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You can make an appointment by ringing 01244 385553 Monday - Friday 8am - 6.30pm.

All consultations with the practice team are by appointment only. You can telephone for an appointment with a doctor on the day you wish to be seen. However, please note we also have appointments for both GP's and Nurses that can be booked in advance; ask at reception for details

Please Note: We do not take appointment requests via email.

Consultation Days

Dr J Cain

  • Tuesday - AM/PM
  • Thursday - AM/PM

Dr M Allan

  • Monday - AM/PM
  • Tuesday - AM/PM
  • Wednesday - AM
  • Thursday - AM/PM
  • Friday - AM/PM

Dr K Henry

  • Monday - AM/PM
  • Wednesday - AM
  • Thursday - AM

Dr S Leitch

  • Monday - AM/PM
  • Tuesday - AM/PM
  • Wednesday - AM/PM
  • Friday - AM/PM

Dr D Kelly

  • Thursday - AM/PM
  • Friday - AM/PM

Consultation Times

The consultation sessions are 8.30am - 11am, and 2.30 - 5pm.

We also have a small number of extended hours appointments from 8.10am - 8.20am and 6pm - 6.20pm.

These early morning and late evening appointments are to accommodate patients that work between the hours of 8.30am - 5.30pm in line with Government expectations.

We also have three GP Registrars available for appointments on various days, please check with reception.

 

Practice Nursing Team

We have two Practice Nurses and a Health Care Assistant who are available for appointments throughout the week.

Our Health Care Assistant does ALL our blood tests and ear syringing. Blood tests are not available on Thursdays or Fridays.

If you do need a blood test you can go to the hospital and you can get a blood form printed from reception.

The HCA CANNOT do blood tests for under 15yr olds. There is a drop in for ages 12-15 at the COCH.

The Practice Nurses DO NOT do blood tests.

The Practice Nurses do our COPD & Asthma chronic disease annual reviews.

It helps our Practice Nurse to know a 'brief reason' for your appointment when booking this with the Receptionist so we can allocate you enough time for your procedure, i.e. blood test, smear, gynae exam, chronic disease check, dressing, minor op, injection, blood pressure.

These all have specific time slot and if we don't allocate you enough time you may be asked to re-book.

We appreciate you help with this.

On-Line appts – ‘Patient Access’ (and repeat medication ordering)

We now offer appointments on-line and you are welcome to start register for this new service. You can either come in to the practice and ask the receptionist for a letter which will give you access details or you can visit this website:

If you register on-line without the letter from the practice you will need to bring in ID (ie Passport or Driving licence) in order to be given full access to the service. You will only be able to book one appt on-line until you do this.

Once fully registered you will also be able to order your Repeat Medication via this service too.

If you forget your passwords at any time once registered the practice cannot access this, you will need to use the 'forgotten password' option on your own computer.  Due to security measures, the practice will not be able to access your password for you.

If your mobile telephone changes please ensure you let us know so you are contactable by the practice if needed.

Urgent Appointments

There is an urgent Duty Doctor session available every morning and every afternoon until 6pm.

Medical Training

As the practice is a Training Practice, occasionally medical students or student nurses may sit in on consultations, but only with your prior permission.