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diary_appointmentAppointments can be made by telephone from 08:00 am or by calling into the practice. Our doctors are available every morning and afternoon on a daily basis. Patients with urgent conditions are seen the same day.

If the condition is non-urgent you can expect to see a GP within two working days, although if you choose to see a particular doctor you may have to wait longer.

Our walk-in surgery is between 8.30 am and 9.30 am each morning. Patients need to be at the surgery at 8.10 am and appointments will be allocated on a first-come first-served basis.

We also offer patients the facility of being able to book an appointment with a doctor up to four weeks in advance, again on a first-come first-served basis.

Please be prepared to give a few brief details to our reception team who will be pleased to assist you in booking an appropriate appointment. We ask that you make a separate appointment for each family member, and if you cannot keep your appointment please let us know as soon as possible.

Extended Hours

We have recently introduced additional appointments outside our current opening times. These appointments must be booked in advance and are available before 08:00 am Monday to Friday. Please ask the receptionist for an early morning appointment and they will happy to book your consultation in advance. The surgery will also have occasional Saturday morning appointments available.

Telephone Advice

If you wish to speak to one of the doctors, nurses or healthcare professional attached to the practice, please ask reception who will arrange this for you.


For some examinations a doctor may suggest that a member of the practice staff is present as a chaperone during an examination. You are also entitled to ask for a chaperone to be present if you wish. Either ask the doctor or one of our receptionists.

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