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FLU CLINIC for patients 65 and over Saturday 6th October from 9 to 11 am

New GP Trainees started 1st August

Dr Aga Louw and Dr Joanna Kyte have replaced Dr Catherine Tichler and Dr Clare Westcott


We have a vacancy for a part time Practice Nurse. Please see the Vacancies page for more details


We have 4 locum nurses helping out until we can recruit a new practice nurse  - Nurse Bela, Nurse Bev, Nurse Nola and Nurse Sarah who all come from other local practices


Our doctors prefer to see their own patients to give good continuity of care but you may consult any of them. Appointments can be made by calling in at the Medical Centre, by telephoning 01628 810242 or booking online.

A routine appointment is 10 minutes. If you think your problem is going to take longer, please ask for a 20 minute appointment. Please make it clear whether an appointment is required for more than one member of your family. This will assist in preparing patient records for the consultations and allocating the appropriate amount of time.

You can also book telephone consultations with the doctors or nurses


A weekend and evening GP and nurse service is also available at the General Practice Hub based at St Mark's Hospital. This is for pre-booked appointments only which can be booked via our receptionists. The GPs and nurses are not from our practice but are able to access your notes with your consent. Online booking is not currently available for this service.

An evening and weekend phlebotomy service (blood tests) is also available at the hub - by appointment only

Telephone Triage Consultations (Duty Dr system

For patients requiring urgent same day assistance we operate a Duty Doctor telephone triage system.

This enables the Doctors to manage and prioritise patients themselves according to clinical need and urgency.

The receptionists will ask for information on the symptoms to make sure the Doctor knows the nature and urgency of the problem and will take a contact number

Patients are placed on the triage list and the Doctor will ring the patient back during their Duty session. We have a Duty Doctor every morning and every afternoon.

In many cases the matter can be resolved during the call with advice but if a face to face consultation is needed – the doctor will arrange a time directly with the patient.

This may be to come down and see the Duty Doctor or to see one of the other doctors at a suitable time.

The advantage of this system is that the Doctor can provide advice and assistance to far more people than could be seen in a normal clinic session.



If you cannot attend an appointment for any reason please inform us as soon as possible in order for us to give the slot to someone else.

89 patients did not attend in June which means 89 patients who could have used those appointments did not get them.

You can cancel by phone, by texting back cancel to a text reminder or cancel online even if you did not book the appointment that way.

Running to Time

We do our best to run to time. If you want to discuss several problems with your doctor, please book a double appointment so that you don't keep other patients waiting.


If a doctor or nurse needs to examine you and you would like to be chaperoned, please mention this before the examination.

Do you need to see a doctor?

Please consider whether your problem or condition could be handled effectively by one of the other healthcare professionals in the practice, for example the practice nurses.

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