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circled_dayThe majority of the doctors’ appointments are be available to pre-book up to two weeks in advance. This can be done:

  • On-line - Click here.
  • Over the phone or at reception.


The clinicians will have the facility to book up to 1 month in advance if they wish to see you for a review.

Patients who request an appointment to be seen the same day will be booked into a telephone appointment with the nurse practitioner who will be able to either:

  • Give you advice over the telephone
  • Book you into their clinic the same day
  • Book you in with one of the doctors, if this is most appropriate

The staff have been trained to direct your call to the most appropriate person and in many instances they will be able to assist with any queries which are related to:

  • Prescriptions
  • Hospital appointments
  • Blood tests, urine tests, X-ray results
  • Private medicals, insurance and medical reports
  • Sick notes

Please phone after 10:30 for enquiries other than appointment requests.

Practice nurse appointments can be booked 1 month in advance.

When we are closed, do not forget the New Mills Clinic (Just past the swimming pool/Leisure Centre), Hyde Bank Road, New Mills and is open 18.30- 22:30 Monday to Friday, and 09:30 - 22:30 weekends and bank holidays.  Outside these hours, please call 111.

You can access the service by phoning 111 or you can walk in.  

Click on the link below to read full details of the service:


If you would like a chaperone present during your consultation, then please advise the receptionist when booking your appointment or when checking in. You may also ask the doctor during  the consultation.


If you cannot attend an appointment for any reason please inform us as soon as possible in order for us to give the slot to someone else.  Patients who frequently do not attend their appointments may be removed from our list. For more details please read the "not attending for appointments" page.

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