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Appointments

Please note:-  If you feel you cannot manage to climb our stairs for your consultation, please tell us when you make the appointment, we can then ensure you see someone who has a room downstairs.

bloodpressureConsultations, which are by appointment only, are 8.30am-11.30am & 2.00pm-6.30pm each weekday.

Most of our patients request a ‘Same day’ appointment, but it is also possible to make an appointment in advance. Appointments can also be made electronically, please ask at reception.  We aim to offer patients a choice of preferred Doctor wherever possible, but there may be times when we are unable to accommodate such requests.

Please telephone 01255 220010, for appointments between 8am-6.30pm.

Appointments may also be made in person by calling into the surgery between the given times.


Book Your Appointment Online

You must be registered to book your appointment online.  To register you must visit the practice and fill in a registration form. 

Once you have registered you may login and book your appointment by clicking on the link below;

https://patient.emisaccess.co.uk/Account/Login?ReturnUrl=%2f


Messages

telephoneWherever possible, messages are forwarded to the relevant Doctor electronically via our in-house computer system. The Doctor will either telephone back as soon as possible or alternatively they will convey a message via our message desk staff .

You may feel that you need to speak to a doctor about your healthcare concerns and the receptionist will help you with your request.

You can also contact the nursing team in the same way, and the treatment room clerk will deal with your request

Staff may ask you questions about your particular problem as it is important that the doctor or nurse has all the necessary information so they can assess your particular need.  

 
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