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Appointments

Urgent Appointments: for medical needs that are needing urgent on the day attention then please call the surgery from 8:00 to receive a telephone call back from an Advanced Nurse Practitioner (ANP) who will be able to assess and deal with your needs most effectively. This may mean coming to the surgery for a further assessment by the ANP or a GP if necessarily, alternatively suitable advice can be given over the phone.

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Routine Appointments: Pre-bookable appointments are available for all patients and we recommend those with on going medical needs to book appointments and reviews in advance.  

We offer a text reminder service which sends a text message to patients on the day of their appointment. Patients should not rely on this service and take responsibility for remembering there appointment as well. 

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Online booking system

You may also book online via the link at the top of this page. Before you can use this service you must first register your details for this service. In order to register please ring reception on 01905 879100 who will assist you further.

Remember, when using Patient Access all your personal information is safe and secure.

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University of Worcester Clinic Appointments at St John's Campus

Can be booked by ringing reception on 01905 879100 

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Chaperones

All patients are entitled to have a chaperone present for any consultation, examination or procedure where they consider one is required. The chaperone may be a family member or friend, but on occasions a formal chaperone may be preferred.

Click here to read our Chaperone Policy

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Cancellations

If you cannot attend an appointment for any reason please inform us as soon as possible in order for us to give the slot to someone else.

208 appointments were booked but not attended in the month of November 2016

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