|Monday||8.00am – 6.30pm|
|Tuesday||8.00am – 6.30pm|
|Wednesday||8.00am – 6.30pm|
|Thursday||8:00am – 6.30pm|
|Friday||8.00am – 6.30pm|
How to Make an Appointment
Our healthcare team comprises a wide range of professionals.
For day to day appointments you might be seen by either a nurse or a doctor depending on the nature of the problem. Our practice nurse team are specially trained to assess and treat a wide range of health conditions meaning that it will not always be necessary to see a doctor.
We also have pre-bookable appointments for future dates.
|On the day||Our surgery has moved to a triage system, to help deal with patient demand. Not all patients need to be seen, but they will be seen if it’s needed. This means that when you call the surgery, you will be asked some details, which will be passed to the Doctor. If the Doctor thinks that they can deal with it over the phone, they will call you back within four hours. If the doctor thinks that you need to be seen, they will ask reception to book you an appointment.|
|Evening and Weekend Hubs||For information on evening and weekend hubs, select here.|
|Telephone Consultations||You can also make an appointment for a telephone consultation with a GP if you do not think that the doctor will need to examine you.|
|Nurse Appointments||The Practice Nurses can help you with a range of issues from health management to vaccinations.|
|Book in Advance||You can book 4 weeks in advance.|
|Out of Hours||If you have an urgent health problem which cannot wait until the surgery is open please call 111.|
|Online Services||Patients can book appointments in advance using our online booking system.|