Our aim is to provide a comprehensive, friendly, professional and personal primary health care service with time to discuss our patients’ health care concerns.
We will make it as easy as possible for our patients to make an appointment to see their doctor, nurse or other health care professional whilst meeting targets set by the Government.
We are actively involved in both the training and professional development of all members of the healthcare team. This includes undergraduate and post graduate training of both doctors and nurses.
We strive to be part of our local community and a centre for excellence in the provision of Primary Health Care with ‘in house’ provision of a range of medical services. We will provide this service by maintaining an efficient and effective business.
Call First – New Appointment System
From 12th July we are changing to ‘Call First’ appointment system to improve access to the doctor of your choice and ensure you are seen by the right person at the right time. Patients will be able to speak to the doctor of their choice (if available) or another doctor on the day they call and the doctor will see them that day if required. Please ring on the day you wish to be seen.
We will still have a duty doctor available every day to deal with any urgent problems.
For more information including Frequent Asked Questions (FAQ) see our news page or call into the surgery reception for a leaflet.
Our surgery has been designed to provide easy access for the disabled and the elderly. A wheelchair is available at reception. We also have a wheelchair available for short-term loans for patient use outside of the surgery (just ask at reception). Disabled ladies can be offered well woman care and smears at home if they are housebound. Hearing loops are on reception and a portable hearing loop can be taken into the consulting rooms.
(Site updated 10/10/2018)