Surgery Opening Times:  Receptionists are available Monday to Friday 8.00am to 6.30pm


Our appointment system is primarily book on the day.  If the Doctor of your choice is available, we will be happy to book you in with them.  We have a proportion of our appointments available for booking in advance, which are available by contacting the surgery or online.  A selection of appointments are released on a daily basis online from 7:30 am or you can contact the surgery by telephone from 8am, Monday-Friday. 

You will be asked to give a brief description of the medical condition - this is so that we can direct you to the most appropriate clinician.

If more than one person per family needs seeing, please book a separate appointment for each person.

CHAPERONE POLICY: If you would like a chaperone to  be present at your appointment with a clinician, please speak to Reception.

On-line booking - patients aged over 16 will be able to book routine appointments with your GP online.  You will need to attend reception in person with 2 lots of ID (to include photo ID and proof of residency) and you will be given a registration form to register online.  NOTE:  If you are registered for online ordering of repeat prescriptions then you can use the same password to book and cancel appointments.



Extended Hours

Pre-booked Doctor appointments are also available as follows:

Tuesday  18:30 - 19:20 1 doctor on a rota basis

Wednesday 07:00 - 07:40 1-2 doctors on a rota basis

Saturday (one a month) 08:00 - 10:20 2-4 doctors on a rota basis

Improved Access Appointments


Monday – Friday:  18:30 – 20:00

Saturday & Sunday:  08:00 – 12:00


For an Improved Access Appointment please ring 01905 969864

Texting reminder service

We operate a text service to keep you up to date with your appointments here at the surgery. 

This service also allows you to cancel your appointment if you don’t need it, by following some on-screen instructions.

In order for you to benefit from this service it is important you inform us of your mobile number and keep us updated of any changes.  You can do this via your online access.

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