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Appointments can be booked by telephoning reception.
These are booked as 10 minute consultations and you can be seen by any GP, but we would encourage you to see the same GP whenever possible.
You can book appointments by:
- Telephoning Reception between 8am and 6.15pm
- Book an appointment on-line - click HERE for more information
Please make sure you cancel your appointment if you no longer need it.
You can now cancel your appointment four ways:
- Text the single word "CANCEL" in reply to your appointment reminder text.
- Do not add any other text.
- Cancel online.
- Telephone Reception.
Our nurses offer a wide range of healthcare services, for the following; Contraception, Weight/Diet, Dressings, Diabetes, Asthma, Ear Syringing, Removal of Stitches, Blood Pressure Checks, Cervical Smears, Smoking Advice, Urine Tests, Immunisations and much more.
In addition to this we run a minor illness clinic. This is a clinic for straight forward problems of short duration that can be dealt with by a nurse. This is not for on-going health problems so if you need to be seen quickly they will take care of you, and sort out any prescriptions you may need
Our senior nurse is qualified to prescribe when required, and she can help with ailments such as Sore Throat, Coughs, Cold, Chest Infection, Urinary Tract Infection, Fever, Abdominal pain, Diarrhoea, Skin disorders, Minor Injuries, Earache and Bites/stings.
Health Care Assistants
Our healthcare assistant and phlebotomist perform valuable healthcare services such as: Blood/Urine Tests, ECGs, Blood Pressure Checks, Weight Management, Toe Nail Cutting Service, New Patient Checks, Patient ABCs (Annual Birthday Checks) and NHS Health Checks.
In the event of sudden onset of your illness, it may be possible to book an urgent appointment at the surgery. You will be asked the nature of your condition and the doctor may also wish to speak to you directly. You may not be able to see a doctor of your choice and could also be advised to call 999 if the doctor feels it is life threatening i.e. chest pains.
In a life-threatening emergency such as sudden severe chest pain, loss of consciousness or severe bleeding - dial 999 before ringing the surgery.
Sometimes it may be possible to resolve problems over the telephone without visiting the surgery. If you think this may be helpful, please ring the surgery, preferably before 11:30 and we will arrange for a doctor to return your call.