Booking an Appointment

How to make an appointment

To make an appointment you can:

  • Phone(01604) 709426
  • Do so in person at our reception area where our Receptionists are available to help you between 8 am and 6:30 pm.
  • Online via SystmOnline– if you have an account please click on the image below to log in.

Online Access: SystmOnline


Appointments are for dealing with one persons problems and last for 10 minutes.

The GP will only be able to deal with 1 or at most 2 problems in a single appointment.

If you feel your problem is complex or you have a number of problems to discuss please ask the receptionist to book a longer appointment for you.

  • When booking your appointment please decide what type of appointment will best suit your needs and how soon you need to be seen.
  •  Consider which type of health care professional can deal with your reason for making the appointment. The information on this site explains which health care professional can deal with different types of problem. Making appropriate use of the correct person can relieve pressure on GP appointments. 
  • Bear with us while we try to determine the exact mix of book ahead and on the day appointments that will best meet demand.


See a GP by video with LIVI. Even at the weekend.

Patients of Danes Camp Medical Centre can now see an NHS GP by video using LIVI.

Get medical advice, prescriptions, and referrals on the same day – even at weekends.

The service is provided free on the NHS.

  • You can download the LIVI app to your mobile phone or tablet, at the App Store or Google Play. Or visit for more information.
    • LIVI GPs are all GMC-registered NHS GPS, who (with your consent) will be able to access your medical records and give you a considered, in-depth diagnosis based on your medical history.

You can download the LIVI app below:

Download on the App Store

Get it on Google Play

Advocacy, Chaperones & Interpreters

Patients are welcome to attend any appointment accompanied by a friend or relative if they find this helpful. Patients attending on their own may also ask for a chaperone to be provided during a consultation with the doctor or nurse. If required, an interpreter can be organized to accompany the patient to see the doctor – NB: this can take some days to arrange (ask our receptionists for details).