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St Julian's Medical Centre runs on a booked appointment system. We do not operate a walk in service.

Routine Appointments

Patients requiring a routine appointment can telephone or call into the surgery to request an appointment with any of the GP’s within the group practice. Routine appointments can be booked for up to 14 days in advance and our reception staff will do their utmost to book your appointment with a specific doctor on request, although this is not always possible and may cause delay in you being seen.

Please bear in mind that missed appointments are frustrating for both the doctor and other patients who may have had difficulty in getting an appointment of choice so please cancel if you are unable to attend so that we can re-book. Thank you for your consideration.

Urgent Appointments

Patients who attend without an appointment will be classed as requiring urgent medical attention and may be asked by reception staff to describe their condition so that their request can be assessed by the doctor as to its urgency.

If you feel that your medical condition is urgent and cannot wait for a routine booked appointment you can telephone or call into the surgery on the first day of your condition occurring so that a time can be allocated to you. We cannot guarantee that patients will be seen by the doctor of their choice in these circumstances. Please be aware that you may have to return at a later time during the day to see a doctor when a slot is available or may have some wait.

Telephone Advice from your Doctor or Nurse

Patients can contact the surgery by telephone for medical advice from a doctor or nurse on 01633 251304.

Please give a brief description of your enquiry along with your name and contact details to the receptionist who will pass the information on to the appropriate person for their assessment and response by logging your enquiry.

The doctor or nurse concerned will return your call at the end of surgery or at their earliest convenience.

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