Please Note: Please only attend the Surgery if you have an appointment. Unfortunately our telephone lines are extremely busy and staff are answering as quick as they can. If you feel your issue is urgent and cannot wait until you can get through, please call 111. For minor illness or injury, please attend a walk in centre. Covid vaccination status is only available by using the NHS app (see below link) or calling 119 - staff can not give you this information.

Coronavirus Update

PLEASE NOTE: All GP appointments are telephone consultations. If the GP wishes to see a patient they will invite them to attend the Surgery following a telephone consultation.   Nursing appointments are available.

If you need to attend the surgery, you must now wear a face covering (over 5 years only). This can be as simple as a scarf or bandana covering your mouth and nose. Information on face coverings is available on the below link.

Please do not come to the Surgery if you have a high temperature, a new continuous cough, flu like symptoms or loss of taste or smell.

The practice closes every Wednesday lunch time from 12:30 - 13:30 for staff development.

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Walk in Centres


There are 2 local NHS WALK IN CENTRES for minor injuries and ailments.

One is situated at Newcastle General Hospital and is open from 8 am to 10 pm every day.

The nearest one to the surgery is at:

169 Ponteland Road

Newcastle upon Tyne


Telephone  (0191) 271 9030

It is open 8:00am— 8:00pm 7 days a week


The other one is the Westgate Walk In Centre next to the General Hospital, which is also open 8:00am— 8:00pm 7 days a week . The number is (0191) 282 3000.


Please note the following conditions CANNOT be assessed in the Westgate Walk-in-Centre:

  • Children under the age of 2
  • Children under the age of 6 with injuries
  • Chest pain
  • Shortness of breath
  • Head injuries with neurological symptoms
  • Back, neck, shoulder, hip or rib injuries
  • Chemical injuries to the eye
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