Blake House Surgery GP Appointment Services


Appointments On The Day

The majority of appointments are telephone triage bookable ‘On The Day’ and are released at 8.30am on any given day.  Please ring in as near to 8.30am as possible to take one of these daily appointments as they are usually filled quickly. If doctor wishes to see you after the telephone consultation, you will be given appointment in the afternoon.


The surgery is currently experiencing very high telephone call volumes. We would ask you to kindly review whether your call is urgent for the same day and if it is not, then please use our consult forms.

Did you know that you can also use this form for medicines inquiries or blood test inquiries? You can also attach your photographs to this for review. The GPs can then screen your message and decide on the next step in your patient pathway

Emergency Appointments

You may be offered an ‘Emergency Appointment’ which is a 5 minute consultation for one urgent problem only.


Internet Appointments (This service is suspended at present due to Covid-19)

There are a number of 'Internet Appointment’ slots available to book your GP appointment which can be booked in advance if you have access to our SystmOnline Services.  If you don’t have access at present but would like to book appointments online or order your repeat medications online, please ask at Reception for a username and password.


Appointments - General Information

calendarThe surgery is open from 8:30am for booking appointments by phone.

Our appointments are for 10 minutes each.

Please book a separate appointment for each member of the family requiring to see the GP.

We do have a number of 5 minutes emergency appointments bookable on the day. These 5-minute appointments may not be with the GP or your choice

If you cannot keep your appointment, please telephone the surgery so it can be given to someone else

In line with government’s extended hours policy we offer GP and Nurse appointments on Saturday mornings approximately once a month.  


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