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Routine consultations are by appointment with the doctor of your choice by telephoning
(phone numbers for different practices).

Routine appointments are at 10 minute intervals but if you have a problem that you feel is likely to take longer please ask for a longer appointment when you contact the surgery. If you want a particular time of day or a specific doctor you may have to wait a few days

Urgent Appointments

Urgent appointments can be made on the same day, although it may not always be possible to see the Doctor of your choice.
Urgent appointments are in short supply and should be reserved for genuine urgent problems that will not work

Information for Patients - Appointments up to 8.00pm weekdays and Saturday and Sunday mornings

The surgery can now offer access to bookable appointments up to 8.00pm Monday to Friday and on a Saturday and Sunday morning.

Please be advised that availablity is limited and will be by pre-booked appointment only. Access may not always be provided from this surgery and you  may need to travel to an alternative practice.

These appointments will not be available to book on line - therefore please speak to a member of our reception staff for further advice.


Online Doctor Appointments

You are now able to book and cancel your appointment with the doctor online via the link at the top of the page. In order to book appointments online you must have previously obtained the necessary access code. Please click here for more information.

Telephone Advice

Please ask at reception if you would like telephone advice from either a doctor or nurse

Nurse Practitioners

Nurse practitioners are qualified experienced nurses who have specialist skills and experience and work as independent, autonomous practitioners.

Nurse Practitioners are able to:

  • Perform in-depth clinical physical examination
  • Initiate investigations where necessary
  • Reach a diagnosis
  • Advise on treatment and where necessary prescribe medication for acute problems
  • Will refer to other members of the healthcare team where appropriate or necessary

Nurse Practitioners are able to prescribe independently and also do home visits


If you cannot attend an appointment for any reason please inform us as soon as possible in order for us to give the slot to someone else.

Patients who miss 3 or more appointments within a 6 month period will be asked to find another practice.

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