We are currently closed.
Thursday 26th March 2020
- Changes have been made to our normal Dispensary opening hours as a temporary measure for prescription and medication collection.
Dispensary will be open during the following times from today:
From 09.45 – 17.30 Monday – Friday
The main surgery and telephone opening times remain unchanged.We will keep you posted if these hours change further due to changes in circumstance.
On Monday and Wednesday evenings we offer evening GP appointments (both face to face and telephone) from 18:30 until around 20:00.
During these late surgeries the Dispensary is closed and the Reception is not open for general enquiries or urgent problems.
- Emma Kennedy – Advanced Nurse Practitioner
- Rob McGuigan – Advanced Paramedic Practitioner
|Dr Wallis||Monday all day, Tuesday all day, Thursday all day|
|Dr Aitchison||Monday all day, Wednesday all day|
|Dr Crooke||Monday all day, Wednesday all day, Friday all day|
|Dr Hand||Monday all day, Wednesday all day|
|Dr Fletcher||Tuesday all day, Thursday all day, Friday all day|
|Dr McCleary||Tuesday AM, Thursday AM, Friday AM|
|Dr Picardo||Tuesday all day, Wednesday all day|
|Dr Mistry||Tuesday all day, Thursday all day, Friday all day|
|Rob McGuigan||Monday all day, Tuesday all day, Thursday all day|
|Emma Kennedy||Wednesday AM|
- Morning surgeries normally run from 08:45 am until 11:30.
- Afternoon surgeries normally run from 15:00 until 18:00.
Doctors are also available for telephone consultations throughout the day. The telephone lines are answered by our medical answering service between the hours of
08:00 to 08:30 am and after 18:00 daily Monday to Friday.
Out of Hours Service
For urgent medical help or advice when the surgery is closed and it is not a life-threatening situation, dial 111 or or visit www.111.nhs.uk who can offer advise and signpost you to the appropriate service if necessary.
Gloucestershire CCG is responsible for commissioning the out of hours service and the current contracted provider is Care UK who are responsible for the provision of out of hours care.
Alternatively, if you are ill or injured and not sure where to turn, you can download the ASAP mobile phone App (ASAP Glos NHS) from the App store.
Call 999 in an emergency. Chest pains and / or shortness of breath constitute an emergency.