Clinics & Services



if you are travelling and you require any vaccinations you firstly need to complete a travel vaccination questionnaire, available to print below or from the surgery. our nursing team will then check the information you have given on the form and a member of staff will be in touch to let you know which vaccinations are recommended for the countries and areas within countries that you are visiting.

It is important to complete the form as fully and as early as possible – at least 6 weeks before you travel to allow time for the nurse to check the form and for the recommended vaccinations to be given, especially as some vaccines have to be ordered as they are not kept in stock. It is recommended that all courses should be completed at least two weeks before you travel to allow for the vaccinations to work.

Some vaccinations are available on the nhs. Some travel vaccines are ordered privately and these incur a charge. This is because travel vaccination is not included in the services provided by the NHS and therefore is a chargeable service.

For advice re travel vaccination


 Travel Health Questionnaire

TO HELP US OFFER THE APPROPRIATE ADVICE, PLEASE print and complete the FORM below AND SEND TO THE SURGERY. the form is also available from the surgery reception.


Immunisation & Vaccinations


Children are sent reminders for their injections, which are given at bi-monthly sessions. A Doctor or our Nurse Practitioner is always present. 

it is important to bring babies and children for their routine vaccinations. childhood vaccination and immunisation clinics are still running during the covid-19 pandemic.


All patients are encouraged to keep their immunisations up to date.


Vaccinations are available in autumn at your request. It is now recommended that all patients over the age of 65 years old have this vaccination annually. They are also recommended for patients with chronic illness. Please let us know if you would like one.


Recommended for patients with chronic illness and patients over the age of 65.


Appropriate vaccinations are available. Remember that you may need to start the programme of injections about six weeks before travelling, particularly if you are going somewhere exotic. There will be a charge for some of these vaccinations. Please ask the Receptionist for details. For advice on travel vaccines

Shingles Vaccinations

We are now able to offer Herpes Zoster Vaccinations (Shingles Vaccinations). In line with national guidelines will be calling patients in.
Please see the attached information for further details.

Pregnancy Services


On Monday 11th March the Maternity Digital Transformation programme launched a new online self-referral form on the T&S website maternity for newly pregnant women to register for maternity services.

This will allow their admin team to complete pre-registration information required for clinical systems as they prepare to offer a ‘paper-light’ clinical documentation system, Medway Maternity. The form collects basic demographic details alongside basic obstetric and medical history. Once a self-referral has been submitted a midwife will contact the patient directly to offer early pregnancy advice and to arrange an appointment at a suitable time and place.

When a pregnant lady presents at your surgery to request a booking appointment please also direct her to complete the online form services to allow direct communication with her midwife before her appointment.


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If your correspondence relates to a request for medical treatment or any urgent matter please contact our Patient and Practitioner Services team on 01643 703441 (8:30am – 6:30pm). Our prescription line is available for any medication queries or prescription requests on the same number (9am - 12 noon, Monday – Friday).

Our GPs and clinical team cannot provide medical advice by email. General information for the attention of a GP will be passed on if requested.

Please note - this email is not continually monitored.



This email is for repeat prescription requests only.

If your medication request is urgent please contact our prescription line on 01643 703441 (Option 2). 9am - 12 noon, Monday - Friday.

Please include your name and date of birth with your request. Please be advised that requests for “all repeats” or requests with limited information are likely to result in a delay in the processing of medication. In such instances, staff will need to contact you to discuss your exact requirements.

This email inbox is only monitored during prescription line hours - 9am - 12 noon, Monday - Friday.

For repeat prescription ordering 24 hours a day, 7 days a week – please sign up to Patient Access or the NHS App – further details can be found on the Prescriptions and Online Access page of our website.

Minehead Medical Centre Address

Harley House Site
2 Irnham Road, Minehead, Somerset, TA24 5DL