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Closure for Training: To enable the doctors and staff to keep up to date the practice will be closed for staff training from 12.30pm to 4:00pm on Wednesday 8th May 2019, Wednesday 4th September 2019 and Wednesday 11th December 2019.

Closures for Bank Holidays 2019:
  1st January, 19th April, 22nd April, 6th May, 27th May, 26th August, 25 & 26th December.

Patient Group:
We are looking for additional patients who may be interested in joining the practice patient group. Follow the link "Have your say" for further information.

When We Are ClosedNHS111

We are closed between 6:30pm and 8:00am Monday to Friday, weekends and on public holidays, or when training sessions have been organised.

In order to obtain medical advice at these times please call NHS 111 service

This service is for urgent medical problems that cannot wait until the next day to be treated. You can contact this service by ringing 111. The surgery telephone numbers are diverted to NHS 111 between 6.30pm and 8.00am on week days and also at weekends and on bank holidays.

A receptionist in the NHS 111 emergency call centre will answer your call. They will either:

  • Arrange for you to speak to a doctor or nurse.
  • Invite you to attend the centre to be seen by the doctor.
  • Arrange a home visit if you are too ill to visit the centre

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.  

Additional information about out of hours services  can be found on the local Clinical Commissioning Group website.

For accidents and real emergencies please note the following local Accident & Emergency Departments 

For minor illness or injuries contact Sleaford Minor Injuries Service

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