How To Request An Appointment

You can request an appointment in the following ways:

By making an appointment with the most appropriate person for your needs, you can help to improve the service for all our patients.

Our doctors provide same day, pre-bookable and follow up appointments. The doctors and the minor illness nurse also provide a ‘same day’ service for medical problems that need to be seen quickly. Please ensure you contact us as early as you can in the morning for same day appointments.

Pre-bookable appointments are available up to 6 weeks in advance. These are intended for non-urgent medical problems, long-term complicated health issues, or mental health problems. Where possible, you will be booked in with the doctor of your choice.

If you do not need to see the doctor or nurse face to face, or if there are no appointments left, you can request a telephone consultation.

Self Care

A well stocked medicine cabinet will help you treat minor ailments like coughs, colds, indigestion, cuts and bruises, at home. For more information, please visit our Treatment Room.


Pharmacists offer free professional health advice about everyday illnesses, without the need for an appointment. They can also answer questions about prescribed and over the counter medicines.

Please visit our Prescriptions and Medicines Centre for information about local pharmacies, repeat prescriptions, electronic prescription services and more.

Always consult your doctor if your illness continues or becomes more severe.

Cancelling an Appointment

If you are unable to attend or no longer require an appointment, please let us know so we can offer the appointment to someone else.

To cancel, you can: