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Telephone: 01543 220 441
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Surgery Opening Times

Normal Opening Times

We are open:

  • Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 8am to 6.30pm.
  • We also offer out of hours and extended hours appointments.

We are closed on weekends and bank holidays.

The practice closes on some afternoons for training purposes.

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Evenings and Saturdays

Did you know you can have an appointment evenings and Saturdays?

Additional appointments are available between 6.30pm and 8pm Monday to Friday, and between 9am and 5pm on Saturdays for all our registered patients at our GP hub.

This may be a:

  • a face to face appointment
  • a telephone consultation
  • a video consultation

To book an appointment, please call the practice and speak to the team for an ‘out of hours’ appointment.

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Practice Team Training

Hednesford Medical Practice will be closed for one afternoon each month for training and there will be no routine clinics or surgery appointments on these afternoons:

  • Tuesday 9 April 2024

  • Tuesday 14May 2024

  • Tuesday 11 June 2024

  • Tuesday 9 July 2024

  • Tuesday 13 August 2024

  • Tuesday 10 September 2024

  • Tuesday 8 October 2024

  • Tuesday 12 November 2024

  • Tuesday 10 December 2024

  • Tuesday 14 January 2025

  • Tuesday 11 February 2025

  • Tuesday 11 March 2025

Medical cover will be provided by Vocare (Totally Urgent Care) via telephone number: 0300 123 5491 during this time.  If you call the Practice during 1.00 - 6.30 pm during the above training times you will automatically connected to Vocare who will triage your needs appropriately.

In an Emergency only during any of the above afternoons please telephone 111 or visit NHS 111 online.

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When we are Closed

For health information and advice, or if you need medical help fast when we are closed, call NHS 111. NHS 111 is the number to call when you need medical help fast but it’s not a life threatening emergency.

In life threatening emergencies such as chest pain and severe shortness of breath you should call 999

Further information can be found on our Urgent Problems page.