Online Bookable Appointments
Want to book your appointment online?
We are pleased to offer the convenience of online booking for certain types of appointments. You can now directly book appointments for services such as blood tests and health reviews through the NHS App. This allows you to schedule your appointments at a time that suits you best.
Please note that due to our capacity limitations, not all types of appointments can be booked online. However, we have made it possible for you to access the available appointments through the NHS App, which provides a user-friendly interface and a seamless booking experience. Simply download the app from the iOS or Google Play store and explore the available appointment options.
We understand that the appointment you may be seeking might not currently be available. However, we want to assure you that new appointments are released on a daily basis. Therefore, we encourage you to check back regularly if the appointment you desire is not currently listed. By doing so, you increase your chances of securing the appointment that fits your needs.
We value your time and strive to provide you with accessible healthcare options. Online booking is designed to streamline the appointment process and offer you greater flexibility. We hope that using the NHS App will make your experience more convenient and efficient.
Please note, certain appointments are by invite only; Vine Medical Group reserve the right to cancel any appointments booked inappropriately.
Get the NHS App on your smartphone or tablet
You can also log in to your NHS account using the NHS website.
Be prepared to care for yourself with a well-stocked medicine cabinet and plenty of rest.
- cough or cold
- upset stomach
- pain or headache
- cuts and grazes
- sore throat (but if for two weeks or more contact your GP)
For health advice, visit nhs.uk.
- Ask for advice on ailments, medicines and healthier living
- Queries about medication, dosage, type or suitability plus urgent requests or if related to hospital discharge
- repeat prescription
- sore eyes (but if persists go to optician)
- runny nose
- bite or sting
Consult online or use GP online services to make an appointment if an illness or injury won't go away.
- repeat prescription such as for back ache, the pill, etc.
- urgent skin problem such as a rash that is spreading
- ear pain
- back ache
Additional evenings and weekend appointments bookable through your GP Practice.
Call when situation is not life-threatening.
- If you think you need to go to hospital
- If you don’t know the most suitable place to go or call
- If you don’t have a GP to call or if your GP practice is closed
- If you need advice or reassurance about what to do
Available 24 hours a day, every day. Click here for NHS 111 online.
Visit for same day, urgent, minor injuries or illness when your GP practice is unavailable, such as such as sprains and suspected broken bones
Emergency department or call 999. Only for very serious or life-threatening situations. If you are unsure, call NHS 111.