New Patient Registration

Application forms can be obtained from the surgery reception. All patients who live within our designated catchment area (see map below) for the surgery can be accepted. If in doubt, please contact the surgery.

Medical treatment is available from the date of registration. Please contact reception for further information.

Making an appointment

We offer a range of pre-bookable routine appointments with Doctors and treatment room nurses, as well as same day appointments for urgent problems.

To make an appointment over the telephone, please contact the Reception Team on 01275 372105 who will be able to help. Telephone lines are open between 08.00 and 18.30 daily, however, the lines are particularly busy from 08.00 until 10.00 every morning so please avoid unless you require an urgent appointment.

We do offer telephone appointments for those problems, which do not necessarily require a face to face consultation. Again, please contact the Reception Team on 01275 372105 who will be able to help.

On-Line appointments

We do now have a limited number of appointments available on-line.

The following steps will help you to get up and running:

  1. Please come into the Surgery and ask one of our Receptionists for a sheet with your secure access details. You will need this to register for the service.
  2. You will see that the sheet contains various numbers which you will need in order to register. Please click here and you will be directed to the registration screens and follow the directions.
  3. Once you have registered, you may log on to the service either by clicking here or clicking on the 'book an appointment' button at the top of the page.
  4. Once you have logged onto the system, you will be presented with the appointments that are available for booking. At present you can book on-line with all of the Doctors.
  5. Unfortunately, we cannot search the system if you lost or forgotten your password. You will need to come into the Surgery and ask one of the Receptionists to re issue you with a registration sheet. You will then need to re register and choose another password. I trust that you understand that this is for security reasons.
  6. On Line requesting is not available to patients under 16 years of age, this is for confidentiality reasons.
  7. These appointments are for routine appointments only. All other appointments for minor surgery and cervical cytology must be made by telephoning the Surgery.

How to Make The Most Of Your GP Appointment

  1. Please be aware that we have 10 minutes per appointment.
  2. We recommend one problem per appointment.
  3. If you wish to discuss multiple issues, please mention this at the start of the appointment so that together we can prioritise what can safely be dealt with today.
  4. If we are running late, we thank you for your patience, the reasons may include:
    • Dealing with a medical emergency
    • Discussing a serious diagnosis
    • Helping an elderly patient
    • Trying to manage the expectations of a patient presenting with multiple problems
    We will endeavour to keep you updated with estimated waiting times
  5. Prior to your appointment we would recommend:
    • Giving an indication of your problem at booking can help your doctor manage the appointment for efficiency.
    • Please be on time for your appointment.
    • Think about your symptoms beforehand, what is worrying you. Maybe make a list, but be aware that we only have ten minutes.
    • Get to the point, don’t save the important issues till the end.
    • Wear accessible clothing if it’s likely you’ll need an examination.
    • Your appointment is booked for you; please don’t expect the doctor to deal with the problem of a relative or child during the appointment. Please make a separate appointment for them if they need to see a GP.

Improved Access for patients

Improving access to general practice: evening and weekend appointments now available

Patients who are registered at this practice can book an appointment to see a GP on weekday evenings (after 6.30pm) or at the weekends. Some GP appointments will take place at this practice and others including nurses appointments at another NHS setting in the area. Talk to the practice receptionist to find out more or book an appointment.

By March 2019 it is the government’s intention that everyone in England will benefit from some access to general practice appointments in the evenings and weekends. This is part of a national drive to help improve access to general practice and get the best possible outcomes for patients. Further information is available at

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