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You can book and cancel appointments online using this link: Book or cancel your appointment online

NHS England had advised all practices to temporarily suspend face-to-face appointments booked online and offer telephone appointments instead. This is to mitigate any risk that potentially infected patients book appointments online and attend the practice when they should be receiving advice to self-isolate or go through testing.

We are now only offering telephone appointments to book online.

Thank you for your understanding during these exceptional circumstances. We hope to resume normal online services as soon as possible.

Booking an Online Appointment


When you go to the Appointments screen, you will see two Session Types listed.  These are the type of clinic your appointment will be in - Doctor or Nurse


Once you choose a session and click ‘View’, you will see the slot types, which are the type of appointment you can have (TELE BOOK AHEAD and Travel Telephone)


 Appointments Currently Available to Book Online




Appointment Information





A morning or afternoon telephone appointment. 

The appointment time is not when the doctor will call you. If you book a morning appointment, the doctor will call between 9:30 and 12.  If you book at afternoon appointment, the doctor will call between 1:30 and 5.  


Travel Telephone

10 minute appointment with a Practice Nurse who has been specially trained in travel vaccinations.


When booking, please put a comment listing the country (or countries) you are visiting so that the nurse is prepared. 


One appointment per person. If a family is traveling, you will need to book multiple Travel Telephone appointments as the nurse will need to check each patient's record and input the information. It is best to try to book a parent in the first appointment and a child in the next.





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