Before requesting an appointment with one of our clinicians, it may be worth looking at our self-referrals page to check if a surgery appointment is needed for the service you require.
How To Request An Appointment
- Visiting our Consulting Room
- Booking an appointment via Patient Access. If you would like to register for this free service please complete our Register for Online Services form.
- Calling the practice
All of our morning appointments are released at 08:00 for on the day booking. Please call reception to book an appointment, you will be asked a number of questions to ensure you are booking with the appropriate clinician. GP appointments are currently carried out via telephone, during your consultation the GP will assess your problem to determine if you require a physical examination, if this is the case you will be asked to attend the surgery.
If you need to book a routine follow up appointment with a particular GP, you can make an appointment up to two weeks in advance.
Many routine appointments are for patients who have a long term or chronic condition that needs monitoring on a regular basis. We will let you know when your next appointment is due with the practice nurse or doctor either by post or telephone.
If this time is not convenient, please telephone reception to re-arrange it. It is important to continue your regular check-ups, even if you are feeling well. Routine appointments are available during normal surgery hours with the practice nurse and/or doctor.
When Should I See A Nurse?
Nurses based in our practice are by appointment only, you can see a nurse at either surgery it is not dependent on which practice you are registered.
Our practice nurses are also specially trained to run routine clinics for certain conditions, such as diabetes and heart disease.
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: