Young Persons

More information for teenagers is available on the following leaflet:

 Teens Info document.docx


Did you know you can request a male or female GP? You can also be seen on your own, with a friend or with a parent or carer – you decide. We also have evening appointments available.

To book an appointment call our hub number on 01273 834388. Young people aged 11-16 years can also sign up to online services with our receptionists and book in online if a doctor authorises this.

Please see here for more information.



We provide a confidential service to all our patients, including under 16’s. This means that what we discuss in each appointment stays private, including from your parent or guardian, unless you choose to tell them. We only break confidentiality if we are concerned you are in danger and we would always try and talk to you first about this.

We only pass on personal information to other health professionals in the interests of your health.

You can download our ‘Talk to us’ guide here



Everyone struggles coping with their feelings sometimes. It’s important to look after your emotional health as well as your physical health. If you’re struggling with low mood, feeling anxious or stressed, please book in to discuss with one of our GPs or you can self-refer to our Youth Emotional Support service. Please see here 



Here are some useful websites that may help also:


Doc Ready – it can be difficult to talk to people for the first time about your mental health. This website helps you build a checklist of what to discuss with the GP.


Young Minds – Advice and support for people with young persons with mental health problems


Calm Harm – An app to help with self-harm


Childline Exam Stress and Pressure – Advice if you’re feeling stressed about exams


Teenage Health Freak – Advice on a wide variety of health problems that may affect teenagers


Sexwise – advice about sexually transmitted infections, contraception and pregnancy


Talk to Frank – Information about drugs and addiction