appointment_1Please try to arrive in good time. The most common reason for appointment delays is late arrivals.

In some cases a late patient may have to wait until the end of a surgery to see the Doctor or have their appointment cancelled.

Urgent Appointments

Urgent Appointments will be dealt with the same day, preferably in the mornings.  Please telephone as early as possible.  You will be given advice or an appointment as necessary.

Improved Access

We are working to improve access to appointments for our patients, in particular at evenings and weekends. If you would like to be offered one of these appointments, please ask your surgery. These appointments may be at a different site e.g.  the Urgent Treatment Centre at Bournemouth Hospital. - March 2018


If you wish to have a chaperone present during your examination, please ask and one will be provided.

Please Remember

Patients are expected to attend for the appointments they have made with any health care professional. If this is not possible for any reason, patients are requested to contact the surgery as soon as possible so their appointment can be cancelled and offered to another patient.

Patients are reminded that the surgery is a total No Smoking environment and patients are also requested to turn off mobile telephones on entering the premises.

Your co-operation is appreciated.

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