All surgeries are appointments only. Please contact us during surgery hours to make an appointment.
Only one person can be seen in any appointment slot and we ask if you could please restrict the number of health issues to ensure that adequate time is given to your concerns.
It helps if you can let us know if you are attending for an antenatal, child health or other checks as we try to allocate more time for these things to be done properly and thoroughly.
Patients have the right to see the practitioner of their choice but this may cause a delay in being seen.
Please do not ask for repeat prescriptions, particularly lengthy ones, in consultations as the doctors may refuse it due to delays in appointments. Prescriptions can be done through our reception team.
If you have a health problem that cannot safely wait for a routine appointment please phone the surgery before 9:30am and explain to the receptionist that you need to see a doctor as soon as possible. This is for genuine emergencies only.
Please note, whatever the day or time if you or someone else experiences sever chest pains, loss of blood or suspected broken bones go to your nearest accident and emergency department or call 999.