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Practice Closure

The Practice will close on the 31st March 2018. The last opening day will be 29th March. This is due to the Bank Holiday. You will need to find a new GP practice before this date.

If you haven't located a new GP practice as of the 31st March, you will not have an assigned GP practice (excluding patients with complex needs).

Surgery Opening Hours

Please be advised, as of the 2nd Feb Earsdon Park within the Oxford Centre Longbenton, will close at 1:00pm on Fridays. Please ensure your prescriptions are collected before this time.

As of the 1st February the surgery opening hours will be;

Shiremoor:

Monday-Friday 8:30am-6:00pm

Longbenton:

Monday-Thursday 8:30am-6:00pm

Friday 8:30am-1:00pm

Evening And Weekend Appointments

Evening and weekend Appointments available, please visit the practice news section on the home page for info.


Closure Of Earsdon Park Medical Practice

It is with regret that Earsdon Park Medical Practice will close on 31st March 2018. Notification letters have been sent out to all registered patients advising that they will need to register with another GP practice. This applies to both our main Practice site Shiremoor and branch surgery at the Oxford Centre, Longbenton.

 


 

Prescription Line

Please note we have changed our prescription times. Please call between 10am-12pm or 2pm-4pm.

 

GP Appointments

If you need to discuss more than one problem with the GP, please book a double appointment.

 

 

When We Are Closed

 

What to do when your GP practice is closed:

-  If it’s a life-threatening emergency call 999

-  If you need medical help but it’s not an emergency call 111

 

During normal practice opening hours, the practice remains your first point of contact for all routine requests.

 

NHS 111 is the number to call when you need medical help fast but it’s not a life-threatening emergency.  Calls to NHS 111 are FREE from landlines and mobiles and NHS 111 is available 24/7, every day of the year

 

When to call 111

You should call 111 when:

·  You think you need to go to A&E or to another NHS urgent care service

·  Your GP surgery is closed and you need healthcare advice

·  You don’t know who to call for medical help.

 

When to call 999

Call 999 for life threatening emergencies such as: http://www.nhs.uk/NHSEngland/AboutNHSservices/Emergencyandurgentcareservices/Pages/NHS-111.aspx

·  Major accident or trauma

·  Severe breathlessness

·  Severe bleeding

·  Loss of consciousness

·  Severe chest pain

 

 

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