Consultations are available every weekday AM and PM by appointment only and can be made in person at reception, by phoning 01672 569990 during surgery opening times or online (routine appointments only). See On-line Booking tab.
We will always try to arrange appointments on the day you require. Some appointments are retained for same-day and next-day booking. Please tell the receptionist if your need is urgent and give her an indication of the problem when you will be directed to the triage nurse or duty doctor who will arrange an appointment or treatment, as appropriate.
IF YOU HAVE DIFFICULTY BOOKING AN APPOINTMENT REMEMBER THIS MAY BE BECAUSE 99 PEOPLE IN JANUARY ALONE FAILED TO ATTEND OR CANCEL THEIR APPOINTMENTS, CONSIDERABLY REDUCING THE NUMBER AVAILABLE TO OTHERS.
IF YOU CANNOT KEEP AN APPOINTMENT PLEASE CANCEL IN GOOD TIME SO THAT IT CAN BE OFFERED TO ANOTHER PATIENT.
You may consult any doctor but for continuity it is best to see the same doctor whenever possible.
Parents are asked to accompany children under 16 years of age to the Surgery.
The surgery offers a doctor and nurse clinic each week outside of normal hours for those who find it difficult to get to the surgery during the working day. These will usually be either a Monday or Tuesday evening between 6:30 and 7.30pm.
Sick Children will be seen as soon as possible. If you are in doubt about bringing your child out, please phone the surgery first and the doctor can advise.
Chaperones: If you require a chaperone you may bring a friend or relative with you or request a trained member of staff when making your appointment.
Emergencies: In case of life-threatening emergencies e.g. suspected heart attack, haemorrhage or major accident dial 999 for the paramedic ambulance - do not delay.