Please do not attend the Practice early for your appointment.  If you are anymore than 15 minutes early for your appointment you may be asked to return closer to your appointment time.  This is to ensure that we can maintain the social distancing which has been recommended by the Government.  Your co-operation during this time is much appreciated.

This Practice offers ten-minute appointments for routine matters. We aim to offer you an appointment with a Healthcare professional within 24 hours and a GP within 48 hours. We operate a variety of appointments as recommended by the Government and Hartlepool & Stockton-On-Tees CCG as follows:

  • On the day appointments - available morning and afternoon. These can only be booked on the day of the appointment and are bookable from 08:30 each day, Monday to Friday
  • Advance booking - up to four weeks in advance.
  • Emergency appointments - Urgent medical problems that cannot wait until the next day. Sick notes will not be issued during an emergency appointment.
  • Telephone consultations - available on the day and pre-bookable up to four weeks in advance. 

We also offer late afternoon appointments for those patients who are in full time employment and for those who have children in full time education. Please therefore bear this in mind when arranging an appointment if these circumstances do not apply to yourself.

Extended Hours

The Practice offers a late surgery at Site 1 on Wednesday evening's from 18:30 - 20:00.  These appointments can be booked in advance.

Appointment Information

This system offers improved access for patients, a lower rate of missed appointments (DNA’s) and less time spent in the waiting room for emergency appointments

Please make appointments and keep them. If you cannot keep them, please let us know, a missed appointment is a wasted appointment. You can make an appointment by phoning or calling at the surgery during opening times.

It would also be helpful if patients could indicate to the receptionist when they think their appointment will be longer than normal, especially for medication reviews, examinations etc. The receptionist will be able to make the appropriate adjustments.


All patients are entitled to have a chaperone present for any consultation. Please request this at the time of booking or speak to your GP.

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