Are you a new patient wondering if you can register with the surgery? If so, please read our page regarding joining the practice
‘Same day’ appointments are available in person from 8:30 am weekdays. Booked appointments for the weekend can be made by telephoning the Practice at 12:30 pm on Wednesdays or, in person or by using NHS App.
You can book to see a doctor or nurse. Our experienced nurses are able to deal with a wide range of medical problems – These problems can be dealt with by a nurse, via online booking AND reception:
These problems can be dealt with by a nurse, accessible via reception only:
Unfortunately, we cannot accommodate intrauterine device (IUD) fittings/contraceptive sub dermal implant insertion and removals, travel advice and immunisations, and medicals in ‘Same Day’ appointments-please ask at reception for more information.
Our ‘same day’ appointments are available Monday – Friday from 8.30 am. These are allocated on a ‘first come, first served basis’. Come to the surgery and you will be allocated an appointment time for that day. You can choose either to sit and wait or return for your appointment. We have recently implemented ‘same day’ and it is proving to be very popular. We aim to provide a large number of ‘same day’ appointments each day.
|Monday||07.00 – 19.00|
|Tuesday||07.00 – 19.00|
|Wednesday||07.00 – 19.00|
|Thursday||07.00 – 19.00|
|Friday||07.00 – 19.00|
|Saturday||09.00 – 13.00|
|Sunday||09.00 – 13.00|
Text message reminders
If you have a booked appointment you will receive a text reminder approximately 24 hours beforehand.
How to Cancel an Appointment
If you no longer need the appointment you can cancel it by replying ‘cancel’ to the text, or by logging into Patient Access and cancelling it, or by ringing reception on 0113 2954488.
Please make the effort to cancel your appointment if you don’t need it, someone else will certainly be able to make use of it!
If you would like a chaperone to be present during your appointment, please advise the receptionist, either when making your appointment or when ‘checking in’
A chaperone is usually a clinician, who is present when there is an intimate examination, or when the subject matter poses the risk of a misunderstanding