Appointments

Appointments

The majority of our appointments are available to book on the day.  If you are making a routine follow up appointment to see your GP please ask for one of these advance or pre-bookable appointment slots.

An on-call Duty Doctor is available every day for any medical problem that cannot wait until the following day.  Please always ring us first before attending the A&E Department, we can usually assess you much quicker than the hospital.

If your doctor is away, you may be asked by the receptionist if the problem can wait until his/her return; for ongoing routine matters and for continuity of care we would always recommend this.  If your problem cannot wait you will always be offered an appointment with another doctor at the practice.

We would like to assure patients that during surgery opening times a receptionist will always be available to speak to you on the telephone on 01323 407900

Mondays are our busiest day and it would be helpful if routine telephone calls and requests could wait until later in the week.

Please remember to cancel your appointment if you are unable to keep it.

Online Booking

It is easiest to make an online appointment booking via the NHS app, which may be accessed on an Android or iOS phone or tablet, or in a web browser.

Instructions on how to register or use this, and to download the mobile version can be found at https://www.nhs.uk/nhs-services/online-services/nhs-app/.

The web version is available at https://www.nhsapp.service.nhs.uk/login.

The iPhone and iPad versions may be downloaded by clicking the following buttons:

Download on the App Store
Get it on Google Play

It is also possible to book consultations using the PatientAccess system. Full details of how to use this system are found here. It is also possible to download the PatientAccess apps from Google Play and the Apple App Store by clicking on the links below.

Download on the App Store
Get it on Google Play

 

Join our Mailing List

Fill in your details to receive emails containing latest news, articles and advice.

Common Health Questions

Other Pages

Heart Disease

Travel Vaccinations

Spotting Cancer