Find out more information about the different types of appointments we offer:
Routine GP appointments
Routine appointments are for 10 minutes and are available with the doctor of your choice. These are for non-urgent matters and long-term problems that your regular doctor has been managing on an on-going basis.
A selection of pre-bookable GP appointments are available to book up to 2 weeks in advance and are released on a day by day basis. For early morning appointments the following day, please phone from 2.30 p.m.
If you are aware you will need a longer period of time than 10 minutes to discuss your problem, please inform reception and they will endeavour to accommodate your request.
On the day GP appointments
Alternatively, if you need to see a GP on the same day, reception is available to take appointments from 8.30 a.m.
Nurse Practitioners/Specialist Nurses
Nurse Practitioners and Specialist Nurses have had additional training and are able to examine, diagnose and prescribe for many conditions. They work closely with GPs to ensure appropriate care. During a consultation with either a Nurse Practitioner or Specialist Nurse, however, if it is decided you need to be referred to a GP an appointment will be arranged for you straight away.
You can book an appointment with either a Nurse Practitioner or Specialist Nurse to be seen in relation to the following conditions:
Coughs and colds
Oral problems Gastrointestinal conditions
You can book an appointment with one of our Practice Nurses to be seen in relation to the following:
|Removal of Stitches Contraception
Travel Advice and Vaccinations
Health Care Assistants
Book an appointment with one of our Health Care Assistants for the following:
|New patient checks
|Spirometry (lung function testing)
Weight Loss Advice
Blood Pressure measurement