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CalendarAppointments

Appointments for all three surgeries can be made by either:-

  • Telephoning the Surgery on 01977 682 202
  • By calling in at the surgery
  • Using the automated telephone booking service (which all patients can use).
  • Registering online (please ask at reception or click 'Online Services' at the top right of the main page ).

A number of pre-bookable appointments are available and may be made up to a maximum of 4 weeks in advance.

We also have extended surgery times on Monday evening and Tuesday morning to accommodate people who work. If you cannot keep an appointment please let us know, wasted appointments mean a longer wait for other patients.

In order to make the right appointment the receptionist may need to ask about the nature of your problem. We would be grateful if you try and provide the information so they can direct you in the best way. All staff at the practice are bound by strict confidentiality rules. Each appointment is for 10 minutes, if you think you will need longer please let the receptionist know. If you need to be seen on the same day you ring, you will see the duty practitioner, this may be a GP or a Nurse Practitioner. If you only want to see a GP please book a routine appointment.

Text Reminder Service

The surgery now operates a text message reminder service for appointments.  If you would like to use this service please let the Reception Team have your up-to-date mobile number and this service will be provided for you, alternatively you can click on 'Text Message Reminders' at number 6 on the Further Information Section to the right of this page.

If the surgery is closed or you are not sure who is best placed to help you, this Choose Well information can help guide you appropriately or call 111 (free phone) for further assistance

Choose Well Information   

 
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