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Online Bookable Appointments 

We are listening to feedback from our loyal patients and are regularly trying to adapt the way we work to improve access to services at Brooklands Health Centre.
We have a large number of on the day appointments, as well as appointments in the coming weeks available to book on line.
We encourage patients to select the type of appointment and clinician they need to see carefully to ensure that we are using the appointments available appropriately. 
We have excellent and experienced minor illness practitioners who are trained to be able to treat and prescribe for: 
-Abdominal pain -Hay fever
-Allergic reactions-Headaches
-Asthma exacebation-Head lice
-Bites-Impetigo
-Boils-Insect bites/stings
-Cold sores-Mouth ulcers
-Earache-Nappy rash 
-Eczema-Nose bleeds
-Emergency contraception-Parasitic infections 
-Eyes - conjunctivitis, sores eyes, styes-Pill check (contraceptive pill)
-Female urinary tract infections-Rashes
-Fever-Sinus infections
-Fungal infections (including thrush)-Skin disorders
-Gastroenteritis (vomiting and diarrhoea)-Sore throat 

Following the guidelines issued by NHS England regarding Covid-19, patients who book an online appointment will now be put through to a telephone triage appointment. A GP will then call you back to assess your situation and if need be, book a face to face appointment directly with a Dr or Minor illness practitioner. This will be an ongoing assessment and will be reviewed daily until such time as we are able return back to our standard online bookings.We thank you for your support in this matter.


We will have appointments on the day with our minor illness practitioners for all minor illnesses. 

If you wish to access these online appointments but do not have an account with our online booking system, please visit the surgery with proof of ID and our receptionists will provide you with login details.

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