circled_dayAppointments may be made by calling at the surgery or telephoning.  Routine appointments should be available with the doctor or nurse of your choice within three days and can be made up to four weeks in advance.

We can offer appointments early mornings and evenings for patients who cannot attend our normal hours and also have late afternoon appointments for any children who need to be seen the same day.

Please remember to book one appointment for every patient that needs to be seen, i.e. mother and baby is 2 appointments.

Telephone Advice

The doctors and nurses are able to give advice over the telephone. If they are consulting with a patient you will be asked to leave a contact number and they will ring you back.


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. If you arrive late for your appointment we cannot guarantee that you will be seen and you may need to book another appointment. If you do not attend your appointment without notifying the surgery you will be sent a letter regarding this. If you do not attend on three occasions you will be asked to leave the list.

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