appointment_1If you need to see/speak to a clinician for a health problem, please ring the main number of the surgery nearest to you.
If you wish to have a consultation on the day, please ring between 8am - 10.30am. You will be asked for a brief description of your problem by our clinical support team who will note this down on Triage, our clinical professionals will then Triage the message on a priority basis with the information at hand.

If you cannot keep an appointment please contact the practice to let us know.

Practice Nurse Appointments

The appointments for the practice nurses are booked in advance. The team provide a wide range of services and telephone advice.

Clinics include: asthma, diabetes, COPD, Coronary Heart Disease, Stroke and Hypertension.

Patients with any of the above conditions will be sent an appointment to have a check-up at least once a year. It is important that you attend the appointment.


Cytology, childhood immunisations, new patient health checks, various injections and wound dressing, phlebotomy sessions.

Surgery App

💥We are exited to announce that we are moving from our current askmyGP platform and introducing the availability of appointment requests to our already extensive SurgeryApp💥
❌Our askmyGP service will terminate at 10.30am on Wednesday the 1st of June. ❌
📝Appointment requests will be made available on our SurgeryApp 8am-10am daily from Monday 6th June, following the bank holiday weekend. The appointment request button will be located on your home screen and you will be asked a specific set of questions.
Patients who would like to place an appointment request on behalf of someone they care for will continue to be able to do so. If the patient is over 18 years of age, written consent will continue to be required initially before proceeding.
The SurgeryApp is already available for administrative queries and health information which you can download from your APP store. 📲
Please note: Patients who do not have access to smartphones can continue to phone the surgery as usual.

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