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Please give reception staff as much information as possible so that suitable appointments can be made.
New episodes of illness are best seen at morning surgery as samples may need to be taken.
If you need an urgent appointment and your usual doctor is unavailable you will be offered an appointment with another doctor. The telephone is very busy in the mornings so, if possible, please ring on non-urgent matters in the afternoons. There are six lines and if the reception staff do not answer immediately it is because they are busy on other lines.
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Telephone: NHS111 (dial 111)
Patients are able to contact a doctor in an emergency out of normal surgery hours after 6 pm in the evening and before 8.30 am in the morning. If you do need a doctor in an emergency during these times, please telephone the Out of Hours Service directly for advice. Please consider whether your problem will wait until the surgery is open.
Patients may still telephone the surgery line out of hours on 01452 812545 but will be automatically diverted to the emergency call centre.
Please do not ask to see a doctor out of hours unless you genuinely cannot wait until the surgery re-opens.
Call 999 in an emergency. Chest pains and / or shortness of breath constitute an emergency. Requests for routine medication, ear syringes, replacement dressings would NOT constitute an emergency.
The next scheduled bank holiday closures are:
If you need a doctor in an emergency outside surgery hours - please telephone NHS 111 (dial 111). Alternatively, if you telephone the surgery 01452 812545, you will be automatically re-directed to the Emergency Out of Hours Service
If you have a LIFE THREATENING emergency, please dial 999.
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