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Appointments

We have pre-bookable appointments (appointments which can be booked in advance) and appointments required on the same day.  For same day appointments please contact the surgery on the morning of the day you wish to be seen.

For pre-bookable appointments which are ideal for patients who would like to book in advance due to work/travel arrangements or simply for convenience, you can request an appointment via this website, by telephone or in person.

Please see the Appointment Times page for the days and times your doctor usually holds their surgeries.

The nurses appointments are mainly pre-bookable with only a few same day appointments for urgent matters. It would be very helpful if you could give the receptionist an idea of what your appointment is for so that she can book you into the appropriate clinic with the appropriate nurse and allow adequate time for the procedure.

Extended Hours - appointments

Doctor appointments - One day a week either on a Tuesday or a Thursday we have extra appointments available to pre-book before 8am and after 6.30pm.  Nurses appointments available after 6.30pm

Absent doctors

We would prefer you to see your own doctor due to continuity of care. However, there are occasions when this is not possible and during these times you will be offered an appointment with another doctor in the practice.

Results, prescriptions and paperwork will be dealt with by another doctor to avoid delay.

How You Can Help

Being a patient means that you have responsibilities too. Basic courtesies include being polite and respectful to doctors and staff. Please be punctual for appointments or let us know if appointments are no longer required. You should inform us immediately if you change your name, address or telephone number. Do not misuse the out of hours service for routine or trivial matters. Please take your medicines as directed by the doctor, and if you choose to stop taking them it is sensible to let the doctor know.

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