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Please take time to read our DNA Policy - this explains what action we will take where patients fail to attend an appointment, or have cancelled it so late that we have been unable to use it for another patient.  DNA Policy

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Flu vaccination appointments are now available.

Please contact reception to book your appointment.

Access to Appointments

Dr Thomson has recently retired from the practice. We have a new GP, Dr Feeney,  who joined us in August. From November onwards we will have some additional locum doctors working in the practice. 

Please be prepared to provide a brief summary of your condition, and help us to answer patient calls as quickly as possible by keeping the discussion to the point.  Our phone lines are very busy first thing in the morning, so if you do not need to be seen on the day, please consider calling later in the day.

Many patients do not need to see a GP on the day for their aildisplay the enclosed poster in your window or noticeboard.Saturday clinic, and would be grateful if you could  go back to a simpment.  We have also provided training to the reception team to ensure that calls are directed to the most appropriate healthcare professional in the first instance.  This is not always a GP, and you could be directed to contact a pharmacist, an optician, a dentist, a nurse, our ANP, or be offered a routine GP appointment in the future. 

By doing this we hope to be able to provide more routine GP appointments as more minor ailments can be dealt with by the nursing team.

Our reception staff are acting on the authority and direction of the GP Partners. They work to the same duties of confidentiality as the rest of the practice team, and are unable to give individual patients special treatment.  We will not accept any abusive or aggressive language or behaviour towards them.

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