Young Adults


Teenagers are always welcome in our practice, so if you think you need to talk to someone, or if you’re worried about anything to do with your health, or even if you would just like some information, then please make an appointment with one of our doctors or nurses.


Everything you share with us is confidential. That means we won’t repeat anything you tell us (including telling your parents), unless you, or someone you know, is in danger.

Other Advice

We’re happy to give you advice about anything that’s worrying you. This includes sexually transmitted diseases, drugs, alcohol, or if you are feeling down or anxious. If we can’t help you here, then we should be able to tell you who can.

NHS 24 phone 111

NHS Inform


Substance Abuse

If you think that you or someone else might have a problem with drugs and alcohol, there is a wide range of help available. If you are concerned it is always better to talk to someone about it than not to. With the right help and support it’s possible for anyone to get drug and alcohol free and stay that way.


Information for Parents

As a parent you give your children a good start in life, you nurture, protect and guide them. Parenting is a process that prepares your child for independence. As your child grows and develops, there are many things you can do to help your child and there are many challanges to overcome. If you are struggling, worry about your child's wellbeing or you are just seeking advice you can always speak with your GP.