PLEASE NOTE - DUE TO COVID-19, OUR ONLINE APPOINTMENT SERVICE IS CURRENTLY UNAVAILABLE.
PATIENTS CAN STILL CONTINUE TO REQUEST REPEAT PRESCRIPTIONS USING THE ONLINE SERVICE.
Appointments can be made by telephoning the Practice or by using the online booking system.
To use the online booking system you must first apply for a secure login account by completing the attached form or this form can be collected from the Reception desk. Once we receive your applicaation it will be processed and we will send you a secure user ID and password by post to allow access to the appointment system via the link at the top of this page. It is important that we have your current contact details to allow us to do this.
When you receive your unique user ID and password you can log in to the appointments system to book or cancel routine GP appointments and phlebotomy appointments. You will be able to book up to two appointments online at any given time.
Patient registration form for online services
Instructions for using the online services can be found here: Online Registration Guide
Consultations are held in Newport and Tayport each weekday morning and afternoon by appointment. Doctors work within a flexible rota and not all doctors work every day. Newport surgery premises are open from 8am - 6pm each weekday and Tayport surgery premises are open from 8am - 12pm each weekday. Your house call / urgent appointment request may be triaged by a doctor to ascertain how best to deal with your request.
Routine appointments are offered up to four weeks in advance and these can be pre booked at any time. Patients who have a set day off work and would like an appointment on that particular day can easily book this appointment ahead.
All emergencies and house call requests are dealt with by a doctor.
Please make a separate appointment for each person requiring to be seen. Doctor can only see one patient in the allocated appointment time.
Patients not seen within the last three years may ask for a consultation with a GP. Patients aged 75 and over who have not been seen by a GP within the last twelve months may ask for a consultation. Patients may consult with a doctor of their choice.