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  • Emergency


    On the day emergency appointments are for patients who have an urgent medical problem that cannot wait for a routine appointment.  Please call our reception team as early as possible on 01604 644126 to book an appointment.  It is not possible to request to see a specific doctor or nurse for emergency appointments and we are unable to deal with routine matters in these appointments. Read more…

  • Book in advance

    Book in advance

    If you don’t have an urgent medical problem, we still appreciate that you wish to be seen soon and therefore the majority of the appointments we offer are within 48 hours.  Additionally we do offer some appointments for booking up to 28 days in advance for routine matters such as follow up appointments or for medication reviews. Read more…

  • Nurse


    Our experienced Nurse Practitioner and Practice Nurses have specialist training and experience to treat a wide range of medical conditions.  They also assist our doctors with reviewing and managing patients with a chronic medical condition such as diabetes, asthma and COPD.  Our Nurse Practitioner is qualified to prescribe medications, our other nurses can issue a prescription signed by one of our doctors.  Our nurses appointments are not currently available on line so please contact our reception team to book an appointment.  Read more for information about our nursing team…

  • Online


    Patients can now book appointments using our online booking system. To use this service you must be registered. Find out more…

  • Telephone


    To book a telephone consultation ring 01604 644126. Telephone consultations can be booked in advance with your doctor of choice or are available on the day for urgent advice or information. Telephone appointments are useful for medication queries, general advice and information and follow up.

The surgery would like to say a big Thank You! For all of your support and lovely messages we have received since the Coronavirus started.

We would like to reassure you that we are all here working hard to keep you all well and safe.

The way in which the GPs and nurses are working has changed and will remain this way until the risk of Coronavirus is no longer with us.

If you need to see a GP or nurse you will be offered a telephone consultation in the first instance. They may ask to consult with you via Video, to send in a photo or do some online assessments to help diagnose how we can best help you, but if they feel they need to see you in person they generally arrange this on the same day.

You will need to wear a mask when attending the Surgery.

The GP and Nurse appointments are taking longer as the room has to be cleaned and Nurses need to change the Protective clothing before seeing the next patient.

Thank you for your understanding and keeping everyone safe at this time.

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