Telephone Surgeries

If you would like some advice from a doctor by telephone, please call before midday. You will be asked to leave a landline telephone number (wherever possible), for the call to be returned when the doctor is free. Please note that calls may be returned at any time from 8am. Please ensure that you will be available to take the call.

Requests received after 12 noon will be deferred to the doctor’s next telephone clinic and you may be asked to call back. Please be aware that not all the doctors work full time.

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