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Patients - please note that all telephone calls to and from the surgery are recorded, for training and quality purposes.

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When We Are ClosedNHS111_(2)

Please note that during the week Westcourt Medical Centre is closed from 18:30 until 08:00 the following day and from 18:30 on Friday to 08:00 on Monday.

If an emergency occurs and you require a GP visit outside of our normal hours of service please ring the usual number: 01903 777000 or 111.

On dialling this number you will hear a recorded message that will advise you that the surgery is closed and you have come through to the out-of-hours service. Your call will then be put through to a trained advisor at NHS 111, who will take your details.

You will need to provide your name, address, the name of your OR a contact telephone number and date of birth. Please be ready with these details.

Depending on the nature of your problem they will return your call and you will speak to a doctor who will give you appropriate advice or ask you to attend an out-of-hours centre or arrange a home visit.

This means that regardless of where a person lives in the county, the same provider will respond to a call providing a seamless service that has no district or borough boundaries.

NHS 111 operate their service from 18:00 - 08:00 Monday to Friday and 24 hours Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holidays.

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 always call 999. Chest pains and / or shortness of breath constitute an emergency.  

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