ALL APPOINTMETS MADE ARE TELEPHONE CALLS FIRST
PLEASE DO NOT COME TO THE SURGERY
Routine Appointments (Please call after 2pm. Online booking coming soon)
During the current COVID pandemic appointments can be made routinely up to 2 weeks in advance. Appointments are initially by telephone and may involve photos or video consultation and if the clinician feels that a physical assessment is required then this will be arranged within a COVID secure environment. If you feel your problem is more urgent please book an on the day appointment.
We have remained open since the start of the pandemic and do remain open to provide the best care possible whilst ensuring we keep all our patients safe.
On the Day Appointments (Please call from 8am. Online booking coming soon)
The remaining appointments are kept free for booking the same day and these can be booked from 8.00am via telephone and also via online booking. We will try very hard to accommodate you in your first phone call. Consultations may be carried out by the most appropriate member of the practice team.
Extended Hours Appointments (18.30-20.00)
These are available Monday to Thursdays and can be booked 3 weeks in advance. We also on occasions provide Extended Access appointments on Saturdays and Sundays. Please do ask our staff regarding these.
Online consultations (Non urgent)
You can submit an online consultation using the following link: https://www.online-consult.co.uk/org/watford-health-centre.
This will be reviewed by a clinician with a response within 2 working days. A clinician will decide the appropriate management having reviewed the history. Please do not use this for anything urgent.
If you no longer need your appointment please do cancel this so that it can be offered to another patient.
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