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We practice a “personal list” system, which means that, wherever possible, you should see your own doctor.  In an emergency, however, please be prepared to see the first doctor available. To make a routine or urgent appointment please call reception on 01763 242981. 

Appointments can also be booked on-line. To register for this service please ask at reception.  If no appointments are available please contact reception as above.

Extended Opening Hours

We offer pre-bookable appointments for patients with their own GP who are unable to attend during normal working hours. These are NOT intended for urgent problems and are offered:

Monday 18:30 – 19.30          

Tues, Wed & Thurs 07:00 – 08:00

NEW - Additional appointments available at this Practice

We are making more appointments available for patients at this practice throughout February and March 2018.

This is because we know that there are times when patients might need to see a GP at short notice.

We also know that over winter lots of people have seasonal illnesses which require more than a pharmacy but do not need emergency treatment.

Every week throughout February and March there will be an extra 45 GP or nurse appointments.

Telephone Advice

If you need to be seen urgently and your GP is fully booked, the receptionist will take a message, including your name and contact number.  She will ask you for details about why you need to be seen so that the doctor can then assess how best to deal with your problem. The message will be sent down to the doctor who will then allocate a special appointment or telephone you with advice. 


Please ask the receptionist if you require a chaperone.


If you cannot attend an appointment for any reason please inform us as soon as possible in order for us to give the slot to someone else. You can leave a message on our voicemail by calling 01763 242981 - option 1.

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