Appointments & Fees


Please ring 833833 for an appointment. Your doctor can arrange access for you to book appointments on line. Please ask your doctor about this service.

Review Charge
Children Under 5 Years Old£12.00
Children 5 to 16 years old£16.00
Home Visit- Acute
Home Visit- Chronic
Home Visit- Hospice
Blood Test
Blood Test- Reduced Charge
Cervical SmearFree of charge if no other consultation/treatment/prescriptions
IM/Joint Injection£16.00
Returned Cheque£10.00
1/12 Prescription Collected£3.00
2/12 Prescription Collected£6.00
3/12 Prescription Collected£9.00
1/12 Prescriptions Posted
2/12 Prescriptions Posted
3/12 Prescriptions Posted
Passport form£10.00
1st Antenatal Appointment
2nd Antenatal Appointment
Antenatal Package
Referral Letter (private)£20.00
Referral Letter (public)£5.00

If you wish to settle your account by bank payment or credit card please call us on 01534 833833.

Alternatively, you can make a payment via BACS using the following details:

Sort Code: 60-12-03    /  Account Number: 26946483

Please ensure you quote your surname and Patient ID (this can be found on your remittance advice)


Payment is requested at the time of consultations. An administration fee of £7.50 will be added to all accounts excluding those for home visits.


If you cannot attend an appointment for any reason please inform us as soon as possible.



Whilst we encourage our patients to come to the surgery, where we have the proper equipment and facilities available, we do appreciate this is not always possible. In this respect, if you do need a home visit please call the surgery.

Duty Doctor System- As ill health cannot be predicted or timetabled a doctor is on call for your urgent medical needs at all times.
When the practice is closed this service is provided by Jersey Doctors On Call (JDOC) service. During our usual opening hours this service is provided by our own duty doctor home visiting service. Every effort is made to arrange for you to see your usual doctor in the first instance, however if this cannot be arranged in due time, or if your doctor is fully booked, the duty doctor will ensure urgent care is delivered to you as soon as possible. If you believe your illness to be life-threatening please call 999 for immediate medical assistance.