Our Services

Our Services

Children’s Counselling Services

Our children’s counselling services is provided by Spurgeons. Their counsellors support young people’s mental health. They deliver exceptional work to meet the individual needs of the children and young people that are referred for help, to give them the tools to manage their mental health in the future.

Children’s Health and Wellbeing Navigator

This is an innovative hybrid role created in conjunction with Involve Kent, designed to combine the functions of social prescribing, care navigation, and care coordination to support children with neurodevelopmental disorders and mental health concerns, and their families.

Clinical Pharmacists

We have a team of clinical pharmacists and pharmacy technicians who work across the practices. They oversee all aspects of medicines management, and also offer appointments for medication reviews and chronic disease management.

Evening & Weekend Access

There are a variety of appointments available across our clinical team, in the evening and at weekends across our PCN.

These appointments are availible at these times:

Weekday evenings from 18:30 to 20:00
Saturday from 9:00 to 17:00

Please book your appointment by contacting your GP surgery.

First Contact Practitioners

A team of first contact physiotherapists are based in our surgeries offering face to face appointments to patients. They are able to assess all musculoskeletal conditions and arrange further tests, joint injections and courses of physiotherapy where needed.

Mental Health Practitioner

Our patients that are struggling with mental health, don’t have to see the GP, they can contact their surgery and ask to book an appointment with our Mental Health practitioner.


Our paramedics are based in our surgeries offering support to our housebound patients, Care Homes and also dealing with acute minor illnesses.

Social Prescribing

Our social prescribing link worker is provided and supported by Involve Kent. She works with patients from all practices to connect them with non-medical support such as community groups, charities, or activities relevant to their needs.