Clinics and Services

The Practice Nurse Team consists of nurse practitioners and nurse specialists who offer support, advice and treatment in;

  • Minor Illnesses.
  • Coronary Heart Disease/Strokes (and prevention of).
  • Diabetes.
  • Asthma/Respiratory disorders (COPD)
  • Smoking Cessation
  • Women’s Health issues including HRT/alternative therapies.
  • Family Planning/Contraception – If you have been advised by the surgery to submit an review of your contraceptive pill please use our online form.

We have Auxiliary Nurses who are trained in phlebotomy (blood tests), blood pressure recording, ECG tests, adult health screening and assisting the Doctor with minor operations. More information on blood tests can be viewed on our Blood Tests page.

Appointments to see the nurses can be booked in advance. It is important that you give the correct information to the receptionist, so an appointment can be booked with the appropriate nurse.

Our nurse administrators will ensure that you receive any follow up services you may require.

Screening Programs

For information on our available screening programs please visit our Screening Programs page.

Community Services

School Nursing

This service provides screening for growth, vision and hearing, health interviews, immunisation programmes, support for families with special needs and behavioural problems and advice for children with bed wetting or soiling. They also support schools with health promotion/education programmes.

They can be contacted at North Walsham Hospital 01692 408311.

Norfolk Hearing Support Service

Holds a clinic every 6 weeks in a mobile bus in Holt train station car park.
If you need assistance with your NHS Hearing Aid, they can give you advice and help you clean and re-tube your hearing aid. These are free “drop-in” sessions from 10:30 – 12:30.

Please contact Pam on 01603 404440 or for more details and dates.

Hearing Aid Batteries

You need to contact the Norfolk and Norwich Hospital or Cromer Hospital as they are no longer available from the surgery.

Red Cross Outlet

For a list of available equipment please visit our Red Cross Equipment page.

Holt Area Caring Society (HACS)

The Holt Area Caring Society (HACS) is a local charity that drives patients to their medical appointments. For more information please visit our Holt Area Caring Society (HACS) page.


Our Practice uses North Norfolk Primary Care to support us to deliver some of our services such as providing appointments when our Practice is closed, or community based services.

Here is some more information about who they are and what they do.

Primary Care Networks

Please read about our involvement with Primary Care Networks.