Surgery Telephone Numbers & Address:
Can we Contact You by Email?
We would like to be able to contact patients occasionally to ask you questions about the surgery and how well we are doing to identify areas for improvement.
If you are happy for us to contact you periodically by email, please click on the button below (need more info? - Click here):
Surgery Opening Times:
How to make an Appointment:
All consultations are by appointment only.
Our aim is to enable our patients to obtain an appointment within 48 hours.
Routine appointments are an average of 10 minutes duration and can be booked up to 2 weeks in advance.
The routine appointments are for chronic problems, non-urgent problems or medication reviews.
In addition we have daily appointments for urgent problems which need to be dealt with on the same day. These appointments are for single problems only. You may not be able to see your preferred Doctor.
We would ask you to ring as early as possible in the day after 8.00am to book an appointment.
Online Booking: You can now book, check and cancel your appointment online. Please ask at the surgery reception for further information and instructions.
Emergency Service: On a Thursday and Friday afternoon we have an Advanced Nurse Practitioner available for routine problems. We have doctors available for urgent problems only, and offer a telephone triage system during these times.
When you arrive at the surgery for your appointment, use the self check-in system, or please report to our receptionist.
We are constantly monitoring our appointments to enable a better service.
How to Cancel an Appointment:
If you cannot keep your appointment with the Doctor or Nurse, please click here to view the methods available for cancelling your appointment, including online.
It is really important to let us know if you need to cancel, because it enables us to offer your appointment to someone else.
Full details of the services offered by our practice can be found by clicking here.
If you have an urgent dental problem such as toothache or a dental abscess you should see a dentist not your GP.
If you have a regular dentist you should telephone them and arrange an urgent appointment. If they are closed there should be an answerphone message with the phone number of the local dentist covering emergencies. If you have trouble getting through call NHS 111.
Advice is available from dental advisors regarding all dental problems from the British dental health foundation (BDHF). Their contact details and web site can be found by clicking here.