The GPs and Treatment Room only work by appointment.

There are two ways to make an appointment:

Making the most of any appointment

  • Although you are registered to one particular doctor, you may book an appointment with any GP in the practice.
  • All appointments may be booked up to six weeks in advance.
  • An Isolation Room is available if you think you may have an infectious/contagious illness – please advise Reception on arrival.
  • Upon arrival, please use the hand gel facilities located in the waiting room in order to aid infection control.
  • Do you have the right appointment? Do you need a double slot?
  • Each child needs an appointment in its own right, even if they have the same problem.
  • Complex ongoing issues may require longer time with your GP.
  • Make a list of your concerns before you arrive. If you have many problems, you may be asked to return at a later date so that each problem can be given the time it deserves.
  • If you have urinary symptoms, please bring a fresh urine sample in a clean container.
  • Please wear loose fitting clothing if you think you will be examined.
  • Arrive early and book in with the automatic system or with Reception. If you are late, you may be asked to rebook.
  • Chaperones are available on request. If possible, please advise Reception at the time of booking your appointment.

If your doctor is running late, please be patient. There will be a genuine reason as to why this has happened. You may need extra time, next time!