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Appointments should be booked in advance by telephone, by using EMIS online or in person.

Appointments are generally 10 to 15 minutes long. If you require a longer appointment, please mention when booking and we will try and accommodate you.

We run weekly early morning clinics from 07:30 on Thursday mornings specifically for those who find it difficult to attend during normal hours.


MORNING Appointments

8:30 – 12:00

AFTERNOON Appointments

2:30 – 5:30


Dr Johnson & Dr Shields

Dr Johnson


Dr Shields & Dr Johnson

Dr Johnson & Dr Shields


Dr  Johnson



Dr Johnson or Dr Shields

Dr Johnson or Dr Shields


Dr Shields

Dr Shields

Duty Doctor

New medical problems will be seen as soon as possible. If you need a “same day” appointment or have a query, you can discuss your problem over the phone with the duty doctor. If an appointment is needed, the Doctor will offer one later that morning. Please telephone before 10:00 any weekday morning to access this service.

Chaperone Service

If you would like one of our qualified chaperones to be present during an intimate examination with your GP, please let a staff member know. It may not be possible to arrange this immediately and you may have to return for an appointment at a mutually convenient time.

Translation Service

If you are a Foreign National patient, registered at the surgery and need help in translating your care information when visiting a practice doctor or nurse, please let reception know and we will provide support from the CCG registered provider, Cintra. Google also has a translation service, which is accessible from the following link:

Referral Choice

If the GP decides to refer you for further care, you can have a choice of where you go for your appointment. You can discuss this with the GP  during the appointment or click on the below link for further information

Referral Choice Information

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