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diaryAll the doctors run morning and afternoon surgeries with 10 minute appointments.

All appointment requests are triaged by the duty doctor who will determine the time scale for you to be seen.  This maybe the same day or dealt with as a routine matter in one-two weeks.  You will receive a call back from either the GP or a member of the reception team offering you a date and time for an appointment.

Please call the surgery as soon as possible after 8.00am if you need a to see a GP that day.  If you want to see a specific GP you may have to wait longer for an appointment

Home Visits

If you are too ill to come to the surgery and you require a home visit, please try and call the surgery before 10.00am.  The receptionist will need to take brief details of your problem so this can be passed to the Duty Doctor who will prioritise your visit.  Home visits take up a lot of the Duty Doctors time and the surgery is by far the best place to diagnose and treat your illness, so if you are mobile, please do try and get to the surgery to be seen.


 St Lukes Appointment SystemAppointment system flow chart


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