SURGERY OPENING TIMES
Monday 8.30am– 6.30pm
Tuesday 8.30am– 6.30pm
Wednesday 8.30am– 6.30pm
Thursday 8.30am – 6.30pm
Friday 8.30am – 6.30pm
Monday to Friday- 8.30am- 12.00pm -2.00pm-5.30pm
Monday to Friday- 8.00am- 8.30am – 12.00pm-2.00pm
Results between 2.00pm- 5.30pm
Monday 6.30pm – 7.00pm
Tuesday 7.30am – 8.00am
Wednesday 6.30pm – 7.00pm
Monday to Friday 9.00am-12.15pm- 4.00pm-6.15pm
Emergency appointments are available every morning.
Please telephone between 8.30am-11.00am
Patients stabilised on long-term medicines may request repeat
prescriptions, preferably with their computer printout in
writing, for patients` safety we DO NOT
ACCEPT TELEPHONE PRESCRIPTION REQUESTS. The prescription will be ready for collection after two working days,
or can be posted if a SAE is included in the request.
Friday requests will not be ready until Tuesday afternoon.
Patients are encouraged to visit the surgery wherever possible.
If you feel a visit may be required please telephone the surgery before 11.00am on 023 92 663368
Child Immunisation Clinics are all held in the afternoons. Wart clinics and minor surgical procedures are carried out by special arrangement. Appointments for blood pressure care, diabetic management, asthma, well-women or well-men advice are available in normal surgery times by all the doctors and practice nurses.
HCSW –Debbie Broad - Lucy Tribble
The HSCW offer a blood taking service every morning from 8.30amto 12.noon appointments can be booked at the reception desk
New patient health checks should be booked with the healthcare support workers and you are asked to bring a urine specimen with you when youattend your appointment.
The practice nurses Debbie Spicer and Sue Todd are available daily by appointment. We also have two healthcare support workers.
The triage nurses Alison Horner and Louisa Lochrane are available five mornings a week to see patients who have urgent problems. They may be able to deal with your problem either on the telephone or in person.
Blood Pressure – we would suggest that you have your BP checked at least once every three years. Zoe Girdis our prescribing pharmacist assists us with the management of our hypertension clinic.
Cervical smears – we recommend that all women have a cervical smear following national guidelines.
Childhood Immunisations – the doctor, practice nurse and health visitor can advise you on appropriate immunisation prior to your appointment if you have any concerns.
Pre-conception – before conceiving women can seek advice about pregnancy from the doctor or practice nurse by making an appointment
Stop Smoking Clinic
Smoking – you are advised to stop for your own good health and that of your family. Once you have made the decision to stop we are available for support and advice as required. Ask at the reception desk if you would like to book an appointment for our stop smoking clinic.
Travel vaccinations – the practice nurses offer a comprehensive service for travel advice and vaccinationby appointment.