How to see the Doctor

All surgeries are by appointment only. Appointments are available to be booked on the day for urgent matters and in advance for more routine things.

Routine appointments are able to be booked up to 4 weeks in advance.

The main surgery telephone number is: 01200 413535

A routine appointment is normally for a maximum of ten minutes. If you feel that your problem may take longer, it would be helpful if you inform the receptionist when making your appointment.

You may also book a limited number of routine appointments with your doctor on line. In order to do this you will need to register for the service with the reception team—please ask them to register you for EMIS Access.

You may see a Practice Nurse if you have a minor illness as this may be more appropriate than seeing a doctor. The receptionist will advise you.

How to see the Nursing Team

The Nursing Team operate an appointment system. Appointments may be booked in advance. Please contact the surgery to make an appointment by using the main surgery number above.

Speaking to the Doctor over the Telephone

If you wish to speak to a doctor on the telephone, please liaise with the receptionist to arrange a convenient time. This will usually be after morning surgery or before or after afternoon surgery.

Home Visits

Patients are asked to attend surgery whenever possible, as there are better facilities there for assessment and treatment. However, patients who are too ill to attend, or who are housebound, should telephone for a home visit, preferably before 10.30 am. Please give the receptionist as much information as you can, to allow doctors to prioritise their house calls. Visits are usually done after morning surgery.

Coronavirus (Covid-19)

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Please can we remind all patients not to contact the surgery regarding the COVID-19 or flu vaccinations for over 50’s.  We still have no further updates regarding the COVID-19 vaccine programme, nor have we been instructed to vaccinate all over 50’s who are not in the at risk category for flu.

We are still offering flu vaccinations, but only to the vulnerable and at risk groups.  If you have been invited for a flu vaccination, please give us a call to ensure you receive one.  It would be helpful if you could let us know if you do not wish to have the vaccination, this could be done through message on your Patient Access, by email or telephone.

The practice is under immense pressure, as you can imagine, so please can we ask that you do not ring the surgery with any enquiries about either of these vaccinations.  Updates will be on social media and our website.

Thank you for co-operation.