All consultations are by appointment which you can make by telephoning or calling in at the Surgery during normal working hours. Alternatively, you may book appointments on the line if you are registered for Patient Access or use the automated telephone booking system. Most appointments can be made up to a month in advance
Please try to see your regular doctor as this will help with continuity of care.
An appointment is for one person.
Patients with genuine urgent medical problems will always be seen as soon as possible the same day, but only the urgent problem will be dealt with. Please ring as soon as possible on the day and be prepared to give your current contact telephone number. You will also be asked if you can give a very brief outline of your problem. From 2nd September 2013, a doctor will then ring you back within a specified time (usually 90 minutes) instead of you being offered an appointment by the receptionist.
From 2nd September 2013, we will no longer be offering routine ‘book on the day’ appointments. This will allow us to offer more pre-bookable appointments.Book an Appointment Connect to Patient Access What is Patient Access?