Make an appointment
Until further notice, in order to minimise the risk of the spread of coronavirus for anybody requesting an appointment, we will initially offer our patients a telephone consultation with a GP.
Once you have discussed your symptoms with the GP, where appropriate you will be asked to attend the surgery.
We have temporarily removed the facility to book appointments online.
This is a precautionary measure and we would ask patients to contact the surgery to book an appointment rather than coming in to make your appointment in person.
Thank you for your co-operation at this time.
To make an appointment please contact reception in person or on the telephone.
Doctors surgery times
Surgeries are held every day in the morning from 8.30 am until 12 pm. Afternoon surgeries are held daily between 4 pm and 6 pm Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday. The Surgery is closed from 1.00 pm on Thursdays.
Not all of the doctors are in every day. We will always try to get you an appointment with someone within 48 hours.
If you feel that the problem is urgent and can not wait until the next working day then please inform the receptionist and every effort will be made to see you on the day.
Nurses surgery times
Our Senior Practice Nurse Tracey Barton, runs clinics Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday mornings, and Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday afternoons.
Our Senior Practice Nurse Kim Lindop, runs clinics on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday mornings & Monday, Tuesday, and Friday afternoons.
Health care assistant
Our senior health care, Karen Hassall runs a clinic on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday mornings & Tuesday & Wednesday afternoon.
Louise Williams our community midwife is on-site at the surgery from 9.30 every Tuesday. An appointment is required.
Extended Primary Care Services
GP and Nurse appointments are now available in your area during the evenings and at the weekend. To book an appointment contact your practice.
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