nhs flu jabOur Flu Clinics will be starting soon. Patients aged over 65yrs and over, or those in a clinical risk group will receive a letter with an appointment. Please contact the surgery if you have not received your letter by October 31st. Patients aged 18-64 in at risk groups please contact the surgery to make an appointment.



We run a full appointment system. Appointments may be made by telephoning (01329) 823456 or by calling at the surgery. You can also make an appointment via the Patient Access, simply click the link above. 

Routine appointments may be made in advance which will enable us to offer you an appointment at a time more suitable to your requirements.

We aim to provide both pre-bookable appointments and 48 hour access if required. We will always see urgent medical problems the same day. Routine appointments in advance can be made via reception. Requests for sooner appointments if your preferred Doctor is not available and requests for same day appointments are triaged. A Doctor or trained nurse will call you back and offer an appointment appropriate to your needs. Alternatively they also provide telephone advise if you have a problem that can safely be dealt with via the telephone.

The Practice offers a Chaperone service to accompany you, please mention this when attending your appointment

We have a mixture of appointments throughout the day and offer these from 7.30am to 8.00pm including every 4th Saturday morning.

We constantly strive to respond to our patient's needs and welcome your feedback.

Click here for some top tips about getting the best out of your appointment


If you want to cancel an appointment please phone the Surgery during opening hours or email us at telling us when the appointment is and who it is with. It helps us if you can give us as much notice as you can so we can offer the appointment to someone else. Thank you.

You can also sign up to our text reminder service and will then be able to cancel appointments by text message.

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