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Routine Appointments

Appointments can be booked online, by telephone or in-person at the Reception desk.

Availability of Appointments:

  • Morning appointments with a doctor are available between 9am to 1pm Monday to Friday. Evening appointments with a doctor are available between 4pm-6.15pm Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.
  • Morning appointments with the practice nurse are available between 9.15am to 2pm Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. On Tuesdays, an appointment with the nurse can be made between 12pm-6pm.
  • Evening appointments with the nurse are available between 3.30pm to 6.00pm on Monday and Thursday or between 3.30pm to 5pm on a Friday

Emergency Appointments

If you are unwell and need to be seen the same day, please contact the practice. One of our doctors will discuss your condition with you and advise accordingly. If appropriate, the GP will arrange an emergency appointment for the same day.

Appointments running behind schedule

While we endeavour to keep all appointments to time, consultations can take longer than normal and this impacts on the appointments of other patients. We will keep all patients informed if the surgery is running late and request that you understand the reasons for this.

Appointments SMS reminders

This SMS appointment reminder service is used for reminding patients of their forthcoming appointments at a pre-determined time before their appointment. If the appointment is no longer needed the patient can text back Cancel which will directly interface within the practice clinical system and free the appointment for rebooking.  To receive this service, please ensure that you provide the practice with your updated mobile number. Messages can only be sent to patients with a mobile number registered with the practice. 

This feature has helped to reduce the number of DNA’s and helped increase patient access

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