Online appointments

The practice is pleased to announce that you are now able to book, check and cancel appointments online 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. In order to use the online Patient access system you will need a User ID and Password which can be acquired from reception.
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Please be aware that to use our online appointment booking service you need to first register for the service.

By telephone

You can call the practice between 8.00am and 6.30pm to book an appointment by telephoning 01788 834830.

In person

You can visit the surgery and book an appointment in person between 8am and 6.30pm


How do I order a repeat prescription?

Repeat prescriptions will be issued at the doctor’s discretion and are normally for patients on long-term treatment.

Requests can be made in the following ways:

1. On-Line

Repeat Prescriptions can be order by following the Patient access link below. In order to use the Patient access system you will need a User ID and Password which can be acquired from reception.

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Please note the following collection dates apply for all repeat prescription orders:

Order Monday Collect Wednesday

Order Tuesday Collect Thursday

Order Wednesday Collect Friday

Order Thursday Collect Monday

Order Friday Collect Tuesday

Order Saturday Collect Wednesday

Order Sunday Collect Wednesday

2. Telephone

To speak to a member of staff to order your prescription please call between 8.00am and 11.00am Monday – Friday on: 01788 834834 or you can leave a message on our 24 hour answer machine service on: 01788 834835.

3. In Writing

Either using the tear-off printed slip attached to your prescription (please indicate with a tick which items you require).

Out of Hours

Please ring 111. Patients are given either telephone advice, appointments at one of the care units, or a home visit is arranged for seriously ill patients. Please note that all calls to the on-call doctors service are routinely recorded. This call is free of charge from land lines and mobile phones.

REMEMBER, for life-threatening emergencies you should go to the nearest accident and emergency department or dial 999.