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481 - 491 Mansfield RoadSherwoodNottingham, NG5 2JJTel: 01159 620932
Following on from recent government guidance and the use of face coverings in public unfortunately we are not able to provide exemption letters of any kind. For further help and advice please see the website below:
8.00am to 6.30 pm, Monday to Friday.
If you require urgent medical attention or advice outside of normal surgery hours please call NHS111. Calls are free from both landlines and mobile phones.
8 May 2020, Early May bank holiday (VE day) 25 May 2020, Spring bank holiday 31 August 2020, Summer bank holiday 25 December 2020, Christmas Day 28 December 2020, Boxing Day (substitute day)
Other Health Services
Besides your GP surgery, there are also various other services that can help if you have a health related issue:
Many Pharmacies in Nottingham are now able to give advice & treatments for a range of minor conditions.
For details of the Pharmacy First scheme, click here.
Based next to the BBC on London Road, it deals with urgent but NOT life threatening conditions, including minor burns, minor head injuries, skin infections & suspected broken bones, dental conditions, eye infections & minor injuries.
No appointment is needed - just walk in, 7am-9pm, 365 days a year.
In a genuine emergency you should call 999. Chest pains and / or shortness of breath constitute an emergency.
The practice will close at 12pm on the on the following dates for essential staff training and will reopen the following day at 8am.
15th September 2020
13th October 2020
10th November 2020
19th January 2021
2nd February 2021
16th March 2021