Surgery & Dispensary Opening Hours

 

 

Opening Hours

   Monday

08:30 - 18:15

   Tuesday

08:30 - 18:15

   Wednesday

08:30 - 18:15

   Thursday

08:30 - 18:15

   Friday

08:30 - 18:15

   Saturday

Closed

   Sunday

Closed

 

Please Note:

TEMPORARY CLOSURE of DISPENSARY DURING THE WEEKEND starting 18.4.20

The surgery will no longer be open for the collection of medications on a Saturday morning from Sat 18 April. Our new regular hours for the collection of medication will be Monday to Friday 8.30am until 5.00pm.  The window may not be manned if we are operating with skeleton staff so please ring the bell and someone will be with you as soon as they can.  Your co-operation and patience at this time is very appreciated.

If you have an urgent medical problem during these times and telephone the main surgery number 01872 863221 you will be advised to telephone 111 or alternatively you can use the link NHS 111 for medical advice.

Please do not ask to see a doctor out of hours unless you genuinely cannot wait until the surgery re-opens.

Temporary measures during the Covid-19 pandemic - We will now be closed on Saturday Morning Clinics so all medication needs to be collected between Monday - Friday 9am - 5pm.

If you require emergency medical treatment please phone the Out of Hours Service by dialling 111.

There will be no telephone access to the surgery on a Saturday, the phones are re-directed straight to the Out of Hours Service.

Staff Meetings:

The surgery holds regular staff training meetings throughout the year and will be closed on the dates below from 12.30pm until 2.00pm.  The telephones will be answered by an 'Out of Hours' service provider and if urgent medical assistance is required during these hours they will inform the duty GP.  All other matters should wait until we re-open after 2.00pm.  If you have an appointment with our Physio during these times please wait in the atrium and Mr Lawrence will come and collect you.

Dates for 2020

Thursday 18 June (postponed)

Thursday 16 July (postponed)

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