|Monday||8AM to 8PM|
|Tuesday||8AM to 6.30PM|
|Wednesday||8AM to 8PM|
|Thursday||8AM to 6.30PM|
|Friday||8AM to 6.30PM|
Throughout the day, other than in exceptional circumstances or during staff training, our Medical Staff, Reception & Administration staff are available to help you.
When we are closed, contact the Out of Hours Service for medical advice in an emergency by dialling 111.
Calls to 111 are free from landlines and mobiles.
Should the surgery be shut for any reason we will display details of how to contact us and our answer machine messages will give clear instructions on how to obtain urgent medical advice. Additionally, www.patient.co.uk provides information on a variety of medical conditions and self help groups.
This site can also be used by patients to book appointments. To book an appointment see our online booking page.
Non-urgent advice: Extended Access & Out of Hours
Whatever the time of day, if your problem is life threatening – ie suspected heart attack, stroke, a serious accident or severe bleeding – then please dial 999 at once.
To get medical help at evenings, weekends and Bank Holidays please ring the NHS 111 Service.
Extended Hours Services
There are some appointments available through the West Enfield Collaborative Extended Access Services between 6:30 to 8pm weekdays and 9-5pm on Saturdays.
We are extending our hours in line with the Government’s request for patients who need to see a Doctor outside our normal hours of Monday to Friday 8AM – 6.30PM. To try and satisfy this demand from working patients we have decided that different rules must apply:
- These appointments are for urgent medical problems and pre-bookable in advance.
- These are one problem appointments only
- These extended hours appointments will be available on 2 weekdays a week being Monday & Wednesday.
- They will be available for booking about 2 weeks in advance and will be with the Duty Doctor.
- We expect Doctors to swap shifts on a regular basis and if you like to see your favourite Doctor then extended hours is not for you.
- To be fair to all our patients we do not think it is unreasonable to expect patients to telephone to cancel their extended hours’ appointment at least the day before, if they no longer want the appointment. If patients fail to do so then we may bar them from future extended hours’ appointments.