Arranging an appointment -

All appointment requests will be triaged by a GP or Nurse. The receptionist will take some details from you and a doctor/nurse  will telephone you to assess and arrange a same day appointment if appropriate. If they decide you need to be seen they will organise a face to face assessment.  Unless your appointment is urgent you can  request an appointment or advice  through eConsult - Click Here


If you need to contact the surgery, please telephone from 8.00am (Monday - Friday).

Please check our Novel Coronavirus page for further information .

Appointment Timings

Dr S Fairweather:  

Monday and Wednesday - morning and afternoon clinics

Dr R Thomas-Hewartson:

 Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday - morning and afternoon clinics

Dr R Sayers:

Tuesday-  morning and afternoon clinics

Friday - morning and afternoon clinics

Dr M McEwan 

Tuesday and Thursday - morning and afternoon clinics 

Dr D Elward 

Monday, Wednesday and Thursday - morning and afternoon clinics

Practice Nurses:

Monday to Friday - 8.30am to 12.30pm

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday - 2.00pm to 5.00pm

Wednesday - 1.00pm to 4.00pm

Health Care Assistant / Phlebotomist:

Monday to Friday - morning clinic only

Ante-natal clinic

Tuesday - 1.00pm to 3.15pm

Health Visitor:

1st and 3rd Monday of the month - immunisation clinic by appointment

Wednesday - 10.30 to 12 midday at the Baptist Church Usk - for support and advice

The Usk Surgery operates a same day telephone-led consulting service to make it easier and quicker for our patients to get help from our team. We also have an online consultation form (eConsult) which can be used for non-urgent appointments, this is an option to upload photos if needed. 

1. You phone the surgery

All our doctors are qualified to help but if you want a particular doctor please call on the day they are working and we will try to fit you in but it may not always be the same doctor. Please make sure you give the receptionist as much information, surrounding your symptoms, as possible

2. The doctor/receptionist calls you back

3. You are always offered an appointment (this may be a telephone appointment) with one of our GPs or nurses if needed

Generally on the same day, there is no need to book in advance