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Appointments

St. Neots Surgery runs an appointment system and in response to patient demand, more appointments have been made available to book up to 2 weeks in advance to allow you to plan your appointment and care more effectively. You will be able to book an antenatal appointment or an appointment with a member of the nursing team beyond this 2 week period. Appointments can be booked in one of three ways:-

   1. Booking selected appointments online (GP/NP or blood tests) using the above link to access the appointment system.

   2. Calling the surgery using the above telephone number (561305) For your convenience the receptionist will offer you the next available routine appointment to see a doctor or other member of the clinical team unless you feel that you need to be seen on that day.

   3. Some problems can be dealt with effectively through arranging a telephone consultation  which may be more convenient for you and avoid an unnecessary trip to the surgery.

Please note you can also use our new eConsult service to get health related advice, self referral to counselling and physio and GP advice, treatment and administrative help (eg. ordering of sick notes and reporting of results) by the end of the next working day.

 

Clinicians at the Practice offer a variety of surgery times. Most morning surgeries start at 09.00am and run until 12.00pm, whilst afternoon surgery may start at 2.00pm (or 3.00pm) and run until 5.00pm or later if necessary.

We also offer routine doctor only appointments (not bookable online) on alternate Monday evenings and alternate Saturday mornings, for patients who find it difficult to attend an appointment during our normal opening times. Patients should be aware that during these additional sessions, the surgery will not be open for any other business.

When the surgery is closed and GP advice cannot wait till the following day call  111 for access to an out of hours clinician.

Call 999 in an emergency. Chest pains and / or shortness of breath constitute an emergency.

 

 

The Right of Patients to Express a Preference of Practitioner

Patients are now no longer registered with a particular GP.  All our patients are registered with the Practice.  There are 6 Doctors at the Practice and patients are able to see the Doctor of their choice providing there are available appointments with that GP.

 

 

 

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