Make an Appointment
The Surgery is changing to a NEW appointment system, AskmyGP on Monday 17th September.
AskmyGP makes it faster and easier for patients to get help. The new service will respond to all patient contacts within an hour or a time of your convenience and offer to see those that need to be seen within the same day. Our new service supports patients to access clinical advice, quickly.
To request help from a GP or Nurse Practitioner click here
For further information on the AskmyGP system, click here
You are able to make your request for clinical help through AskmyGP 24/7, we aim to reply during working hours Monday-Friday 08.00am-06.30pm
Our phone lines are open Monday-Friday 08.00am-06.30pm
When calling the practice, please be aware that the receptionist, on behalf of your GP, may ask for some brief information about the reason for your call, this is to ensure that you receive the most appropriate help. Our receptionists are here to help and are governed by the NHS code of confidentiality.
Please see below the rota’s for the new few weeks so you can see which days the GP’s and NP’s are working.
If you wish to be accompanied by a chaperone for any consultation, examination or procedure please let a receptionist or the doctor or nurse involved know. If there is no chaperone available, you may be asked to re-schedule your appointment.
Our Doctors and Nurse Practitioners are happy to see patients at home who are too ill or too disabled to attend the surgery. Any requests for home visits should be made by 10.30am.
Appointment Reminder Service
We have a free text messaging service to remind you of any appointments that you have made, you will receive a text message the day before your appointment and you can text back to cancel it if you can no longer attend.
If you would like to receive reminders please complete the form below and hand it in to a member of the reception team.