We offer 10 minute appointments with doctors and appointments of various lengths with nurses, that can be booked 4 weeks ahead. You can book your GP appointment online (using patient-access if you have already registered), by telephone or in person. E-mail bookings are not accepted. If you have more than one condition that you wish to discuss with the clinician, please advise our Receptionist when booking if you need a longer appointment. We still offer the open access surgeries every morning, however we encourage our patients to pre-book to enable us to manage demand efficiently.
For on line appointments please visit ‘patient-access’.
Please arrive punctually for appointments and let Reception know that you are here.
TO CANCEL AN APPOINTMENT PLEASE:
Text - reply 'CANCEL' to the number provided in the body of your reminder message, or
Telephone - please speak to reception, or
Online - log onto Patient Access.
PLEASE DO NOT EMAIL THE TEXTING SERVICE AS THIS WILL NOT CANCEL YOUR APPOINTMENT
Extended Access in South Worcestershire
Patients across South Worcestershire can now benefit from an enhanced range of extended hours GP services from as early as 7am to 9pm weekdays and weekends.
Patients registered at any of the 32 South Worcestershire practices can make use of these services at a range of locations dependent on availability.
If you are interested in utilising these services, please ask the receptionist for further details.
Do you have a joint or muscle condition requiring treatment? You can now self-refer to physio. Please visit the website below or pick up a referral form from reception.
Telephone advice: You can pre-book a telephone consultation with a GP. Should you require more urgent advice, please ring the surgery and the Duty GP will be asked to call you back as soon as possible.
Should you require medical help or assistance outside of the usual surgery hours, please telephone 111
Evesham Hospital & Princess of Wales Hospital, Bromsgrove both have minor injury units.
For all life-threatening injuries or emergencies, dial 999 or visit A&E
It is the patients responsibility to get to surgery to see a GP if they are unwell, however, if the patient is too ill or usually house bound, you should call for the DUTY GP to arrange a home visit (preferably before 10:30am)
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