How to make an appointment
Appointments are between:
|Mon, Tues, Wed, Fri
||8.00am - 5.50pm |
||7.00am - 5.50pm|
|Nurse appointments available all day|
To make an appointment, please either:
- Telephone the Practice
- Request an appointment using our Online Services
Patients may express a preference to see a specific doctor, where possible this will be accommodated.
If you feel you need a priority appointment as you are in a vulnerable group e.g. Identified carer, frail or housebound – please let us know
Please note it is the patients’ responsibility to inform us if they cannot keep booked appointments. Appointment cancellations can be made either by telephone or by using our online services.
Requests for home visits should be made before 10.00am if possible.
The surgery is now able to offer telephone consultations. These appointments are available at the end of normal morning surgery.
An Interpreting service is now available for patients. If an interpreter is needed for a consultation please let reception know when booking an appointment.
Contact a Doctor, Practice Nurse or Receptionist Online
Please be aware access to Patient2Practice has been Temporarily Suspended.
Emergency Walk-in Surgery
Cairngall Medical Practice will be trialling a change to how the emergency walk-in surgery is run.
From 11th April 2016 the emergency walk-in surgery will start at 9.00 each morning. Each clinician will see an equal share of these patients starting at 9.00am.
Emergency walk-in appointments are for emergency matters only, and are not for repeat prescriptions, certificates or letters. An emergency walk-in appointment should be restricted to one issue only so that the clinician may deal with it effectively.
The change has been necessitated by feedback from patients about the length of waiting time to see a clinician at the walk-in surgery and pressure on the appointment system.