Please inform the practice if you find that you cannot keep the appointment you have made.
- Dr Matt Molloy – Mon late, Wed am & pm, Thurs am
- Dr Rick Hopkins – Wed pm
- Dr Karen Findlay – Weds am & pm, Thurs pm, Friday am & pm
- Dr Aneeqa Khan – Mon am & pm, Wed am & pm
- Dr Ruth Stockwell – Mon am & Friday am & pm
- Shannon Tyler – Mon am & pm, Tuesday level 2 diabetic, Thurs am & pm
- Dr Adnan Mahmood – Mon, Tues, Thurs & Fri all day
A doctor is available each morning from 8.00am to 9.15am for telephone consultations and advice. If necessary, patients will be fitted into the Rapid Access clinic which runs from 9.30am onwards.
We use a computerised appointment system and all our consultations are by appointment. You may book an appointment by telephone or in person at the reception desk or on-line.
As a group practice you may ask to see any doctor and, whilst we will always try to make your appointment with the doctor of your choice, this might not always be possible.
If you cannot keep your appointment, please let us know as soon as possible so that the appointment can be offered to another patient.
All urgent cases with the exception of emergency care, will be seen on the same day, having being triaged by the on call GP usually on the phones.
If you wish to speak to the doctor or the nurse, but do not feel it necessary to actually be seen, please book a telephone consultation via the receptionist. You will be given a telephone appointment slot and will receive a call before 6pm specific time can not be offered.
The practice uses Language Line and the Primary Care Interpreting Services to assist patients who require support for interpreting, language and communication.
The practice nursing team undertakes a whole range of nursing care, and are specialists within their own field. The reception team will be responsible for booking your appointment with the appropriate team member therefore may need to enquire as to the nature and type of the appointment.