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Appointments

Routine doctors' and nurses' appointments can be booked in person at reception or by telephone.  Doctors' appointments can also be accessed using an online booking system.

To register for the online booking system:

*Please click on the link above ('access the online appointment system') and complete the form.  *Please open Practice guidance on applying for and using patient online access to read our guidance notes on applying for and using patient online access.
*Please also complete the form here
*Please bring this form with you to the surgery, together with identification (ID list) for the reception team to validate.

Registration will also allow you to order repeat medications online. You can book one appointment online but identification needs to be then shown at reception. 

If you feel that your problem cannot wait until the following day, please phone the surgery and the reception team will help you.

Doctors' Surgeries

Click here to view a timetable showing which doctors are in attendance at the surgery each day.

Morning Surgery (08:00 - 11:00)

Early morning appointments (08:00-09:30) are available for booking from 16:00 on the previous working day.

Late morning appointments (09:40-11:00) can only be booked from 08:00 on the same day.

Afternoon Surgery (15:00-17:30)

Afternoon appointments can be booked up to four weeks in advance.

Click here for a detailed timetable

Nurses' Surgery

Nursing appointments are available from 08:15 to 17:30 depending on the day.  The precise availability of appointments varies according to the nurses in attendance.  Please note that nurses' appointments cannot be booked online.

Click here for a detailed timetable

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.

 
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