You can make an appointment via the following ways:

Please see our Doctors’ Consultation Times page.

Routine Appointments

Our surgeries are operated by an appointment system. We have a fixed number of appointments to offer and have to ensure that our patients get the appointments they need rather than want. Our receptionists have been carefully trained by the doctors here to ask questions about what you need. Please help them to help you by answering their questions as more often than not, they will be able to find you the soonest appointment. You can politely decline however.

You may see any doctor in the practice but it is preferable to see one doctor consistently, especially for a period of illness.

So that we can cater for the needs of patients wishing to book appointments for the same day and for those wishing to book in advance we offer 2 types of appointments.

You need to book your appointment on the day you wish to be seen. We have appointments with all GPs on all days which can only be booked on that same day.

There are some pre-bookable appointments for every surgery. We have appointments for morning and afternoons with all doctors which can be booked up to 6 weeks in advance.

Urgent Appointments

Please be aware that all urgent appointment requests are assessed by by a member of our team. If the doctor agrees it is urgent, you will usually get an appointment within a few hours.

If it can wait an appropriate appointment will be found for you on another day, but within a timescale suitable for your medical need. If you wish to be seen urgently it will be with the first available doctor and GP preference will not be possible.

Telephone Advice

You can obtain telephone advice from the GP or practice nurse after morning and afternoon surgeries.

Cancelling an Appointment

If you are unable to keep an appointment, please let us know as soon as possible, this may enable someone else to be seen.

You can cancel your appointment in any of the following ways: