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Fill out a simple online form to get advice and treatment by the end of the next working day.

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Please contact 111 during out of hours or 999 if this is an emergency.

How can we help you?

  • Telephone 01287 632206
  • Via the main Reception desk at the practice
  • The practice has a Duty Doctor each day who will complete an assessment of need for any urgent health matters, please contact the practice and speak to the reception team by telephone on 01287 632206.

Urgent Problems

If you have an urgent medical problem you can:

Telephone the Surgery

Telephone 01287 632206 during our surgery opening times.
You will be helped as quickly as possible, either by advice over the telephone from a Doctor, an emergency appointment at the surgery, or by a visit.

Contact NHS 111

Telephone NHS 111 or visit NHS 111 online.
Available 24 hours a day, every day of the year. The online service is for people aged 5 years and over only.

Non-urgent advice: Cancel an Appointment

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.

Call the practice to cancel your appointment: 01287 632206

Or use SystmOnline to cancel an appointment online.


We will always respect your privacy, dignity and your religious and cultural beliefs particularly when intimate examinations are advisable – these will only be carried out with your express agreement and you will be offered a chaperone to attend the examination if you so wish.

You may also request a chaperone when making the appointment or on arrival at the surgery (please let the receptionist know) or at any time during the consultation.


Getting the Most out of a Consultation:

In Great Britain, patients on average have just ten minutes with their GP. The BMA’s Doctor Patient Partnership offers the following advice to help you use this time effectively …

Be Prepared

Make a list of any questions and problems you wish to discuss before hand.

Take a pen and paper as you may want to note down important points.

Wear loose clothing if it’s likely you will need to be examined.

Be prepared to tell your doctor of any non prescription medicines or supplements you are taking.

You can bring someone with you for support.

During The Appointment

Don’t be afraid to ask questions.

If you don’t understand, ask your doctor to repeat it or write it down.

If you are prescribed a drug, make sure you know why it has been given to you, how long to take it for etc. Remember pharmacists are experts in medication and a very useful source of advice.

Be direct. If you have a problem that you find embarrassing or difficult to talk about, don’t leave it to the end of the appointment before mentioning it. Remember your problem is likely to a common one for your GP, who is there to help you.

One problem at a time

If you have several problems it is more effective in the long run to concentrate on just one problem during the consultation than to have to rush through a list of problems. Be prepared to make another appointment so that each problem can be given the time it needs to be sorted out.

Be on Time

Be on time for your appointment, or inform the surgery as soon as possible, if you wish to cancel your appointment.

Separate Appointments

Make a separate appointment for each member of the family.

Under 14 Year Olds

Accompany under 14 year olds. If however, a young person strongly wishes to be treated without his or her parent’s involvement, his or her confidentiality will be respected.

Home Visits

For the majority of cases the best place to be seen is the surgery where the doctors have access to high tech medical equipment. However, for the truly housebound and severely ill, a home visit can be arranged.

PLEASE CALL BEFORE 10AM and give some indication to the receptionist of what is wrong. This information is useful to the doctors in assessing the priority of the visits. Please note that home visits are made for clinical reasons only and not for the convenience of patients. Please give a telephone number where you can be contacted as the duty doctor will ring to assess the need for a home visit first.

Late For Your Appointment

Please attend your appointment on time, if you are late you may not be seen. If you are not seen you may not be able to rearrange your appointment the same day except in the event of an medical emergency that requires immediate attention.

Text Reminder Service

We have a texting service which allows you to receive confirmation and reminders about your appointments.

To have this service you will need to register by completing a consent form.

Please remember to update your contact details with us when you change address, telephone numbers and email address.

SMS / Text Message Consent

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