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May is National Smile Month

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National Smile Month MAY

How to See a Doctor or Nurse


You can make an appointment with any doctor in the Practice. We have surgeries starting from as early as 7.30am some mornings until early evening.

For certain examinations it will be necessary to arrange an appointment with both the nurse and doctor together, if you anticipate this may be necessary, please let the receptionist know.

Normal appointments can be booked up to four weeks in advance.  There is also the option of arranging a 48 hour appointment whereby you can call the Surgery first thing at 8am for an appointment two working days later.  Please note that the phone line is always busier in the first part of the morning.

Please try to avoid phoning first thing in the morning for routine appointments.

If your concern is urgent and you need to see a doctor the same day, we do have a triage system in place where the receptionist will take a note of your symptoms and your contact telephone number and a doctor will call you back and decide from there the best course of action.

Keep it or Cancel It

If you have an appointment which you no longer require or are unable to keep, please inform us as soon as possible.  We need to know at the very least, one hour in advance so as to offer the appointment to someone else who needs it.

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