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Doctors' Appointments

We operate an appointment system. Urgent cases are always seen on the same day. Please let us know if you cannot keep your appointment so that we can offer it to someone else.

Appointments can be made by telephone or in person between the following opening hours:

  • Weekdays 08:00 – 18:30.

We offer extended hours with the Doctors on Monday from 18:30 – 19:15 and from 07:30 on Wednesdays.

Have you thought about booking appointments online? You can book at any time by using Patient Access.

Visit our Patient Access page.

Doctors provide:

  • General Medical Services
  • Maternity Medical Services
  • Contraceptive Services               
  • Child Health Surveillance
  • Minor Surgery



Have you ever thought about how long an appointment is?

Routine appointments with the doctor are for ten minutes and for one ailment. This means that they has time to listen to what you have to say, take details of how long it's been going on and what else is happening that might be causing the problem.

Then, you may need to be examined, a test could be needed and finally you may need a prescription. All of this needs the ten minutes allocated to you. If you have more than one problem, ask the receptionist to book a double appointment so that you can have a proper discussion and can be treated for everything.

If, on the other hand, you have something that is urgent and needs to be seen on the same day where there are no routine appointments available, you may be given an emergency appointment. This is a five minute appointment and can only be for something that really is urgent. If it can wait until the next day then please book a routine appointment. 

Children under 5 years whose parents or guardians feel that they need to be seen urgently will be seen on the same day or a doctor will speak to the parents or guardians on the phone to decide together what the best care should be.

Finally, please don't bring along the rest of your family for the same appointment time as the doctor will not be able to deal with four people in the time allocated for one! Patients who come in and stay longer than their allotted time keep others waiting past their slot and that's no fun if you aren't feeling well.

If you become unwell or are injured make sure you choose the right NHS service to make sure you get the best treatment. For more information visit: Choose the Right Service

Practice Nurse Appointments

Our Practice Nurses run clinics mornings and afternoons between 08:00 and 18:00 every day. They offer blood pressure measurement, children's immunisations, travel advice and vaccinations, ear-syringing, dressings and a range of other services.

There is also an early morning session on Wednesdays when the nurse will have appointments available from 07:30.

Blood Test Appointments

If you need a blood test you can phone, call in or book online using Patient Access. These appointments are available every morning from Monday to Friday.

Telephone Advice

To speak to a Doctor or Nurse for non-urgent advice and test results, please telephone between 11:30 and 15:00.

Dispensary Reviews of the Use of Medicines (DRUMs)

The Dispensary Team offer appointments for patients interested in reviewing their medicines and their use. Please speak to the receptionist for more details.

Please call reception on 01295 758372 to book an appointment with one of the team or register with us for Patient Access.

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