As per advice received, we have temporarily stopped access to patients booking appointments online. It is essential that all patients who are invited to book an appointment are screened by reception to ensure we are able to identify people who may prove a risk; having travelled recently to the affected parts of the world. If you require an appointment please contact the surgery.

TELEPHONE THE SURGERY AS EARLY AS POSSIBLE ON THE DAY THAT YOU WISH TO BE SEEN

If you wish to make an appointment or request a home visit then you should call before 10am. Online appointments are available before 8.00am.  Phone lines are manned from 8.00am and the earlier we receive a call the more chance of you gaining the appointment that you want with the doctor of your choice.  The receptionist will ask you to explain, generally, what your health problem is so that they can help arrange an appointment with the appropriate clinician.  It may be suggested that you see a nurse instead of a doctor.  In these cases if a nurse feels that you also need to see a doctor then they have direct access to them.

We do have appointments available to pre-book (in advance) for patients who require this type of access. Please ask reception if you wish to organise a future Doctor appointment.

REQUESTING NON URGENT APPOINTMENTS VIA EMAIL

Patients can now contact the surgery via email to request NON-Urgent appointments at the surgery. A consent form with contact details must be completed first and can be downloaded from here. 

Infrequent Doctors' Appointments

If it has been a large amount of time since your last appointment ( 3 years if under 75, 1 year if over), please let us know. The clinician may ask several extra questions to ensure we keep your records up to date.

Click here for information about getting the most out of your appointment.

Online Booking

Getting started with Online Appointments

Before you can start booking appointment you must first register your details with us so that you can be provided with a unique login username and password.

Please come to the surgery and complete a registration form. 

More information about My Health Online:

User Guide

Frequently Asked Questions

Cancellations

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. Due to an increase in the number of wasted appointments through patients failing to attend without informing the surgery it has become necessary to implement the following policy:

If you repeatedly fail to attend appointments you may be removed from this practice list and will have to find an alternative doctor.

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