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Please Note, We will be closed on a Tuesday from 12pm on the following dates, for mandatory staff training: 7th September 21, 12th October 21, 9th November 21, 11th Jan 2022, 1st Feb 2022 & 8th March 2022.

If you require help or advice when we are closed, please still ring the surgery number (0115 9861128) and you will be transferred to our Out of hours provider who will help you get the correct treatment or advice. alternatively you can also dial 111 or attend the Urgent Care Centre, located on London Road.

REMEMBER A&E is not for minor ailments but for EMERGENCIES ONLY.

When We Are Closed

We will be closed on the following 2020/2021 Bank Holidays: 

2020

Christmas  - Friday 25th December 

                 -  Monday 28th December (substitute day)

2021

New year - Friday 1st January 2021

Easter Friday 2nd April (Good Friday)

               Monday 5th April (Easter Monday)

May Bank Holidays -   Monday 3rd May (Early may bank holiday)

                                    Monday 31st May (Spring bank holiday)

August bank Holiday - Monday 30th August (summer bank holiday)

Christmas  - Monday 27th December 2021 (substitute day)

                  - Tuesday 28th December 2021 (substitute day)                                      

                                          

If you have a medical problem that cannot wait until we reopen call the surgery on 0115 986 1128 and you will be given details of our out of hour’s provider.

For more general information you can go to the NHS Choices website.

Or contact the local Clinical Commissioning Group which is:

NHS Nottingham City Clinical Commissioning Group at:

1 Standard Court, Park Row, Nottingham NG1 6GN

Telephone: 0115 845 4545

Fax: 0115 912 3302

Or contact the Patient Experience Team on: Telephone: 0800 183 0456

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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