From 10th July 2023
To request an appointment please complete the short consultation request via the link below. This request will be triaged by a doctor and you will be contacted.
We understand there will be a small minority who are unable to complete the form and we ask those to call reception who will complete the form on your behalf.
Although you are registered with a named doctor, you are free to consult with any of the doctors or nurses. It is a good idea to try to see the same nurse or doctor for the same problem, so that your progress can be assessed and continuity of treatment maintained. Please specify on the form if there is a specific doctor you would prefer and we will do our best to accommodate this.
Please remember to cancel any unwanted appointments, online or by phone, to enable the slot to be used by someone else.
How to use a self-booking link
How to complete an online request
GP Extended Access Service
The extended Access Service means that more appointments with GPs and Practice Nurses are available to all patients registered at Caddington Surgery and within Central Bedfordshire.
Further information can be found here.
In addition to the practice doctors we have an extended team of clinicians including nurse, nurse practitioners, pharmacists and health care assistants. For further information on their roles please see here.
Caddington Surgery is an accredited Training Practice. This means that we have met the high standards of clinical care set by the East of England Deanery to teach qualified doctors in their foundation and specialist years. You may be asked to see one of them and your agreement ensures that our future doctors get the necessary experience and are well trained. All learners are closely supervised by one of our permanent GPs.
The GP Registrars are fully qualified doctors and have a great deal of medical experience. They are attached to the practice for up to 12 months and usually become general practitioners after completing their training. As part of their final training they are encouraged to seek advice when required from the practice doctors. The GP Registrars are required to produce video recordings of some of their consultations as part of their training. You will be asked for your consent prior to any such consultation and the consultation is strictly confidential between the Registrar and their Trainer.