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We are now offering FREE NHS HEALTH CHECKS to all patients between the ages of 40-74, who do not have any long term health conditions.  Please contact us if you meet those criteria and ask to book in for a NHS Health check.

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We are now using a TXT message reminder service and so you may be asked to provide your mobile number when booking an appointment, if we do not already have it.  If you do not wish to receive these reminders - please just let us know.

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Consultations are by appointment only. 
Telephone 01752 840115, visit reception or you can book on-line if you have registered to use EMIS ACCESS.  Please ask at reception for details on how to do this.

To book an appointment on-line via EMIS ACCESS once you have registered for this service, go to the link above

It is possible to book a GP appointment up to 2 weeks in advance.  Appointments are also available to be booked on the day, to enable you to be seen as quickly as possible.

We have GP appointments on some Saturday mornings, early morning and late afternoon.  These routine appointments are to enable patients who find it difficult to attend during the week, possibly due to work committments, to be seen more easily.  During these extended surgeries the surgery is not open for general enquires, and any urgent medical problems will still be dealt with by our "out of hours" provider. 

Our doctors like to look after their own patients, to give continuity of care. Should the doctor you wish to see be fully booked or on holiday the receptionist will offer you an appointment with another doctor.

The Practice Nurses are available each day and the phlebotomists are available each morning.

Practice Nurses also run dedicated Health Promotion Clinics please ask the receptionist for an appointment.

 
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