APPOINTMENTS CAN BE BOOKED BY ONE OF 3 WAYS
- On-line (use the link above)
(Login and password needed from the practice reception,
for instructions view the online appointment booking guide)
2. Telephone - Please ring the practice during practice opening hours.
3. In Person - You may arrange your appointment at reception.
When you contact the Surgery to book an appointment you will be offered the choice either Urgent Care or Planned Care.
We offer many appointments that can be booked in advance for routine problems or for follow up appointments. For urgent problems you will need to choose the Urgent Care Centre option where a GP will telephone you back.
ONLINE NURSE APPOINTMENTS:
CONTRACEPTIVE INJECTION appointments: if you are a female patient currently receiving the depo injection for contraception you can now book these online. If there aren't any available appointments at a suitable time then please contact the surgery. If you are considering starting these injections for contraception then please ring the surgery and reception staff will be able to book you a more appropriate appointment.
PHLEBOTOMY appointments: ONLY book appointments for blood tests that have been requested by a clinician or are part of an annual review.
PATIENTS ATTENDING FOR A NURSE APPOINTMENT THAT HAS BEEN BOOKED INAPPROPRIATELY WILL BE TURNED AWAY
If you would like a chaperone for your appointment please ask the receptionist when you book in preferably, or on arrival for your appointment.
Please cancel any unwanted appointments. If you have an online login you can cancel pre-booked doctors appointments there. It's quick and convenient and releases the appointment for others immediately.
Patient Online Access – Keeping Your Online Records Secure Having access to your records online is a great way to get involved in looking after your health. Your records contain personal information, so it’s important to keep them safe. You should take the same care with your health and social care records as you do if you use online banking. Here are some tips on how to keep your records safe:
- If your record provider created a password for you as part of your log-in details, you should change it as soon as possible.
- Use a strong and memorable password that is at least 8 characters long.
- Do not write your password down or share it.
- Do not use words in your password which may be easy for others to guess, such as the names of your relatives or pets.
- Always log out of your records when you have finished using them.
- It is best to view your records when you are somewhere private, and on your own computer or mobile device.
- If you print information from your records make sure it is stored securely.
Further information and advice about keeping your online health and social care record safe and secure is available here.