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GP Extended Opening Hours Clinics 

We would like all patients in our community to be able to see a local GP or Nurse when they need to. We have set up a network of GP Practices across the region offering extended opening hours for pre-bookable and same day routine extended access appointments.  The GP extended opening hours service operates between 6.00pm-8.00pm on weekdays and 9.00am- 1.00pm on weekends and allows patients to be seen within a network of GP Practices at a convenient time and location, depending on availability, The service is forecast to continue until 30th September 2018.

 Call now to book a routine appointment 0333 222 6649

Patient Online Services

This practice currently offers the facility for all patients to order online, view and print a list of theirrepeat prescriptions for drugs, medicines or appliances.

 

When We Are Closed

red_clockOut of hours is from 18:00 - 08:00 during the week, all weekends and bank holidays - These times are covered by Shropdoc who deal with medical emergencies which cannot wait until the surgery is normally open.

Telephone: 01746 712672

When you telephone out of hours, our phone system will connect you directly to Shropdoc. They will take your details and will call you back to discuss your problem.

In a case of a major medical emergency which you consider might require immediate hospital treatment phone 999, the nearest casualty department is either at Telford or Shrewsbury.

Some of our Stottesdon patients may be taken to Worcester Hospital. There is a minor injuries unit at Kidderminster, Ludlow and Bridgnorth – These are not all open 24 hours and can only deal with recent minor injuries.

NHS 111

In the case of urgent need when the practice is closed but it is not a 999 Emergency, you can call 111, 24 hours a day.

Call 999 in an emergency. Chest pains and / or shortness of breath constitute an emergency.

For immediate, life-threatening emergencies, continue to call 999.

 

 
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