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 Booking appointments to see the Doctor...

The majority of our Doctor appointments are now available to 'book on the day.' There are routine, urgent and also telephone consultations with the GP and Nurse Practitioner.  This should help to ensure you can be seen if you are unwell.

There are also a limited amount of routine appointments to book in advance.

How to book: Telephone the surgery at 8am, sign up for online access so you can book your own appointment online from 8am on the day(bring ID to reception to sign up for online access), or if you live nearby - why not come into the surgery at 8am and book to come back and see the GP.

Surgery closure for staff training.......

We currently have no training booked that requires us to close the surgery.  Please check back here in the future for any updates.

 

Are you signed up for online services?.......

Did you know, once signed up, you can book appointments with the GP, order repeat medication and view part of your medical record on-line?  Please bring photo ID to reception where we can sign you up and give you login details and a password.
 

 

Urgent Prescriptions....

If you need a prescription urgently the receptionist will pass you request to the GP at the end of surgery. It is practice policy not to interrupt a GP during surgery for prescription requests. The GP will review the requests after surgery. We cannot guarantee a time for these requests to be processed and recommend you contact the practice between 4pm and 6pm to see if it has been actioned.

If your medication has been changed by the hospital or community please let us know so we can check your repeat medications as sometimes we may not have received changes before your prescription is next due.  

 

 

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