To use our automated appointment system, ring 01905 22888 option 1 at any time.
Listen to the options and please choose appropriately. Appointments and general enquiries is option 4.
If you have registered for Appointments & text reminders you can login here : Appointments Online
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An appointment system is in place. Please book in advance for doctors appointment's, if you ring on the day you will be offered an advanced nurse practitioner firstly. Anything they cannot deal with will be passed over to the Duty Doctor.
We have 2 nurse practitioners who can prescribe. They are able to see patients with illnesses and injuries and provide treatment and advice.
Our Advanced Nurse Practitioners can treat:
Minor Illness, e.g. ear pain/discharge, acute cough, cold and flu symptoms, new onset of throat/mouth symptoms (tonsillitis, thrush, etc), new onset of eye symptoms, e.g. conjunctivitis, cystitis/new urinary symptoms, acute wound infections/cellulitis, viral illness, sinusitis, new onset dizziness/vertigo, new onset of abdominal pain, new onset of headache, mild anxiety/depression
Minor Ailment, e.g. hay fever, insect bites and stings, rashes, including impetigo and scabies, eczema/dermatitis (acute), fungal skin infections, allergies, e.g. rashes, hay fever, etc., emergency contraception, worms, headlice, acute breast symptoms, nail infections, diarrhoea and vomiting, acute constipation, nappy rash
Minor Injury, e.g. acute back pain, any minor injury to limbs, neck pain (new onset), wounds, animal/human bites, minor cuts and abrasions, minor burns and scalds, including sunburn, minor head injury (no loss of consciousness)
Telephone 01905 22888 at any time. When the surgery is closed, an answer machine will give you a number to phone. In the event of a medical emergency occurring between the hours of 6.30pm-8.00am (Monday-Friday), Friday 6.30pm until Monday 8.00am, or at all times on a Bank Holiday please phone 111
The surgery is suitable for patients confined to wheelchairs.