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Book your appointments on line

If you would like to book your appointments or order your repeat medication on line please speak to reception who will print you off an access code and password.  Each individual patient will need to provide two forms of ID to join this service to ensure that only the patient can access their information.

Appointments

pen_on_diaryConsultations are by appointment but medical emergencies are dealt with as a priority.

How to book in advance

The practice operates an appointment system and offers pre-bookable appointments up to 2 weeks in advance with the GP of your choice. These appointments are available for booking by contacting reception after 08:00 or by booking online (ask at reception for details)

How to book on the day you need to be seen

From 19.8.2014 we stopped the triage system.  We have gone back to offering book on the day appointments.  These appointments will be available to book from 8am.  Once the appointments have gone for the day reception staff will ask patients if their call is urgent for the day.  If so the GP will ring the patient back in the same manner they do now.  If not urgent the GP will call the patient back within 48 hours.  Patients can still book appointments with the GP of choice, if available, up to two weeks in advance.

 

Online Booking

To book online you will need to set up an account to access the service. This ensures our patients are the only people who can access the system. If you want further details on this service please ask at reception and they will advise you how to proceed

Double Appointments

If you wish to discuss more than one issue please ask the receptionists for a double appointment as in order to minimise the delay for other patients we need to ensure sufficient time is allocated for your appointment.

 Reception 

The receptionists are often your first contact with the practice – making appointments, delivering messages, receiving requests for repeat prescriptions and generally looking after you. They have a difficult job but are always trying to help. All our staff are trained in confidentiality and the patient medical computer system

Chaperones

If you wish a chaperone to be in attendance during your consultation, please advise the receptionist or clinician who will arrange for a member of staff to be present

 

 
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