Our Appointment System
During the current situation we ask you to either telephone the surgery to make an appointment or there are some available to book online if you have signed up to online access.
The receptionist has been asked by the doctors to ask you for a brief description of the problem you are calling in to discuss. A face-to-face appointment will be offerred if it is felt necessary.
We can offer early morning appointments on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays with Dr Pace and later afternoon appointments on Wednesdays with Dr Skinner. We are also offering appointments with the nurse on Monday evenings from 16:30-18:00. These are ideal for those patients who find it difficult to attend the surgery during our normal working hours. Please ask the receptionist if you would like one of these appointments. Please note that blood tests can only be done in the morning, so if these are necessary you will be asked to return to the surgery during the normal working hours.
The nurse can be seen by appointment between the following times:
- Monday-Wednesday: 08:30–12:45
- Friday: 08:30 - 12:45
- Mondays: 16:30–18:00
The nurse is also available to offer advice on a range of medical matters over the telephone. Receptionists will take a message and pass it on to the nurse, who will contact you at a mutually convenient time.
She can often help with problems such as minor injuries, vaccinations, childhood illnesses and family planning. Please make an appointment, or ask to speak to her if you are in doubt, and she can arrange to see you herself or advise you to see a doctor where appropriate.
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