Noticeboard

For on the day appointments please call at 8am.

The surgery will be closed for staff training on the following Wednesdays from 1.30pm

8th September 2021

13th October 2021

10th November 2021

12th January 2022

9th February 2022

9th March 2022

Would you like to sign up to SMS reminders for your appointment please see the receptionist.

DUE TO THE CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK ALL ONLINE APPOINTMENTS HAVE BEEN TEMPORARILY SUSPENDED.

Appointments

Our appointment system has changed slightly. Currently everything is being done by telephone triage. Calls are taken at 8am every morning and you are put on the telephone list for the clinician to call you. If the clinician feels you need to be seen face to face they will arrange that for you.

Routine nurse appointments  for blood tests smears b/p check etc can be booked at any time during the day.

Extended Access

We are able to offer extended access appointments at other surgeries, please ask at reception for details.

Choice of Practitioner

The practice doctors work on a pooled list principle. Patients can request to be seen by the doctor of their choice for routine appointments only. On the day appointments or emergencies will be allocated to available doctors on that day.

Chaperone

If you would like a chaperone present during an examination, please ask the doctor or nurse who will make the arrangements for you. Please note in all cases the practice chaperone policy will be followed.

Telephone Advice

The Doctors and the Nurses are happy to provide advice over the telephone. Should you have a query please let the receptionist know and your call will be returned during the course of the day. Please ensure we have your correct telephone number and that you are able to accept incoming calls.

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. We do take it seriously if patients fail to attend for appointments.

 
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