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The following tables indicate the schedules for each of the practice's surgeries. For particular services such as baby clinics, antenatal clinics, phlebotomy etc., please enquire at reception.
An answering service will handle
emergency calls out of normal surgery hours. Emergency numbers are available
from the answer phone message at your usual surgery. Here a different team of
doctors will be available to give telephone advice or visit you if the doctor
feels it necessary or you may be asked to attend an out of hours emergency clinic.
Please remember that this service is for emergencies only and, wherever possible,
non-urgent calls should wait until the following morning when the surgery will
be open, and the resident team of doctors available.
You can also obtain health advice or information by telephoning NHS Direct on 0845 4647 or visiting www.nhsdirect.nhs.uk