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Advance notice of closures

The surgery  and dispensary will be closed from 1pm on these days

Wednesday 17th January 2018

Thank you

 


Don't forget to get your free flu jab if you are over 65


Christmas & New Year Opening times

Friday 22nd Dec 8am - 6.30pm

Saturday 23rd Dec Closed

Sunday 24th Dec Closed

Monday 25th Dec Closed

Tuesday 26th Dec Closed

Wednesday 27th Dec 8am - 6.30pm

Thursday 28th Dec 8am - 6.30pm

Friday 29th Dec 8am - 6.30pm

Saturday 30th Dec Closed

Sunday 31st Dec Closed

Monday 1st Jan 2018 Closed

Urgent Help when you need it

Minor Injuries (small wounds, burns or sprains) 

Hamstreet Surgery Monday - Friday (8am - 6pm) 

injuries (small wounds,

Minor Injuries Weekend Service

 

A walk in service will be available at Ivy Court Surgery every Saturday & Hamstreet Surgery every Sunday, from 9am -12pm. This is ONLY for patients who are registered at Hamstreet Surgery, Ivycourt Surgery & Woodchurch Surgery . The centre will be staffed by a GP, Nurse and Receptionist and will provide urgent healthcare for minor injuries and illnesses which patients feel cannot wait to be dealt with.

 

Serious or emergency cases should continue to access the A&E department at the William Harvey Hospital as now occurs.

 

There will be no advance bookable appointments and it will be a walk-in service where patients will be seen in the order of clinical priority.We ask this only to be used appropriately for cases that cannot wait till Monday.

 

Dental emergency

Please note that GP's do not treat any dental issues, eg abscess, toothache etc.

Please contact your dentist. No Dentist? Tel:0808 238 9797

Evenings & weekends. Tel : 01634 890300   

 

Late Night and Sunday Pharmacies

Asda (Kimberley Way) 01233 655000

Boots (Barrey Road) 01233 503670

Sainsbury’s (Simone Weil Avenue) 01233 662819

Tesco (Kingsnorth) 01233 207349



 
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