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Please note the eConsult service is not monitored outside our normal surgery opening hours.Any eConsult request you submit outside of our normal surgery opening hours will not be read by a doctor until we open the next working day.

Please note eConsult will not be available during the Christmas and New Year holiday on the following dates:


 New Year

31 December 2020, 3pm  to Monday 4 January 2021, 7:59am

NHS 111 can help if you have an urgent medical problem when your GP practice is closed. Dial 111 on any phone for advice, or visit the NHS 111 website –

 Remember to call 999  at any time in a medical emergency. This is when someone is seriously ill, or injured, and their life is at risk.

Use our eConsult online portal to self check your symptoms and receive medical advice 24/7.Why wait to speak to someone at the Practice when you can start your consultation immediately using e-consult? 

Please login as Guest to avoid delays in submitting an eConsult.

Our telephone lines have become increasingly busy causing long queues and much frustration.  We are now adopting eConsult in order to relieve the pressure on the phones. This has proved successful for many other surgeries. Please help us keep phone queues short by using eConsult if you are an internet user.  This will leave lines free for patients without it.   They will be taken verbally through an eConsult form so there is no advantage to phoning unless you have to.

From Monday 5th October, all GP appointment requests should be made by eConsult. If you have been asked to book a review appointment, do not complete your eConsult until the date your review is due. This is because you will be offered an appointment within 3 days.  If you submit to early, you will have to repeat this at the appropriate time.  

You can submit eConsults for nurse and HCA appointments but these can still be booked by phone.

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(Site updated 08/01/2021)
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