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Appointments can be booked:

Via the telephone - a third of the appointments are released on the day. You can book these by calling the surgery at 8am on the day you want to be seen, and choosing option 1 to go through to the appointments line. We have male and female doctors available.

We are open on Saturdays between 9am - 12pm and these appointments are released every Wednesday for that week. These can be booked using all three methods mentioned on this page.

Using our online service - appointments with all doctors can be pre-booked online up to 6 weeks in advance, using your unique username and password which can be obtained either by calling the surgery or asking at the desk.

Over the desk in person - as with telephone appointments these are also released on the day, you can book these over the desk in person by calling in at 8am.

Along with the pre-booked clinics we also offer emergency appointments every day, if you have a medical emergency (that doesn't warrant calling an ambulance) please mention this to the receptionist.

If you are having trouble getting an appointment due to work commitments, no online access, transport issues, or if you have to rely on a carer or relative to bring you to your appointment, please mention this to the receptionist and we will try our best to help.

Home visits are also offered for elderly patients or those with mobility issues, please call before 11am to book these for that day. A doctor will visit you after morning surgery.

Nurses appointments can be pre-booked Monday-Saturday at any time, please call into the surgery or phone us to book these. Please also mention to the receptionist briefly what this appointment is for so we can book you with the correct nurse for the right amount of time, to save you having to re-book.

We also have two practice pharmacists who can see you in regards to your medication.

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