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Monday

Dr Long

Dr Cockill

GP Registrar

Dr Batley

Dr Long

Dr Cockill

GP Registrar

Dr Batley

Tuesday

Dr Miller

Dr Cockill

GP Registrar

Dr Miller

Dr Cockill

GP Registrar

Wednesday

Dr Long

Dr Batley

Dr Foley (from 8/8/22)

GP Registrar 

Dr Long

Dr Batley

Dr Foley  (from 8/8/22)

GP Registrar

 

Thursday

Dr Long

Dr Batley

Dr Cockill

Dr Foley (from 8/8/22)

GP Registrar
 

Dr Miller

Dr Long

Dr Batley

Dr Foley (from 8/8/22)

GP Registrar

 

Friday

Dr Miller

Dr Cockill

Dr Foley (from 8/8/22)

GP Registrar

Dr Miller

Dr Cockill

Dr Foley (from 8/8/22)

GP Registrar

 

 

Not all problems need a face to face consultation with the GP.   Currently all GP appointments are carried out by telephone first and then, if the doctor thinks you need to be seen, he or she will make you an appointment.   We ask that you use E-Consult where possible or, if you need to, the receptionist will need to ask  you some questions before making you a telephone appointment.  People who would rather not say what the problem is makes it difficult to ascertain how quickly the doctor needs to ring them.   If you book online, we ask that you add what the problem is to the appointment please. 

All urgent cases are seen on the day.  If your condition is non-urgent, you can expect to speak to a GP within 24 hours or whenever suits you best.  

If you have more than one problem, please ask for a double appointment.

Extended Hours - not currently available

Appointments for Young People

We realise it can be very difficult for young people with problems to speak to the doctor or a nurse, especially in a small village.     We are here to help you with any problems you might have including contraception, teenage pregnancy, relationship problems, bullying or abuse.   We are looking at ways in which we can improve the service with our Patient Group and would welcome any young people to help us with this.

If you are under 16 and presumed to be competent to give consent for your own medical care, you will be offered an appointment, unaccompanied, if you so wish.  We will always encourage you to attend with a responsible adult but this will only be a requirement if, after discussion with you, your safety is thought to be at risk.

Treatment will be kept completely confidential by everyone in the   practice unless the doctor has reasonable grounds to suspect that you are suffering, or likely to suffer, significant harm.

In emergency situations when a   parent/guardian or other relative is unable to be contacted and a young person does not have the capacity to consent for him or herself, we will provide immediate necessary treatment on the   basis that it is in the patient’s best interests.

See ‘Clinics & Services’ for appointments with the practice nurse, district nurses and other members of the team

Cancellations

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.

DURING POWER CUTS WE HAVE NO PHONE SYSTEM SO PLEASE TURN UP AT THE DOOR AND YOU WILL BE SEEN (DURING NORMAL SURGERY HOURS). 

 

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