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Appointments

diaryAppointments may be booked either in person,by telephone or on-line. We feel it is very important to be able to book appointments in advance as well as on the day.

Continuity of care is also very important to us. Please inform reception if your problem is one you have previously seen a doctor about. We aim to be able to offer a 'booked telephone consultation' with a doctor of your choice within 48 hours and a face to face consultation within one week.

All patients who wish to be seen urgently will be offered an appointment on that day even if there are no appointments left we will add you as an extra. 

You may also be offered an appointment with our Minor Illness nurse.

Booked telephone consultations:

We are very aware that our patients lead busy lives.  We now offer booked telephone appointments with a doctor. Many problems that don't require physical examination can be succesfully dealt with over the telephone.

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FLU Appointments

Flu surgeries are available from 18th September; if you are over 65 years of age or in a "High Risk" category, please contact the surgery to arrange an appointment.

Telephone Appointments 

We are very aware that our patients lead busy lives.  We now offer booked telephone appointments with a doctor. Many problems that don't require physical examination can be succesfully dealt with over the telephone.

On-Line Appointments 

You can now book an appointment with a Doctor or Nurse via this web-site. Please telephone the surgery for your log on details.

Appointments for repeat prescriptions for the contraceptive pill.   These appointments can now be booked with Sheila Gay, our practice nurse. 

4YP

We are a registered 4YP Practice. 4YP is a a way for young people in Bristol to find free help and advice on sex, relationships and contraception. http://www.4ypbristol.co.uk/

Free NHS Health Checks

Everyone is at risk of developing heart disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes and kidney disease. The good news is that these conditions can often be prevented. We now offer a free NHS Health Check to assess your risk and help you to take steps to maintain or improve your health. Everyone between the ages of 40 and 74 who has not been diagnosed with the conditions mentioned will be able to have a health check once every five years. For more information visit www.nhs.uk\nhshealthcheck

 

 

 
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