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Appointments

The practice offers a range of options for making practice appointments for the doctor or nurse. They can be made by:

Telephone between 08:00 and 18:30 Monday to Friday

Call in at reception between 08:00a and 18:30 Monday to Friday

Book with Patient Access via the link at the top of this page

Please note you need to sign up at reception to use Patient Access for the first time. Read more here

To Cancel an Appointment

To cancel an appointment within 24 hours please call the above number 01270 780210.

To cancel an appointment over 24 hours away you can also contact us via our feedback form.

Appointment Information

We have a wide range of appointment times available for both doctors and practice nurses.

Seeing the doctor may not always be necessary. Please check the practice team and their roles to see who can deal with your questions best.

Appointments can be booked in advance. Many problems concerning advice can be dealt with over the phone and it may be more convenient for the doctor or nurse to telephone you. If you think this is appropriate please advise reception staff when you call. It might not be your usual GP who will contact you.

We will always deal with urgent requests that day. If surgeries are already fully booked, and you do not feel that your problem will wait until the next available routine appointment, the receptionist will arrange for a doctor or nurse to telephone you to discuss the most appropriate way of managing your request.

If you need an appointment with a nurse, please inform the receptionist of the type of appointment required, (e.g. blood test,  cervical smear, ECG, dressing, blood pressure monitoring, new patient medical etc.) so that adequate time can be made available.

GP appointments are routinely set at 10 minutes and nurse appointments at 15 minutes. If you feel you need more time please mention this to the receptionist when making the appointment.

Extended Hours Appointments

South Cheshire and Vale Royal GP’s are now offering extended hours appointments at selected practices which will be known as GP Hubs.
These appointments are available to any registered patients from any practice within the boundaries of South Cheshire and Vale Royal.
Please ask your Practice receptionist who can book you an appointment.

To find out more visit www.gpopenforyou.co.uk

GP Consultation Times (Usual Sessions)

Dr Marquis: Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.

Dr Oberoi Saggar: Wednesday, Thursday and Friday

Dr Rowe: Tuesday

Dr Clarke: Monday and Friday mornings

Dr Odike: Monday, Tuesday morning, Wednesday morning, Thursday morning and Friday

Dr Collins: Wednesday morning, Thursday morning and Friday

If you are unable to keep an appointment please let us know as soon as possible in order for someone else to benefit from the appointment. It will also assist us in reducing the waiting time for patients.

Telephone Advice

A telephone call to the Doctor or Nurse can often resolve an issue and save you a visit to the surgery. We offer daily appointments for telephone consultations between 12:00 and 12:30.

Practice closed for staff training

Please note that the practice will be closed for staff training between 1pm and 5pm on the following dates 

The surgery has staff training days once a month, excluding January and December. On these training dates the surgery including the Dispensary will be closed from 13:00 to 17:00. During this time if you need a doctor in an emergency please dial 999 or if you need urgent advice please dial 111 otherwise ring the surgery when we re-open at 17:00 until 18:30.

During this time if you need urgent advice please call NHS 111 or in a genuine emergency please call 999. If it is something that can wait, please call the surgery when we re-open at 5.00pm.

The training dates scheduled for 2020-2021 are as follows:

Tuesday 18th May 2021

Wednesday 23rd June 2021

Thursday 15th July 2021

Tuesday 17th August 2021

Wednesday 22nd September 2021

Thursday 21st October 2021

Tuesday 23rd November 2021

2022-2023

Wednesday 16th February 2021

Thursday 17th March 2022 

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