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A number of appointments are allocated for pre-booking, and reserved for on line booking via the E-Consult system .
Urgent appointments are dealt with on the day.
Appointments can be booked up to 3 months in advance. To arrange an appointment please ring the practice and speak to the receptionist during surgery opening hours.
You can also make an appointment on line – please ask at reception for an on line application form. The receptionist will explain the procedure.
All our staff are trained to ensure you are directed to the correct clinical/admin. person. Please give them as much information as you can.
As part of the extended GP Service, we are also able to offer the services of a doctor at the GP Hub situated in Buckland Hospital. This service is available from 08.00 - 20.00 seven days a week depending on the availability of a GP. It is by appointment only and can be booked either through the surgery or 111 when the Surgery is closed.
Please telephone before 11am for home visits, except in emergencies.
Home visits take up much more time than surgery appointments so please come to the surgery if at all possible.
Children should always be brought to the surgery for non-urgent complaints rather than having a home visit and will been seen as soon as possible after arrival at the surgery. Children with urgent complaints should be taken to the nearest A&E Department.