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As part of a group of GP Practices working together as a GP Federation, New Road Surgery provides access to weekday evening and weekend appointments in the Watford Extended Access (WEA) service, which is managed by Direct Local Health Ltd. Our patients can now make an appointment to see a GP on weekday evenings, Saturdays 9am - 1pm and 3pm - 7pm, and Sundays 9am - 1pm; to see a Nurse on Saturdays 9am - 1pm and to have blood tests with a Phlebotomist on Saturdays and Sundays. Please ask the receptionist for further details on how to book an appointment. During these appointments your health record may be accessed and viewed by clinical staff other than your GP or a GP at your practice.  Please be assured that your confidentially will be maintained; for the service's full Privacy Statement please see 'Patient Information' at www.dlhealth.co.uk."

Appointments

Over half of doctors' appointments can be booked up to 5 weeks in advance. 

The remaining appointments are kept free for booking the same day,or on the afternoon of the preceding working day.  We will try very hard to accommodate you in your first phone call.

Medically urgent cases will always be seen the same day. Surgeries are held from 8.30am every morning Monday to Friday and an evening surgery is also held daily on every weekday.  Please ask at reception for your password details to enable you to  book your appointments on-line .

Later appointments are available with a doctor on Mondays and Thursdays from 6.30 to 8pm. Appointments are also available on the 1st & 3rd Saturdays in the month. These are designed to make it easier for people who are at work all day to have a routine doctor's consultation - they are by appointment only and may be booked up to five weeks in advance. If you are free to see the doctor during office hours, please leave the evening and Saturday appointments for those who really need them! 

 

 
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