Morning Surgery 8.40 - 11.00
Afternoon Surgery 15.20 - 17.40
Please telephone or call in to make an appointment. If you would like to see a specific doctor please let the receptionists know, alternatively you will be offered an appointment with the first available doctor.
When you make an appointment, the receptionist may need to have some idea of the nature of the problem so that an appropriate length of time can be allocated to you, and provides the Doctor with a little information prior to your arrival at the surgery. Any information concerning your health will be treated in the strictest confidence, as the receptionists are bound by the same rules of confidentiality as the Doctors.
Please make one appointment for each person who wishes to see the doctor.
If you have a simple query for one of the doctors which you feel can be dealt with by telephone please ask the receptionist for a telephone appointment.
If you need to see a doctor urgently please call before 10am if possible, you may be asked to speak to one of our trained Practice Nurses first who will be able to offer advice to help you self-treat or arrange for you to see a doctor as necessary.
If you cannot keep an appointment, please let us know as soon as possible so that this time can be offered to somebody else. We try to be as flexible as possible, but sometimes delays are unavoidable.
If you are concerned about sitting in the waiting room (for example if you are feeling quite unwell, are worried about contact with others or if you have a poorly child), please let the receptionist know and a private examination room can be made available for you to wait to see the Doctor.
We offer extended hours opening, for booked appointments only, one evening each week between 6.30 - 7.45pm. This operates on a rolling rota Monday to Thursday. We also offer Saturday morning surgeries every fortnight between 08.00 - 11.30am. These surgeries are for booked appointments only, Reception will not be open to answer urgent or ad hoc enquiries.