Book an Appointment

How To Book An Appointment

Please note  -  only attend the surgery if you have a pre-booked appointment.

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Check Your Condition First

Many conditions can be dealt with without the need to see your GP.

Condition Checker

Many conditions can be dealt with without the need to see your GP.

You can try a local pharmacy for advice about a range of conditions and we also have lots of self help information. Please try this advice before contacting the Practice.


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Patient Triage

Complete a simple form about your problem or request, your GPs decide on the best treatment for you and respond with advice, a prescription or an appointment.

If you need help with a non-urgent medical or admin request, you can now contact us online using Patient Triage.

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Urgent Same Day Care

If you have an urgent medical problem and need to be seen on the same day, please phone the Practice and speak to a Receptionist

The Receptionist will find you an appropriate appointment or arrange a telephone call with a member of the Clinical Team. After this time, the Duty Doctor will call you back to assess the urgency of your request, and decide with you if you need to be seen. We have found that many simple cases can be dealt with over the phone.

We run urgent same day surgeries each weekday for problems that will not wait until the next routine appointment.

Our Nurse Practitioners  run clinics that provide rapid assessment and treatment of minor illness, injuries and urgent care and are primarily for patients who need to be assessed for a condition urgently on that day. You will be offered a 10 minute appointment slot but due to the nature of the clinic you may have to wait to be seen.

We would politely request that you telephone us first before coming to the Practice as we cannot guarantee that a Doctor will be on the premises, and you may have a long wait.

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Life Threatening - Go to A&E

If you or someone you know has a life-threatening condition, such as loss of consciousness, a sudden confused state, chest pain, breathing difficulties etc, you should call 999

In an EMERGENCY call 999.
Emergencies are situations that cannot be managed at home and may be life threatening