How to Make and Cancel an Appointment

Appointments

Appointments can be booked by ringing  01892 511 833 or online using Patient Access if you have a log in.

Our usual opening hours are Monday to Friday 0800 – 1830

We are not able to see walk-ins so please make an appointment before attending

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Urgent Cases / Telephone Triage

If you feel you need to be seen today but there are no appointments available you will be offered an emergency telephone call with the doctor, usually within 4 hours. The doctor will invite you in for assessment if it is medically necessary. If your concern is more urgent than this then you can call 111 for advice on what to do.

 

 

Book face-to-face or remote appointments with your GP, nurse or clinician at a time that suits you.

Your details and information are protected by the highest standards of online security, so all you need to worry about is what to do with the spare time you’ve earnt.

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Problems booking online appointments?

Use the Patient Access Support Centre before you call us.

 

Telephone Appointments

Our doctors have telephone appointments at the end of morning surgery. You will be offered a five minute telephone appointment at an arranged time. This is best used for simple requests or following up results. 

 

Practice Nurse Appointments

Nurses appointments are available Monday to Friday from 7.30am – 6.00pm.

  You can see the nurse for lots of reasons..

  • Childhood Immunisations
  • Travel Vaccinations
  • Cervical Smears
  • Dressings
  • Routine checks such as blood pressure or weight
  • Asthma/COPD/Blood Pressure/Diabetic reviews
  • Taking blood and administering regular injections
  • Ear syringing
  • Removal of stitches and assisting GPs with minor surgery
  • Health Promotion – The nurses are the backbone of our health promotion activities and can help with stopping smoking, weight loss, healthy heart and well person checks. Nurses also run their own clinics, managing patients with asthma, COPD, diabetes, heart disease and family planning.
  • NHS Health Check every five years between ages 40-74