When We Are Closed

When the surgery is closed (including weekends & Bank Holidays), for emergency problems there will always be a doctor available. Just ring NHS111 by dialling 111 from your telephone. This is a free call.

Call 999 in an emergency. Chest pains and / or shortness of breath constitute as an emergency.


Lunchtime Phone Closure

Our phone line closes between 12.30pm - 1.30pm daily.  The phone lines will be closed for 1 hour but if patients have a urgent medical problem between this time, please contact the practice's mobile:

07745 270 816


Practice Protected Time

The surgery closes one Tuesday per month between 12.30pm and 8.00am the following morning for Practice Protected Time (PPT).  This is so staff can attend essential training to ensure we deliver the highest standard of care. Dates of the Practice Protected Time for 2019-20 are as follows:

15th January 2019

19th February 2019

19th March 2019

16th April 2019

21st May 2019

18th June 2019

16th July 2019

20th August 2019

17th September 2019

15th October 2019

19th November 2019

17th December 2019

21st January 2020

You can also obtain 24 hour general medical advice by accessing the NHS 111 Website.

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