We pride ourselves with having an open access surgery every morning so that patients can see a doctor Monday to Friday within 24 hours.  Patients need to come to the surgery between 8.30 am and 10.30 am to be given an approximate appointment timeslot.  You may then leave the premises to return at your approximate appointment timeslot.  We usually have two doctors carrying out the morning surgery.  Unfortunately the number of appointments has to be capped to enable them to carry out other work and so there may be instances where the walk in surgeries are full.

In order to help us to help you if you make an appointment and find that you cannot keep it please let the surgery know so that it can be given to someone else who needs to be seen by a doctor.You never know when it may be you who requires an urgent appointment.


Booking appointments online

We also offer a service which you can book your doctors appointment online.  Please call into reception to register your details with photo ID and you will be given a user ID and password to enable you to create your online account.  Once this has been done, you will be able to book and cancel your doctors appointments online for all the afternoon and evening appointments.  Open surgery is excempt from this facility.


Which Doctor Should I See?

Patients have the right to see any doctor they wish and not just the doctor whose name appears on their medical card.  We have an open surgery between 8.30am to 10.30am every day.  You may have to wait longer to see a doctor of your choice.  If one doctor is particularly busy the receptionists may ask you to see another doctor.


Nurse and Health Care Assistants

We have either a Nurse or Health Care Assistant available for pre-bookable appointments most days.


  • New Patients - Monday pm, Follow up - Wednesdays 1pm to 4pm appointments only


  • The First Friday morning each month by prior appointment.

Telephone Consultations

  • telephone_brownIf appropriate, you may be advised to book a telephone consultation with one of the doctors.

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