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Appointments

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It is possible to book appointments up to four weeks in advance by ringing Reception, preferably after 10.00am when the phones are less busy. You can also call into surgery or book your appointment on line (via our website) or by downloading the NHS APP to your smart phone or tablet, if booking appointments on line you must only book for the person who is seeing the clinician, not other family members (children).  If you have more than one problem to discuss with a GP please ask Reception to book you a double appointment.

Telephone Calls

Some problems can be dealt with over the telephone.  These are appropriate, for instance, if you need to discuss a problem with a Doctor but not necessarily face to face.  To book, simply ask the Receptionist.

Urgent Assessment Clinics

Held from 8.30am - 9.30am each morning Monday at Oulton Surgery and Marsh Street Surgery. Tuesday and Thursday at Oulton Surgery and Wednesday and Friday at Marsh Street Surgery.  These appointments are for patients (registered at Oulton Surgery, Marsh Street or Swillington Surgery) needing immediate medical attention only on the day.  Please report to reception on arrival.

Family Planning / Sexual Health Clinic

We offer a walk in family planning / sexual health clinic with either a Nurse Practitioner or Practice Nurse at Oulton Medical Centre every Monday (except bank holidays) 4pm-5.30pm.

GP appointment? Don't need it? Cancel it!

We know people forget things, cancelling GP appointments being one of them.  Please remember to cancel your appointment if you don't need it.

It is your responsibility to ensure that the surgery is contacted if you cannot attend a booked appointment, as soon as is reasonable, to allow this to be used by another patient. If you arrive late for a booked appointment – it will be at the doctors discretion as to whether you can be seen.  If you repeatedly fail to cancel appointments you cannot attend, you may be removed from our Practice List.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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