Opening Times

Monday

07:30 - 18:00

Tuesday

08:15 - 18:00

Wednesday

08:30 - 18:00

Thursday

07:30 - 18:00

Friday

08:30 - 18:00

Weekend

closed

 

 

 

EASTER 2021 OPENING TIMES

Thursday 1st April                                  7:30am – 18:00

Friday 2nd April                                      Closed

Monday 5th April                                    Closed   

Tuesday 6th April                                   8:15am - 18:00

Pharmacy Opening Times over Easter

Please click on the link below for local pharmacy opening hours over the Easter weekend

CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR OPENING TIMES

December 2020

Thursday 24th                         (Christmas Eve)         7:30am – 18:00

Friday 25th                              (Christmas Day)               Closed

Monday 28th                      (in lieu of Boxing Day)          Closed    

                                                                  

Thursday 31st                                    (New Year’s Eve)         7:30am – 18:00

Friday 1st                                (New Year’s Day)             Closed

The surgery re-opens

Monday 4th                                                                   7:30am – 18:00      

Find out which local pharmacies and GP practices are open over the Christmas and New Year. Visit:

http://www.urgentoremergency.co.uk/gp-opening-times

 

GP 7 day working - Extended Access

From 1st September 2017 you can now book to see a GP or Nurse over the weekend, evenings or early mornings.  This is called the South Tyneside Extended Primary Care Service.

A small number of specific surgeries will open on different days and times to create more options for patients.

Appointments are pre-bookable only and should be booked Monday – Friday via your registered GP practice. (Please do not turn up outside normal working hours without booking an appointment as you will not be seen.)

The GP/Nurse is able to see your medical records provided you have given consent.

For further information or to book an appointment contact the Trinity team.

 
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