Please call the surgery as early as possible should you require an urgent or same day appointment, the phone lines are open from 8am.
We aim to offer an appointment for urgent cases the same day and a routine appointment with a healthcare professional within 48 hours. Some of our doctors are not here every day so if you wish to see a particular doctor you may need to wait a little longer.
- Routine appointments - with doctor or nurse. Bookable up to 3 months in advance.
- Telephone appointments are available, with either the doctor or the nurse, if you feel your problem can be dealt with over the telephone.
- Emergency appointments, please telephone as early in the day as possible, telephone lines open from 8am.
- Late evening surgery on Mondays from 6.30pm - 7.30pm, bookable in advance.
- Appointment Cancellations: If you cannot keep your appointment please let us know as soon as possible so that we can offer it to another patient.
- The online booking service is for routine appointments only. If you need an emergency or same day appointment please telephone the surgery as soon as possible. Out of surgery hours (6:30pm - 8am, or weekends) please call 111. If you are having chest pains please call 999.
- Weekend Evening and Weekend GP Appointments - There are weekday evening and weekend urgent and routine GP appointments available locally at surgeries and other locations. These appointments are bookable through the practice, please contact Reception for more information and see Improved Access Clinic information below for more details.
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Improved Access Clinics
There is an Improved Access clinic in every area of Gloucestershire. Your nearest clinics are at Moreton in Marsh , Bourton on the Water, Stow on the Wold and Chipping Campden, but you can go to whichever clinic is most convenient for you. The clinics are staffed by experienced local GPs. Clinics are open every day of the week, including Saturdays, Sundays and Bank Holidays (not all clinics sites have the full range of appointment availability or days). Evening appointments are also available.
How do I access an Improved Access clinic?
Ring your GP practice as normal. A nurse or GP will take some brief details of your medical problem and offer an Improved Access appointment if this would be suitable for you.
What sort of problems are suitable for Improved Access?
Improved Access is suitable for people with medical problems that are new or ongoing - or that have got worse, for example someone with COPD (also known as emphysema) who may have a chest infection that needs treating quickly.
Are there problems that are not suitable for Improved Access?
However Improved Access clinics are available for acute or routine appointments .There may be some exceptions - for example, if you have transport issues. When you ring your GP surgery, the doctor or nurse who speaks to you will be able to advise whether Improved Access is suitable for you.
Do Improved Access have access to my medical records?
Yes, the doctor will have access to full medical records subject to your consent.
Does my own GP know what has happened at my Improved Access appointment?
When you come to an Improved Access clinic, you will be asked if you are happy for a record of your appointment to be sent to your own GP. Provided you say yes, a summary of the appointment will be sent to your own doctor.