Nurses run the Baby Vaccination Clinics and these appointments can be booked for any time during the week.  Appointments for the 8 week check and first baby vaccinations will be sent out by letter by the Practice.


Pre-school booster vaccination reminders are sent out by the Child Health Department.


A full and confidential family planning service is available at the surgery for women of all ages, either by the Nurse (for pill check only) or GP.


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We run regular INR clinics to performs checks and tests to review and monitor our patients on Warfarin.


We have five sessions of diabetes clinics a week which are run by our lead diabetic nurse.


Our COPD clinic is held twice a week on a Tuesday and Wednesday morning and is run by our qualified COPD nurse.


The Flu Clinics run from October each winter.  Influenza vaccinations are available to patients who are at risk.  The at risk categories are:-

  • Over 65 years of age

  • Diabetics

  • Asthmatics on inhaled steroids or who have been hospitalised with this condition

  • Anyone suffering from heart problems/disease

  • Immuno-supressed patients

  • Any other chronic medical problem

  • Patients living in residential/nursing homes

  • Pregnant women

  • Patients who are carers

There is also a Child Flu Campaign which is running during the same period and this is a nasal application which is less invasive.

We run a CHD clinic on a Wednesday afternoon and Thursday morning.