Emergencies outside normal hours
The doctor is part of the primary care centre which provides emergency cover between 6:30pm and 8:00am on weekdays and 24 hours at weekends and bank holidays. 

To contact the emergency doctor please contact 01282 657680 and an answerphone will give you details of the telephone number to ring.  Alternatively ring direct on: 111

All surgeries are run by appointment.  To make an appointment telephone 657680 or call at reception.  If you need to see the doctor urgently please tell the receptionist

Cancelling your Appointment
If you are unable to attend an appointment with one of the doctors or nurses, please telephone or use the link at the bottom of this page to cancel your appointment.

automated-arrivals.jpg Automated Booking System

This system was installed in March 2009.  You can now check yourself in at our touch screen self check in monitor.This enables you to let the doctor or nurse know that you have arrived for your appointment without having to wait behind a long queue at the reception desk or when the receptionist is occupied on the telephone.

Patients simply enter their date of birth via a touch screen keypad, or through unique fingerprint technology on the monitor to confirm their arrival.If you would like to use the 'fingerprint technology' to check yourself in for your appointment, please ask at the reception. 

The system verifies the data and within seconds, confirms the patient's identity, doctor and time of appointment on-screen  whilst simultaneously alerting the receptionist to their arrival on the EMIS system.   This should prove to be useful for patients as they can book in themselves rather than having to wait at the reception desk.

Patient Call System 

Envisage is an advanced visual information system that combines health awareness with communication and patient call.  The practice can run a series of promotional health adverts and practice-focused messages - whilst at the same time calling patients to their appointments.  A screen has been installed to convey important messages to patients while they are waiting for their appointment.

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