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Opening Hours
The reception area is open from 8.00 am to 6.30 pm Monday to Friday. We are closed at weekends and on all public holidays.

Out of hours :If you or your family need urgent medical care when the surgery is closed, please phone 111. One surgery in the area is offering appointments at weekends. If you call 111 they should be able to direct you to the surgery offering this service.

 The best time to call the surgery for advice is after morning clinics, usually between 11.30 and 12 noon. If the doctor you wish to speak to is still busy they will call you back, provided you leave a phone number, preferably a land line. 


The surgery is able to accept new patients who live in our practice area. 


Every two months (but sometimes more often) the practice will be closed on  a Tuesday afternoon to allow protected staff training time. We need to  do this to keep up with changes and developments which affect the practice.  On these afternoons the phones will be switched off for up to five hours, reception may be closed, and any urgent needs will be directed to the out of hours service

The next date is in February 2018

Please try our automated arrivals screen next time you come in for an appointment?!

Our current registrar is  Dr Eylem Hannan, but she is going on maternity leave in the middle of March 2018... we wish her well with the new arrival



The health visitors' baby clinic  at Sherwood Health Centre is  on  Tuesdays at 12 noon 

Sexual Health checks are available, Please look up under clinics and services



Provided that you live within the practice area outlined below, you may register at this surgery. If you do not live in this area we would not normally accept you as a patient. Other surgeries also cover parts of the same area.

practice area

The practice has a car park with limited space, and is about two minutes walk from the nearest bus stop. The surgery has ramp access and a toilet for disabled patients.

To register please call in at the surgery reception, with your medical card if you have it, and the receptionists will take your details and offer you a registration appointment. They will also ask you for two forms of ID, preferably including some photo ID, which could be a driving licence, passport, travel pass etc.

After you are fully registered with us you may request online access to allow you to book appointments, order repeat medication and view certain aspects of your medical record. We require photo ID for this, if you have not already provided it.

You may express a preference as to which doctor you wish to see and this can be recorded in your computer medical record. You may, however, see any of the doctors.

If you are on any routine medication you MUST make a registration appointment with the doctor.

The nurses offer new patient checks to those who are not on any medication. If you move out of the area while you are registered with us you should register with another GP in whose area you live.  

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