Routine Appointments

A routine appointment is for 10 minutes, which is enough time to discuss 1 problem.

If you arrive late for your appointment, you might not been seen, and may be offered another appointment so as not to cause delay for other patients.

For an emergency on-the-day appointment, our phone lines open at 8am. The reception team will ask for a brief description of why you need to be seen in order to offer you the best options.

You can sign up to online access where you can book routine appointments online.

The practice telephone line opens at 8 am. This is a very busy period for the surgery. If not booking an appointment please call the surgery with queries after 10 am to avoid waiting in a queue.

Please note we do not do emergency on the day appointments for medication or sick notes.

We also have telephone appointments available with GPs. Unfortunately, we cannot give a time when such calls might be made. These calls may take place any at any point throughout the day. Please provide a contact number as the clinician will only call once.

Please help us to help you and contact us to cancel.

Extended access

Need a weekend or evening appointment? The GP Extended Hours service is designed to provide patients with appointments outside core general practice hours for routine care.

We offer Saturday morning appointments and also late evening appointments on a Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. These appointments are designed for patients who work and who find it difficult to come to the surgery during the working week. Please note that these are GP appointments only and must be booked in advance.

Urine Samples

Please note that you cannot drop a sample at either of our reception sites unless it has been requested by a clinician. If an un-requested sample is delivered to a reception desk, you will be asked to dispose of it. All samples must be at the request of a clinician, this is to ensure that we have somebody available to complete the dip test in a timely manner while the sample is still viable.