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Festive Bank Holiday Opening Times

Thursday 14th November 2019     - Practice educational away day -Only Endless Street will be open 8.00 to 6.30pm
Tuesday 24th December 2019       - Christmas Eve - 8.00am to 6.30pm
                                                          - (8.00am to 2.00pm St Anns Street only)
Wednesday 25th December 2019 - Christmas Day - CLOSED
Thursday 25th December 2019     - Boxing Day - CLOSED
Friday 27th December 2019          - 8.00am to 6.30pm
                                                          - (8.00am to 2.00pm St Ann's Street only)
                                                          - (Early close after final appointment Winterslow only)
Tuesday 31st December 2019       - New Year's Eve 8.00am to 6.30pm
Wednesday 1st January 2020       - New Year's Day - CLOSED
Thursday 2nd January 2020          - Open as normal

Please ensure that you submit prescription requests in good time 

When We Are Closed NHS111

If you believe you need to seek medical advice or see a health care professional between 6.30pm and 8.00am (Monday to Friday), at weekends and Bank Holidays, please call NHS 111. 

A receptionist or nurse will take your call and contact the duty doctor.

NHS 111

  • Free to call number available 24 hours a day, every day of the year
  • Single point of access for urgent care advice 'when it's not as serious as 999'
  • The service will direct the public to the right service first time without the need to re-triage
  • There are only three numbers to remember for urgent healthcare advice:
  1. GP surgery for problems arising in the normal working day
  2. 111 if the practice is closed or if away from home
  3. 999 if there is a life-threatening emergency

Calls to NHS 111

  • Will be answered by trained, non-clinical advisers
  • They will assess the caller's needs using a clinical assessment tool, called NHS Pathways
  • This is already used locally in the out-of-hours service

NHS 111 can

  • dispatch an ambulance
  • give health advice and information or
  • signpost the patient to the most appropriate local service

Always call 999 in an EMERGENCY

Chest pains, collapse, facial weakness or a shortness of breath constitute an emergency.

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