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The Croxley Green surgery is open at the following times:
(*Between 8 and 8.30am the phones lines are open for emergency calls only)
The Sarratt surgery is open from 8am to midday, Monday to Thursday.
If you have a WEA appointment that you cannot attend please contact New Road Surgery or if we are closed please contact WEA directly on 07478 306 994.
We are currently working with the Watford Care Alliance and offering additional pre-bookable weekend appointments to our patients at New Road surgery and at other local practices.
The surgery that opens each weekend to provide these appointments will vary each weekend.
Please speak to reception for the current availability.
Please note these weekend appointments are pre-bookable only. Please call the surgery during our usual opening hours on Monday to Friday to book one of these additional weekend appointments.
On weekdays between the hours of 6.30 pm and 8.0am, and all day and night on weekends and bank holidays, services are commissioned by the West Hertfordshire PCT and provided by NHS 111.There are no local Walk-In Centres at present.
If you think you need medical treatment out of normal hours, you have a choice:
Please do not ask to see a doctor out of hours unless you genuinely cannot wait until the surgery re-opens.
Call 999 in an emergency. Chest pains and / or shortness of breath constitute an emergency.
There is a wide range of NHS services available in Hertfordshire but we know that sometimes it can be difficult to know which one to use, or where to go if you feel ill.
Click here for information on using the right NHS service for your symptoms so you can be seen and treated by the right health care professional first time.
You can also search for details of your nearest minor injuries unit, urgent care centre, or in the case of a serious illness or injury, your nearest emergency department.
It is also important that if you have a minor condition, you use services like your local pharmacy, GP surgery or GP out of hours service, rather than an emergency department – which is designed to treat people with very serious conditions only.