If you require a call back from a GP in the morning please ring between 8.00-11.00.
We can also offer a call back in the afternoon between 2.00 - 5.00.
Anything inbetween these times is for urgent requests only and will be dealt with by the Duty Doctor and possibly not the doctor of your choice.
If you are unable to ring or accept a return call, you may like to use the askmy GP option where you can give a brief description of your symptoms and a GP will contact you either by telephone or email.
On the day you have a medical problem, ring us in the usual way and our reception staff will take your name, best telephone number to contact you on and ask you in confidence what is the nature of your problem.
The doctor will then call as soon as possible, usually within the hour or at a specified time if more convenient for you. If you have a preferred doctor, please ring on a day that they are working and when possible they will ring you back.
The doctor will discuss the problem with you and work out what to do next. You may want advice, or a prescription, or you may need to come in.
The doctor will arrange an appointment if you need to be seen. Usually this will be the same day, but you can ask for a later day if this is more convenient e.g. to fit around work/allow time to arrange transport to the surgery.
You do not need to ring early, if possible then avoid the rush and ring later as you may find there is a quicker response time later on.
There will be no need to arrive at reception requesting an appointment as you will be rung back in the same way.
Appointments to see our practice nurses e.g. for dressings, smoking cessation, blood tests, chronic disease reviews will be booked through reception as they are currently.
GP Timetable 14.1.19