Appointments may be made by telephone, at reception or can now be booked online using the link here. Each 10 minute appointment is for the appointment holder only and meant to provide enough consultation time for one problem. At most two problems will be covered during your consultation. If you think will need longer, please ask for a double appointment when you book (the receptionist may need to ask why you need this if we are busy).

Did you know? You can download a smartphone app for your phone or tablet that will allow you to book appointments, order repeat medication or see key parts of your medical record online.

Simnply ask at Reception for your online access PIN and download the app from the Apple or Android appstores.

If you are confronted by a serious problem such as severe chest pain or severe bleeding call an ambulance on (999) before calling the surgery.

Home visits
Please telephone the surgery if a visit is required that day and give the receptionist as much information as possible to enable the doctor to allocate priority to house calls. Please remember that home visits are only meant for people who are seriously ill, the elderly, or housebound. Home visits are at the discretion of the doctor. At times when the surgery is busy, you may be advised to attend the Casualty Department

Out-of Hours
If you need medical help when the surgery is closed, and it isn't an emergency, please call 111 (the call is free from landlines and mobile phones). Trained staff will take your call and put you through to a doctor if needed. 

There are limited number of appointments each day, if you cannot keep your appointment, please inform us as soon as possible so your appointment can be used by another patient.