Please attend or telephone the surgery any time during working hours to make an appointment to see the doctor, nurse or other member of our clinical team.
You may also book online via the link at the top of this page. Please use our online Register for Online Services form to sign up for this service.

Consultations usually last for 10 minutes with the doctor; times vary with the nurse and the other clinics depending on the need. If you wish a friend or relative to accompany you they may do so.

If you want to see a specific Doctor you may have to wait until they are next in surgery. If you do not want to be seen on the same day appointments can be pre- booked, in advance. Remember to cancel your appointment if you cannot make it.

Appointments can be made to see the Nurses by booking in advance.

Telephone Appointments

For clinical issues that can be resolved on the phone the Surgery offers a limited number of slots at the end of morning surgery when you can speak to the doctor or practice nurse. These appointments should be booked on the day via reception.

The Doctors are quite prepared to give telephone advice where appropriate. It is easier if they have seen you before for a similar issue.

If you would like to speak to the Doctor for advice then please telephone the surgery.

Health Checks

NHS checks are offered once every five years to people aged between 40 and 74 who do not have an existing vascular condition. The check is to assess your risk of developing heart disease, stroke, kidney disease or diabetes.


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.

Please think twice before making an appointment – do you really need to see a doctor?

Have you tried simple home treatments?

  • Our Health Visitors (0118) 937 4457 can assist with many problems related to babies and post-natal mums.
  • Your local pharmacist can provide treatment for many common conditions and advice about staying healthy, choosing medicines for common ailments as well as advise if you are unsure about seeing a doctor.
  • You can call NHS 111 if you need medical help fast but it’s not a 999 emergency. It is a free number to call which is available 24/7.