Due to the current situation with Coronavirus, our normal appointment booking system is unavailable. However, an excellent way to access our services is via the e-consult system, which can be accessed here


We run an appointment system at each surgery. Appointments can be made in person between 08:30 and 18:00, or by telephoning between 08:00 and 18:30 Monday to Friday.

Online Booking

To register for these services please visit our surgery with one form of photographic identification, either a passport or driving license. Your security details will then be issued to you. Under 16’s can also be registered and will be provided with individual log in details in the same way, therefore, parents and guardians will need to ensure these security details are kept secure.

Once registered you can access the system via the link at the top of this page.

We offer appointments from 08:30 but individual doctors' times vary according to other commitments at the other branch surgery etc.

If your request for an appointment is not urgent, wherever possible would you please telephone the surgery after 10:00. Your co-operation would be appreciated.

Telephone Triage

If your request for an appointment is "for today" a doctor may telephone you to discuss your requirements so that you are dealt with in the most appropriate manner. This will involve the GP phoning you back within a relatively short time to discuss your needs.

Telephone Access

The doctor may not be able to speak to you during surgery unless your enquiry is urgent. The doctor will usually be able to ring you back after morning surgery by arrangement with the receptionist.


We are happy to communicate with our patients by email however, it is not a suitable means of communication for urgent matters or booking appointments and patients are advised to telephone in such circumstances.  NON URGENT medical queries can be submitted via e-consult.


If you cannot attend an appointment for any reason please inform us as soon as possible in order for us to give the slot to someone else.

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