Updated  4.7.22  : Due to the high increase of covid circulation we are returning to telephone triaged GP appointments only. Please ring between 8.30-9.30am each morning to speak to your usual GP. Due to the high volume of calls the doctors will only take calls from their own patients unless it is a medical emergency. You will be asked to give a brief message about your call to enable the GPs to prioritise their calls.  For safety standards the number of calls are capped and if the GP has reached capacity you may be asked to ring back. 

If you are attending the surgery a face covering must be worn 

Please be respectful to our staff who are doing a difficult job during challenging times. They are carrying out instructions and policies directed from the partners


Consultations are by appointment and can be booked over the telephone or in person at reception. As the practice works on personal lists we do  recommend that you see the doctor who knows you best.

If you consider your problem to be urgent please state this clearly and you will be seen on the same day.

Please note that an appointment is for one person. If any other family member needs to be seen you will need to book a separate slot.

Telephone Advice

The doctors can be accessed by telephone  between 08:30 -09.30 each morning.

Practice Nurse

In a number of cases it might be worth considering an appointment with a practice nurse rather than a doctor for the following types of consultations cervical smears, vaccines, BP monitoring etc. The reception staff will advise you when making an appointment.


If you cannot attend an appointment for any reason please inform us as soon as possible in order for us to give the appointment time to someone else.



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