When the practice is closed the Out of Hours Service is available but should be used only for urgent problems that cannot wait until the surgery is open again. The telephone number for this service is 111.
You can also get advice from NHS 111. Speak to a triage nurse and your needs will be assessed and advice offered or arrangements made for you to see a doctor.
Any Out of Hours Services should only be used if you genuinely cannot wait until the surgery re-opens.
For emergencies such as chest pain and/or shortness of breath or severe blood loss call 999.
The surgery is closed on one Wednesday afternoon each month, along with all other practices in the town, for training purposes which involves both clinical and administrative staff.
The phone lines are closed from 12:30, and the doors close from 13:00.
During 2022, the surgery will be CLOSED on the following afternoons from 12.30 for training purposes:
Wednesday 26th January Cancelled due to Covid Pandemic
|Wednesday 23rd February|
|Wednesday 30th March|
|Wednesday 6th April|
|Wednesday 25th May|
|Wednesday 22nd June|
|Wednesday 13th July|
|Wednesday 10th August|
|Wednesday 14th September|
|Wednesday 12th October|
|Wednesday 9th November|
|Wednesday 14th December|
Please be particularly conscious of these dates when ordering and collecting medication.
Access to General Practice – Midlands
Issued May 2021
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