Enhanced Access Available in the Evenings and at Weekends For Adults & Children
We offer routine bookable primary care appointments with GPs, Nurses and Health Care Assistants outside normal working hours, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. If you require a specialist referral following your enhanced access appointment, we will work in collaboration with your own GP to arrange this.
How Do I Book?
Speak to the receptionist at your registered GP surgery, who will be able to book you an appointment. You will be given a choice on where you would like to book your appointment and once agreed the receptionist will confirm the date and time of the appointment of the information on where you will be seen.
These appointments are for non-urgent, routine medical problems only. If you feel you are unwell and need to be seen urgently on that day, please ask your own surgery to arrange to see you.
If you need a physical examination you may be accompanied by a friend or family member to any appointment or you may request that another member of West Cambs Federation staff be present. An accompanying responsible adult must be present for any examination of a child. For all intimate examinations a formal chaperone will be present.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I get an appointment in the Enhanced Access?
Speak to the receptionist at your registered GP surgery, who will be able to book you an appointment.
How do I cancel an appointment?
During normal surgery opening hours:
Ring your own surgery with whom you booked the appointment, they can cancel it for you.
During Hub opening hours:
Contact the appropriate Hub directly using the mobile number –
Cornerstone Practice (March)
Little Paxton Surgery
Moat House Surgery (Warboys)
Riverport Medical Practice (Orchard Site, St Ives)
Roman Gate Surgery (Godmanchester)
At the point of booking the appointment with your surgery, you will be asked whether you agree to share your patient record so that the local clinicians at the Enhanced Access Hubs are able to access your record and also share relevant information back to your Surgery. This is necessary so that the appropriate notes and referrals can be passed on to your surgery for follow-up actions.
IT IS ESSENTIAL TO SHARE YOUR RECORD SO THAT THE CLINICIAN CAN PROVIDE APPROPRIATE CARE BASED ON YOUR FULL MEDICAL HISTORY. IF YOU CHOOSE NOT TO SHARE, UNFORTUNATELY, YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO BE SEEN WITHIN THE SERVICE.
You will not be able to be seen by the GP Hub service. You will need to wait for the next available appointment at your registered GP surgery.
Appointments are available to patients registered at any of the West Cambs Federation member practices between 18:15 and 20:45 Monday to Friday and from 8:30 to 12:30 Saturdays and Sundays.
Services We Offer:
We offer GP consultations in the Evenings and Weekends, this can be either Face to Face at one of our Enhanced Access Hubs or via a telephone consulation.
We also offer Practice Nurse appointments; wound care, cervical screenings etc and with Health Care Assistants; blood tests, blood pressure monitoring etc.
appointments have been available for patients to book over 6 years
“The doctor was brilliant. She was very concerned to give me
the best possible care and listened intently to my story. She
was able to make a referral and helped me review my options
going forward. I cannot recommend her enough and am very
thankful for the care I received. “