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PLEASE DO NOT come to the surgery if you have flu like symptoms and have travelled abroad within the last 14 days.


For the safety of all patients please instead ring reception on 01460 65046.


For information regarding the Coronavirus please follow this Link to the NHS website




Book online

Use the new NHS App - to book your appointment online.

If you are already registered you can continue to use or you can move over to the new NHS app using your current log in details.

You can book appointments with your GP, Our Urgent Care Practitioner and Routine Blood Appointments.

diaryOur appointment line is 65046, and opens at 8.00am.

When you ring our appointment system you will be greeted by a recorded message from Dr Denner. This message states that ‘In order to help your doctor manage your request safely and appropriately you will be asked by the receptionist to give a brief outline of the reason for your appointment’ This is to make sure we book you in to the appropriate clinic.

We offer a mix of pre-booked and ‘on the day’ appointments.

The core times for consultations are 8.30am – 12.00 pm and 3.30 – 5.00pm Mon- Fri.

We offer pre-booked appointments up to 4 weeks in advance and late surgeries for those who cannot attend during normal working hours.

The practice offers additional appointments under Somerset’s Improved Access Scheme

We are open every alternate Weds & Thursday until 8.00pm and 9 Friday evening /Saturday mornings a year offering a mix of GP & Nurse appointments.


Emergency Line

We have a dedicated emergency line to help us deal with urgent requests for help. Please ring 63101. The doctor may advise you to ring 999 if the problem needs immediate attention. This line is open at the following times:-

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 8.00am – 6.30pm

Thursday 8.00am – 1.00pm & 3.00pm – 6.30pm

Call 111 when you need medical help fast but it’s not a 999 emergencyNHS ChoicesThis site is brought to you by My Surgery Website