King Street Surgery Tel: 01524 541651
University Medical PracticeTel: 01524 387780
The NHS 111 Service is available to give advice and direct you straight away to the local service that can help you best, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year on 111.
If you need to contact a Doctor urgently during evenings and nights, weekends and bank holidays please contact 111 who will help you.
Monday to Friday 8am – 6:30pm
See below for Extended Appointment times
We are pleased to inform you that we now open regularly on both Monday night's until 9pm and on Saturday mornings 8-12pm at the University site, please enquire at Reception to find out exact clinic dates.
We have our own car park and level entry access at the university site.
The receptionists will be available during these times to take your phone queries at these times for booking appointments during the week, helping you with Choose and Book or ordering prescriptions or checking results.
The out of hours service will still be there for all emergencies, telephone advice and house calls. Our extra appointments are pre – bookable only and not for same day emergencies.
Everyone can make an appointment at these extra times and we think they may be particularly useful for the elderly who may need a relative to drive them there after work and for people who work full time and find it difficult to take time off to visit the GP for reviews.
So far the feedback from patients has been excellent and we value any comments you may make about this service, as we do aim to offer you the very best care we can.
If you need to see a Doctor when the surgery is closed please telephone 111
During the out of hours period call NHS 111 for assessment and advice. If your condition requires further treatment they will identify the most appropriate local service to meet your need and either direct you to the service or pass your assessment details directly on to it. This includes the local GP Out of Hours Service, Bay Urgent Care.
Out-of-hours services are generally busy so please think carefully before asking to see a doctor and only do so if you genuinely cannot wait until the surgery re-opens.
In a genuine emergency you should call 999. Chest pains and / or shortness of breath constitute an emergency.
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