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Appointments

diaryAppointments can be arranged by telephoning 01706 643183 or by enquiring at the surgery reception in person.  We also have an online service for booking appointments, please ask at Reception if you are not already registered for this (ID is required to register).

All our doctors are available daily at the surgery Monday to Friday except for:

Dr Titterton who is available Monday to Thursday

Dr Zaman who is available Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays (Dr Zaman is currently on maternity leave)

Morning appointments are available from 08.00am and we have early morning appointments starting from 07.00am Monday to Thursday and 07.30am on  Friday. We will endeavour to give you an appointment with the doctor of your choice. However, individual doctors' availability will vary according to the doctors' commitment to particular clinics (see Clinics and Services page), on-call sessions and holiday cover.

Appointments can be booked in advance up to four weeks providing that the information is available.

Urgent Appointments

Patients ill enough to require being seen by a doctor urgently are always given access to a doctor the same day. Genuine emergencies are provided with immediate medical attention. Misuse of these services disrupts the work of the practice and is actively discouraged.

Cancelling Appointments

If you cannot keep your appointment for any reason, please telephone to cancel in good time so that this appointment can be offered to someone else.  There is a designated option on the telephone answering service to make cancelling an appointment easier.  Please press for option 4 and follow the instructions.  You can also cancel your appointments on line.

Please be prompt for your appointment. If you are late please be advised that the doctor or nurse may not be able to see you and you may be asked to book your appointment for another day or time.

 
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