If you have a medical issue that you feel is urgent and needs to be dealt with that day, please call either Surgery between 9.00am and 10.30am.
You will be added to the GP/ANP call list and they will call you back that morning. If they need to see you following the telephone consultation, they will give you a face to face appointment time. If the matter is not deemed urgent, you will be given a routine face to face appointment by the GP/ANP.
If you have a routine medical issue or need a follow up appointment, you will be offered a routine telephone appointment. You will be given a date and time for this call, the GP/ANP will call you. If the GP/ANP feel they need to see you following the telephone consultation, they will give you an appointment to see you face to face.
Please note that for all telephone consultations (whether urgent or routine) the GP/ANP will call you three times. If you do not answer any of the three calls, your appointment will be marked as ‘completed’ and you will need to arrange a further appointment.
We have a standard weekly GP/ANP rota which only changes if a GP/ANP is on annual leave or away on training. We no longer publish changes to the rota as often this can change and is very time consuming to keep updated which is not something we have the time to do (we hope you can understand).
These are for the elderly, infirm and those who are genuinely too ill to come to the surgery. These are not available where transport for the patient is the issue. It is the responsibility of the patient to get to the surgery using family, friends, neighbours, public transport or taxis.
Please telephone before 10.30am if you require a visit.
Requests received after this may not be met.
Owned and run by the NHS, the NHS App is a simple and secure way to access a range of NHS services on your smartphone or tablet.
The NHS App enables people to:
- Book and manage appointments
- Check their symptoms using the health A-Z on the NHS website
- Find out what to do when they need help urgently using NHS 111 online
- View information regarding organ donation
- Choose whether the NHS uses their data for research and planning
Patients can register and prove who they are so they can:
- Order their repeat prescriptions and view, set or change their nominated pharmacy, where they want their prescriptions to be sent
- View their GP medical record securely
All GP practices in England are connected to the NHS App. This means that anyone aged 13 and over and registered with a GP practice in England can use it.
You can find out more about NHS accounts and sign up on the website.
To download the NHS App use the links below.