How do I...
Make An Appointment?
You can now book appointments online. To sign up to use this service please contact the surgery. Once you have your username and password click the Systm Online Link Below to access this service.
Appointments may be made by telephone on 01422 305 970 or by calling
into the surgery. Patients may express a preference of practitioner for routine
Routine appointments can be made up to four weeks in advance, which will enable us to offer you an appointment at a time more suitable to your requirements. If you think you'll need a reminder nearer the date we can text you if you would like that.
If you cannot keep an appointment, please inform us as soon as possible. Patients who persistently fail to attend without giving reasonable notice may be removed from the practice list.
If you work full time or shift patterns please ensure you book your appointments in advance to ensure a time/date/clinician best appropriate to your needs.
Other Appointment Information
Patients who request a consultation that have not been seen within the previous three years will be subject to extra examinations and inquiries.
Patients aged 75 and over who request a consultation and have not been seen in the last 12 months will also be subject to extra examinations and inquiries.
How do I...
Obtain Telephone Advice?
If you would like to speak to a GP or nurse for advice you can request a telephone appointment.
Telephone appointments are also available to discuss any issues/results when examination by the doctor is unnecessary. These can be booked during normal surgery times and are dependent upon availability. Please book your telephone appointment with the receptionists.
How do I...
Obtain A Home Visit?
Patients are asked to request home visits before 10.30am for visits that day. Late calls are for emergencies only, or to arrange a visit for another day.
In line with current medical practice we have a policy of visiting patients whose medical condition would be worsened by transport to the surgery. Visits cannot be undertaken because of transport, financial difficulty, weather conditions or
The medical centre is better equipped for medical examinations and your GP can attend four or five patients in the time taken for one home visit.