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We are able to offer routine appointments both morning and afternoon on weekdays.  Please contact the surgery to book routine appointments with the doctor of your choice either for that day or up to two weeks ahead. You are able to express a preference of which GP you wish to book with, but we can only offer what we have available as this can sometimes be affected by holidays/sickness and specialist clinics. 

Nurse appointments can be booked up to four weeks ahead.

If you experience problems with booking a suitable appointment, due to work, shift patterns or other problems, please contact Barbara Jones, Practice Manager or Sarah Murphy Assistant Practice Manager.

If we cannot offer you a routine appointment and your need is medically urgent for that day, please let the receptionist know. 

Late Appointments

The surgery can offer late appointments one night a week.  Appointments can be booked up to two weeks ahead with a GP and Nurse.  Please ask the receptionist if you wish to book an appointment.

Extended Hours 2019 at Coxhoe Surgery


Tuesday 4th June 2019

Tuesday 11th June 2019

Tuesday 18th June 2019

Thursday 27th June 2019


Tuesday 2nd July 2019

Tuesday 9th July 2019

Thursday 25th July 2019

Tuesday 30th July 2019



Please book in by using the self-check in or at reception for all appointments when you arrive and always check with reception staff if you think you have been missed.

Your appointment is for you only. Please do not ask the doctor to see someone else as well during your consultation – make a separate appointment for each patient. Please let us know in good time if you cannot keep an appointment so we can offer it to another patient.

Please remember that you will usually see a nurse for a review of your chronic illness. You do not need to see the doctor as well.


If you wish to have a chaperone present during your consultation with the Doctor or Nurse, please ask at the reception desk before you go in for your appointment, or ask during your consultation.

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