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Church Street Surgery30 Church StreetDunoon, PA23 8BGTel: 01369 702772
You may consult any of the doctors in the practice.
Consultations by appointment only. We do not operate a walk in service.
Appointments are available on weekdays from 08.30 - 17.00
The practice operates an advanced access system where patients can book appointments up to 3 days in advance and also routine appointments further ahead. Due to demand these can be filled quickly. Emergency appointments are also available on the day. Patients can request to see their own GP but if booking an emergency appointment you will be offered the next available appointment.
Our standard appointment time is 10 minutes.
Please let us know if you cannot keep your appointment.
Approximately 40 to 50 appointments per month are ‘Did Not Attend’ (DNA), ie the patient does not turn up for the appointment and does not contact the surgery in advance to cancel/change appointment.
The consquence of these are:
Please call early if you need home visit, ideally before 11am. Due to increasing demand, GPs can no longer automatically visit any patient who requests a home visit. All visits must now be triaged and dealt with according to clinical need.
Please contact the Surgery as soon as you know you are unable to keep your appointment. 01369 702772 or 01369 703482.
Home visits are at the discretion of the doctor.
They are available to help patients who are too ill or too frail to come to the surgery.
Requests for these must be made before 10.00am, except of course in an emergency.
Due to increasing demand GPs can no longer automatically visit any patient who requests a home visit. All visits must now be triaged and dealt with according to clinical need.
Telephone: 01369 702772. The receptionists will take your details and arrange for the doctor to call you back.