MAKE AN APPOINTMENT
Book your Appointment through Patient Access
Patient Access is available to ALL our registered patients. Once registered, you can book your appointment(s) online.
To register for this service, click the green Register button below.
If you're already registered, click the orange Sign in button below to book your appointment(s).
If you're having any difficulties using Patient Access please click here
For more information on Patient Access, please click here or click on the dedicated Patient Access Menu above.
Making an appointment by Telephone or In Person
You can make an appointment by talking to the receptionist by phone or in person.
We offer a range of ways of accessing appointments to suit different people's needs.
We aim to offer an appointment within two working days when booking an appointment from 8:00am. If no face-to-face appointments are available we offer same day telephone consultation with a GP for any urgent reason.
We also offer advance booking appointments for up to 6 weeks ahead.
Urgent- same day appointments are available on a first come first serve basis. We now have a triage system wherby the doctor on call that morning will call and if needed they will call you in to see them later on that day .This can be done via telephone at 8:00 am.
Our emergency appointments are for children aged under 16 years old and pregnant patients. In the case of an extreme emergency for any other patient we would ask the doctor to triage the emergency. You will need to inform the receptionist of the nature of the emergency to allow the doctor to prioritise you.
All nurse appointments are bookable in advance. Please inform the receptionist what the purpose of the nurse appointment is as some services require a double appointment.
Appointments can be cancelled by talking to reception, via online access or by answering to appointment reminder text message. Please cancel in advance so we can give your appointment to someone else. If you fail to attend an appointment that you did not cancel, you will be sent a warning letter and people who repeatedly miss appointments may be asked to leave the practice.