If you live alone and have either a high temperature or a new continuous cough or develop a loss of taste or smell, do not leave your home for at least 10 days. If you live with other people, keep them at home for 14 days. To check if you need medical help, use the 111 coronavirus service. Only call 111 if you cannot get help online. DO NOT go to your GP surgery, hospital or pharmacy. Read More.
There are several ways to get the medical advice you need. We offer face to face appointments, telephonic consultations and advice via an online consultation (eConsult).
Appointments are available throughout the day during our opening hours and can be booked by telephone. Please select one of the below appointment types, to get the best suited help on time.
- Cold sores
- Common cold
- Cradle cap (infants)
- Diarrhoea (adults)
- Dry eyes
- Excessive Sweating
- Hay fever
- Indigestion & heartburn
- Infant colic
- Infrequent constipation
- Infrequent migraine
- Insect bites & stings
- Mild acne
- Mild cystitis
- Mild Irritant dermatitis
- Minor burns & scalds
- Mouth ulcers
- Nappy/Heat rash
- Neck pain
- Oral thrush
- Period pain
- Ringworm/athlete's foot
- Sore throat
- Travel sickness
- Warts and verrucae
- Wrist pain
How it works?
- 01Find your symptom, condition or request.
- 02Fill out a quick form.
- 03Your practice responds by phone or email, usually by the end of next working day
Get more control of your health and care
- 01Book and manage appointments at your GP practice
- 02Securely view your GP medical record
- 03Order your repeat prescriptions
- 04Check your symptoms, get instant advice, and more
App tip: Did you know that you can register on NHS app without visiting the practice? Few simple instructions to follow and get it done.
Call the Practice
Save the call to the surgery and make the best use of pharmacy and online consultations, if your concern is of non-urgent nature
Why does the Patient Coordinator(s) need to ask what’s wrong with me?
Our Patient Coordinator(s) are important members of the practice team and it has been agreed they should ask patients ‘why the need to be seen’.
We have trained our Patient Coordinator(s) to ask certain questions to help make sure you receive the most appropriate medical care from the most appropriate health professional at the most appropriate time.