How To Make An Appointment

You can make an appointment in the following ways:

Doctors Appointments

Our doctors offer either face to face or telephone appointments, mostly available on the day. Where possible a pre-booked appointment one or two days in advance. If you need a longer appointment, please book in advance. We also offer earlier appointments that are available for those who work.

An appointment is 10 minutes long and for one person only. If you need a longer appointment, please say at the time of booking. Where another member of the family needs to be seen or discussed, an additional appointment should be made so that their records are available.

Diabetic, asthma reviews, minor surgery, gynaecology procedures, post natal and child checks all require longer appointment times.

GP Availability

The doctors are available for appointments at the following times:

GP Availability

To see our GPs availability, please visit our GP Availability Page.

Practice Nurse Appointments

In a number of cases, please make an appointment with our practice nurses rather than a doctor. Practice nurses are qualified to deal with many ailments, and you may be seen more quickly.

For more information about what our practice nurses deal with, please visit our Clinics and Services page.

Telephone Consultations

The doctors are willing to speak to you on the telephone, but you may be asked to call back or book a telephone consultation. Please supply your correct telephone contact number. Staff do not disturb the doctor during a consultation.

Advanced Nurse Practitioner Appointments

Dianne is a prescribing Nurse Practitioner and she works Tuesdays & Fridays.

Appointments are available to be booked in advance for Minor illnesses and injuries, also minor skin conditions and family planning.

Please speak to reception staff for further details.

Cancelling Appointments

If you are unable to keep an appointment, please let us know as soon as possible, this may enable someone else to be seen.