ALL INITIAL APPOINTMENTS WITH THE DOCTOR WILL BE A TELEPHONE APPOINTMENT. IF AFTER SPEAKING WITH THE DOCTOR THEY FEEL THAT THERE IS A NEED TO SEE YOU FACE TO FACE THE DOCTOR WILL MAKE ARRANGEMENTS FOR A FACE TO FACE APPOINTMENT.
PLEASE TELEPHONE AT 8.30AM ON THE DAY TO ARRANGE A CALL BACK FROM THE DOCTOR.
The morning drop in clinic for bloods, BP etc has been suspended.
If you require a blood test please telephone the surgery between 8.30am and 9.30am on the day you would like to attend to book an appointment.
You can book an appointment at any time during our surgery hours and also online via the link at the top of this page, you will need a password for this.
The on call doctor is available for emergency advice throughout the day. Please contact reception.
- Monday to Friday 9.00am - 12.00 pm
- Monday to Friday 3.30 pm - 5.30 pm
Early morning sessions are available once per week with the nurse and doctor strictly by pre booked appointment, between 7am and 8am.
The doctor and nurse can be contacted for advice after morning surgery.
Patients may ask for a chaperone in their consultation with a GP or nurse or midwife at any time. The chaperone may be a friend or relative, or it may be provided by the practice. Wherever possible we will endeavour to provide chaperoning by a clinical member of staff, but there may be occasions where there are none available and a suitably trained admin team member may be used. The patient can refuse the chaperone offered.
Occasionally, the GP or nurses may wish a chaperone to be present themselves. They reserve the right to ask the patient to come back if there is not one available.
Help us to keep our waiting lists down by cancelling appointments if they are no longer needed.