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The GPs Surgeries of the South Cotswolds are working together to improve patients access to primary care services to our patients. To do this we are offering extra GP clinics between 6.30 and 8pm on weekdays and GP and Nurse clinics on Saturday mornings at a specified location. Patients registered with any of the South Cotswold Practices listed below may be offered one of these appointments. The clinics will be held at each practice different days of the week.

We are excited to be able to offer these extra appointments and to be working together to achieve this, to fulfil the current NHS vision of 8am -8pm access to primary care. We hope the Saturday morning clinics will help those who work or who depend on those to work to access our services more easily.

For more information please visit the South Cotswold GP Surgeries website:

Appointments

You can book a 10 minute appointment by:
(Please notify reception if you feel you need longer)

Visit us at one of our surgeriesBook via Patient AccessCall the Phoenix Surgery

Cirencester
01285 652056

South Cerney
01285 862112

Kemble
01285 770640

Visit us at one of surgeries

Book online via Patient Access

Call us

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Information

  • For same day emergency appointments, your doctor will ring you first to assess the urgency of the problem.

  • If you think you may need to be seen the same day please telephone before 10am if possible.

  • If you cannot attend an appointment then please inform us as soon as possible so we can give it to a fellow patient.

  • Find out how to make the most of your GP appointment

  • If you would like a Chaperone to come to your consultation then inform your Doctor/Nurse, who will be more than happy to arrange this for you.

  • We do not take bookings for routine doctor appointments more than 6 weeks in advance. This allows us to monitor the demand for appointments and make adjustments to surgeries if required.

  • For medicals, long term condition clinics, minor operations and family planning procedures you can book further in advance.

 

Telephone Advice

If you would like to have a one-on-one consultation in comfort of your own home on the phone, please tell the receptionist who will arrange for your doctor or nurse to return your call. Be aware that this may be at the end of their surgery or clinic.

Practice Nurses

If you like to see a health professional quickly, we would recommend you book an appointment with one of our friendly and competent practice nurses.
The great thing is that you can book up to 3 months ahead.

Support a Registrar

Our practice is an approved training practice linked with The University of Bristol. Our registrars/trainees are fully qualified and have hospital experience.

Registrars are attached to the practice for four to twelve months and usually become general practitioners after completing.

When booking an appointment you will be asked if you are happy to consult the registrar. We hope you are able to see them and support their training.

South Cotswold Improved Access Scheme

The GPs Surgeries of the South Cotswolds are working together to improve access to primary care services for our patients. To do this we are offering extra GP clinics between 6.30 and 8pm on weekdays and GP and Nurse clinics on Saturday mornings at a specified location. Patients registered with any of the South Cotswold Practices listed below may be offered one of these appointments. The clinics will be held at each practice different days of the week.

We are excited to be able to offer these extra appointments and to be working together to achieve this, to fulfil the current NHS vision of 8am -8pm access to primary care. We hope the Saturday morning clinics will help those who work or who depend on those to work to access our services more easily.

For more information please visit the South Cotswold GP Surgeries website:See Here

 
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