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Appointments

Primary Care Extended Access

The surgery operates an appointment system. You will need to telephone or come to the practice during opening hours to make an appointment with the doctor or nurse, or book by smartphone using the following link.   

                                                            www.patient.emisaccess.co.uk  

New: Registered patients can ask to be given online access which enables them to book appointments with their GP through the internet. Please speak to any member of administrative staff if you would like to get online access. Alternatively go to Patient.co.uk and follow the online instructions. You will need to visit the practice with some photo ID to complete the online access registration pathway.

Please note that if you arrive more than 5 minutes late for your appointment, you will need to re-book.

Patients can speak to a doctor or nurse over the telephone during surgery hours.  The receptionist will ask for your details and will pass these to the doctor or nurse on call.  Depending on the urgency, the doctor or nurse will either speak to you straight away or will call you back at the end of the surgery session.

Urgent Appointments

If you need to see the doctor for Urgent Appointments please telephone between 08:30 and  9.00 AM and 3:00 and 4:00 PM

Your Allocated doctor

You will be allocated to a specific doctor at the practice and you will normally be seen by your allocated doctor each time you come.  If your doctor is away, you will be seen by another of the doctors in the practice.  If you attend as an emergency, you will be seen by the doctor on duty. 

How to get to Southgate Road Medical Centre

Buses:  76, 141, 21

How to get to Whiston Road Surgery

Buses:  67,  149,  242,  243

Tube:  Old Street - 15 minutes

Don’t forget...

you don’t always need to see your GP for advice on coughs and other minor health problems.  You can see the practice nurse or local pharmacy instead.

Disabled Access

Disabled access / toilets are available in the surgery

 
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