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How Do I Make An Appointment?

child_with_temperatureYou can make an appointment with the Doctor or Nurse by phoning the surgery or by coming into reception between the hours of 8.00am and 6.00pm. For routine/non urgent appointments please phone the surgery after 9.30am.

You have a right to express a preference of practitioner and we will do our best to give you an appointment with the Doctor of your choice.  Should your preferred Doctor not have a free appointment you will be offered an appointment with one of the other GPs in the practice.

You will never be refused to see a Doctor if one is available. If you no longer need your appointment please let us know.

Please remember that appointments are for ONE person only. If you feel your consultation may be lengthy, ask the Receptionist for a DOUBLE APPOINTMENT when you book.

To book an online appointment please click the link above.

Extended Surgery Access

The Practice provides extended surgery access on Tuesdays and Thursdays 7.00am to 8.00am and Wednesdays evenings 6:30pm - 7:30pm.

Urgent Appointments

If you need immediate treatment for a condition you feel needs urgent attention, telephone the Medical Centre before 09:30. Requests for urgent on the day appointments are not accepted in the afternoons.

Do you need an interpreter?

If so, please call or ask at Reception and we will be happy to help. This also includes sign language.

disabled_signDisabled Access

Wheelchair access can be made through the front door and the toilets are suitable for disabled patients. Designated parking is available.


The practice has limited parking designated for patients' use whilst attending the surgery. Abuse of this facility causes congestion, which could delay emergency services. Additional parking facilities are at the public car park off Maldon High Street. Parking in the access road to the practice is limited to designated spaces. 


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