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Patient Information


Routine Appointments

May be arranged by contacting the Medical Centre up to two weeks in advance. Please be punctual. Please let us know if you cannot keep your appointment. Remember, one person only per appointment please. Appointments can be arranged with the doctor of your choice unless your appointment is urgent, in which case you may be asked to see the doctor on call.

Medical Examinations

e.g. insurance, driving and pre-employment.
By appointment.


Urgent Appointments

May be arranged by contacting the Medical Centre as soon as possible.


Sick Children

Having consulted with the doctor on call, sick children will always be seen as soon as possible when brought to the surgery.


Home Visits

If you are too ill to come to the surgery, a home visit can be requested by telephone when the receptionist will ask you to provide details of your symptoms. Requests for house calls should be made whenever possible before 10.00am, so that unnecessary delays are prevented. Please do not abuse this service, as it is reserved for housebound and chronically ill patients.


Out of Hours

The telephone number of the
Out of Hours service is 028 9079 6220
This is for emergencies only.


Medical Students

This practice takes part in the teaching and training of health care professionals


Telephone Advice

A Doctor is available from 9am to 10am, Monday to Friday.

A Nurse is available between 2pm - 2.30pm.


Repeat Prescriptions
Repeat Prescriptions can be requested on-line (if you have registered for this service), by post or in person, either by leaving at reception or in postbox in entrance hall.

You may be able to obtain a repeat prescription without seeing the Doctor
each time. Please allow 48 hours for this to be processed on the computer.

Nursing Services

Treatment Room

For dressings, suture removal, ear syringing, treatment of minor injuries, blood and urine testing and regular injections.


Health Check-Ups

Available by appointment. Please refer to information listed under Clinics.


Travel Immunisation

We are happy to administer NHS travel vaccines after you have contacted a local Travel Health Clinic for assessment as to which vaccines are required. Tetanus and polio are recommended every 10 years for all adults.