Feversham Lane, Glastonbury, BA6 9LP
01458 833666

Appointments

It is important to book your appointment with the most appropriate clinician in order to receive the best care as quickly as possible.

When you phone us to book an appointment, our reception team will ask you for some information so that you are seen as quickly as possible by the most appropriate person.

Alternatively, you can use your Patient Access account to book routine appointments with a GP, order repeat prescriptions, get up-to-date health advice, contact us electronically at any time of the day, and see a summary of your medical records.  Click on the Patient Access icon to register, login, or find out more information.

Routine Appointments

We offer a balance of same day and book ahead appointments with the doctors, and same day appointments with the nurse practitioners. Appointments may be booked to see a doctor ... [continue] Routine Appointments

Urgent Appointments

Across the UK, the need for appointments with a GP is far greater than the number of appointments available.  Glastonbury Surgery is no exception.  To address this we offer a ... [continue] Urgent Appointments

Telephone Consultations

The practice encourages patients to telephone for advice when a face-to-face appointment is not necessary.  If you wish to speak to a doctor please telephone reception before 12 noon and ... [continue] Telephone Consultations

SMS Appointment reminders

We use an SMS reminder service to help you remember your appointments. Please make sure we have your current mobile phone number.  We will use it to remind you of ... [continue] SMS Appointment reminders

Home visits

You may only request a home visit if you are housebound or are too ill to visit the practice.  Your GP will only visit you at home if they think ... [continue] Home visits

Who should I see?

We try to keep our GP appointments for patients with more serious health problems. Before you book an appointment to see a doctor please consider whether an appointment with a ... [continue] Who should I see?

National Improved Access Scheme for GP Surgeries

In future GP surgeries in England will increasingly be working together to provide services for their patients.  There will also be more professionals like pharmacists, specialist nurses and physiotherapists working ... [continue] National Improved Access Scheme for GP Surgeries

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