Tinkers Lane Surgery

Tinkers Lane Surgery

Tinkers Lane, Royal Wootton Bassett, SN4 7AT

NHS

Telephone: 01793 852131

Fax: 01793 848891

Out of Hours: 111

Clinics & Services

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We are able to carry out some minor surgical procedures, such as joint injections and removal of some skin lesions, in surgery rather than wait for a hospital appointment.  Please enquire at Reception  if you think this might of benefit to you.

Contraception

Advice on all types of contraception can be obtained from the surgery. Please arrange an appointment with a Practice Nurse, or our Advanced Nurse Practitioner who is trained to fit could and Implants

We also hold a contraception ‘no worries clinic’, aimed young people – Just call and ask for a ‘No Worries’ appointment for advice, emergency contraception and condoms. All consultations are completely confidential.

Cervical Cytology

We encourage all women up to the age of 65 to have regular cervical smear tests. You will receive an invitation for this in accordance with NHS guidelines. However, if you are concerned about any symptoms at other times, please make an appointment with the practice nurse.

Maternity Care

Community midwives from Chippenham and Great Western Hospital, hold clinics at the surgery.

Childhood Immunisations and Development Checks

Dr Fudge runs regular clinics on Tuesdays for your baby check and Immunisations. You will be sent an appointment when the immunisation/check is due.

All our GPs and health visitors feel childhood immunisations are extremely important. The benefits far outweigh any slight risks involved. The health visitor will give you comprehensive advice prior to your child’s appointment, but please discuss any concerns by ringing your health visitor on (01793) 854202.

Adult Immunisations

It is advisable for adults to have a tetanus booster. Please consult the practice nurses.

Other Clinics

The practice nurses monitor patients with asthma,COPD diabetes, dietary problems, heart disease, hypothyroidism, hypertension,  and symptoms of menopause, to name but a few!

They also manage our flu vaccination campaign from October to December each year. Flu jabs are essential for patients of any age who suffer from diabetes, asthma, chronic bronchitis, heart disease and kidney disease, and for those aged 65 and over.

If you are not sure whether you should have one, please ask one of the nurses for advice.

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Opening Times

  • Monday
    07:30 - 18:15
  • Tuesday
    08:30 - 13.00 & 14.00 - 18:15
  • Wednesday
    07:30 - 20:00
  • Thursday
    08:30 - 18.15
  • Friday
    08:30 - 18:15
  • Saturday
    CLOSED
  • Sunday
    CLOSED