Book an Appointment Online
You can book an appointment by using the below banner link
SystmOnline is now available to patients as an app for iPhones iPads and other Apple devices running the IOS operating system. The app is listed on the App Store and is free to download. To download the app search for “SystmOnline” in the app store.
Patients can use their existing SystmOnline login details to access the online services offered by your organisation via the app
Booking an Appointment in Person
If you require a GP or nurse appointment please contact the surgery to do so. We would appreciate it if patients would not just turn up at the reception desk as it is not always possible to offer appointments there and then.
Patients are seen by appointment only. Our aim is for you to be seen by a doctor within 48 hrs to meet NHS guidelines whether your appointment is urgent or not.
Please telephone the practice at 8.00 am and you will be given an appointment that morning or be put through to a doctor or nurse who will give you advice over the telephone or ask you to attend the surgery.
Appointment duration is 10 minutes and appointments are for one person only.
We aim to see you within 30 minutes of your appointment time, however, delays can occur, in particular, where a doctor is called out of surgery to attend an emergency visit.
If you are unable to keep your appointment please let us know as soon as possible so that it can be offered to someone else. It is your responsibility to cancel unwanted appointments.
If a patient wishes to speak to the doctor or nurse, we will book a telephone consultation slot for you and the doctor or nurse will contact you.
Evening and Weekend Appointments
Extended GP access service is accessible 7 days per week. If you require an appointment on an evening or weekend please enquire with the reception team.
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