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How Do I Make an Appointment?

All consultations are by appointment and can be booked from 08.00 by telephone or 24 hours via the website

We also have an app through which you can access appointments here called 'Ask First'

Click here for a leaflet (PDF, 300KB) or visit the following website

We offer routine appointments for both the doctors and nurses which can be booked in advance. We do not offer same day appointments. Currently our waiting times for routine appointments are 2-3 weeks.

If you feel your problem is urgent which cannot wait until the next available routine appointment please inform the receptionist. In order for the receptionist to provide you with the best advice and support please be as cooperative as possible. The receptionist may signpost you to alternative services.

The receptionist may schedule a same day call back from the doctor if possible. However, please keep your phone nearby as he doctor can only call you once. If you miss the call you will be asked to reschedule.

We are open Monday -Friday from 8:00am – 6:30pm.

Monday to Thursday we have late evening appointments up to 7:20pm for Doctors.

Our nurse appointments are now available from 8:00am to 7:15pm on Mondays.

Full details of local care services which one can self refer into without the need to see a Doctor or Nurse are in our Local Care Navigator booklet on our homepage.

Our reception staff will be pleased to help with any further information you may require.

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