calendarSurgery times can be found on the 'Opening Times' page. We normally consult by appointment only and will always try to offer you an appointment on the day you request. However, it may be necessary to wait a day or so to see a specific doctor. Please note the surgery works to advance appointments only. We do not have 'on the day' appointments or a walk-in surgery. 

Urgent Appointments

If you have an urgent problem and cannot wait for a routine appointment please inform reception and we will try to assist you as promptly and efficiently as we can. If an emergency appointment is needed, reception staff are required to ask questions about your emergency in order to correctly triage appointments with the GP. The doctor will then decide if you require an emergency appointment. Please be patient with reception staff while they try to assist you with your problem. 

As all GP appointments are 15 minutes long, we kindly ask that if you have more than 2 problems to discuss with the doctor, please ask for a double appointment upon booking.

Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult.

Please inform reception upon arrival to the surgery. 

Nurse Practitioner

In a number of cases it might be worth considering an appointment with our Nurse Practitioner rather than a doctor. Our Nurse Practitioner is qualified to deal with acute minor conditions such as infections and she is also qualified to deal with chronic conditions such as COPD, asthma and diabetes. If you are unsure whether the Nurse Practitioner is able to see you for your condition, please ask reception staff who will be happy to advise you. 


If you cannot attend an appointment for any reason please inform us as soon as possible in order for us to offer the appointment to another patient in need. 

Self Certificates

If you need a self certificate for the first 7 days of illness please click here

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