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Please note that our surgery will be closed on Tuesday 30th April 2019 between 12:00-14:30 to facilitate staff training.  If you require urgent medical attention during these times please call  07511 044891 (this number is only available during these times).

Our surgery will be closed from 12:00 on Wednesday 22nd May 2019 for county wide staff training.  Access to urgent medical advice will be provided by NHS 111 during our surgery closure.  If you believe you have an emergency issue then please dial 999.  We will be open for our normal working hours on the 23rd May 2019.

When We Are Closed

Nights and Weekends - From Tuesday 17th July 2018, patients across Shropshire who need urgent out of hours medical help or advice will need to call 111.

The NHS 111 service will replace the current out of hours GP telephone access service provided by Shropdoc in line with national policy. The purpose of this change is to provide a consistent integrated approach to urgent care out of hours.  If any patient needs to be seen by a clinician urgently before the practice re-opens they will continue to be seen by a local GP or other appropriate clinician. 

Depending on the situation the NHS 111 team can connect you to generalist and specialist nurses, GP or even a pharmacist and can arrange face to face appointments should these be needed. 

Please see attached our FAQ's sheet regarding the new NHS 111 out of hours service for further information: FAQ's NHS 111 

Out of Hours

Patients requiring stitches or with suspected broken bones are advised to go directly to the Accident and Emergency Department at the Royal Shrewsbury Hospital.

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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