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East Bridgford Medical Centre2 Butt LaneEast BridgfordNottingham, NG13 8NYTel: 01949 20216
The doctors operate a 10 minute appointment system. We endeavour to see all patients within 48 hours of a request, but need to balance this demand with appointments bookable further ahead.
Please phone before 9.00am if you want to be seen on the same day.
Always inform the receptionist if you consider your problem to be urgent and you will be fitted in.
The doctors deal with minor problems or give advice through our telephone appointments system. The doctor can contact you at a prearranged time and, if there is a need for you to be seen, the doctor will make you a face-to-face appointment.
If you think your problem can be dealt with in this way, please ask the receptionist for a telephone appointment.
Please let us know so that we can reallocate your time to another patient. Failing to arrive is a waste of the doctors’ and nurses’ time.
If you are too ill to attend the surgery, then please telephone before 10.00am and a doctor will call you back and arrange a visit if required.
You can now book an appointment online using Systmonline
If you would like to register to use Systmonline to book appointments or order repaeat prescriptions, simply pop into the surgery with an item of photographic identity and a utility bill showing your name and address and you will be given a password and user name for when you log onto the site:
Please ensure when you are using the online system - that you check when booking online that you have booked the correct type of consultation, either face to face or telephone appointment.