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When We Are Closed

 

The surgery is closed between 6:00pm and 8:00am on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays, it is also closed 8:00pm-8:00am on Monday's and Thursdays, and shut all day on weekends and during all bank holidays.

If you require medical attention during our closing hours please call NHS 111 on '111'.

When speaking to out of hours please make ensure you speak clearly and provide them with all of the information they request from you. If they inform you that someone is coming to visit you, please ensure that your house number or name can be clearly seen from the road, and that the doctor is able to access your home easily. If it is dark please ensure that you leave a light on that can be seen from the outside.

How Do I Know If It Is Appropriate To Go To My Local A&E Department?

An A&E department (also known as an accident and emergency department) deals with genuine life threatening emergencies such as;

  • Loss Of Consciousness
  • Acute Confused State And Fits That Aren't Stopping.
  • Persistent, Severe Chest Pain.
  • Breathing Difficulties.
  • Severe Bleeding That Cannot Be Stopped.
  • Severe Allergic Reactions.
  • Severe Burns Or Scalds.

Please note due to A&E dealing with genuine life threatening emergencies, your waiting time in the A&E department can vary day to day.

Less severe injuries can be treated in your local urgent care centre or by calling NHS 111 on '111'.

 

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