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The St Vincent Medical CentreTel: 01302 361318
Hollybush Health CentreTel: 01302 890440
8.00am - 6.00pm
7.00am - 6.00pm
8.00am - 7.30pm
The Practice will be closed on the following dates:-
Friday 10th April 2020 (Good Friday)
Monday 13th April 2020 (Easter Monday)
Friday 8th May 2020 (VE Day)
Monday 25th May 2020 (Bank Holiday)
Monday 31st August 2020 (Bank Holiday)
Friday 25th December 2020 (Christmas Day)
Monday 28th December 2020 (Boxing Day Bank Holiday)
Friday 1st of January 2021 (New Years Day)
If you require medical attention outside of normal hours, and it is not an emergency requiring a 999 call or immediate attention, then you should telephone the usual surgery number. You will hear a message asking you if you need urgent medical attention. If you do require this please press 1 and your call will put through to the out of hours service. The receptionist there will take your details and a Doctor will call you back. If you are asked to go and see a Doctor at the out of hours clinic you will find this based in the Accident & Emergency Department of Doncaster Royal Infirmary. You are not able to attend this clinic without a pre-booked appointment. It is not part of the A&E Department.
It is not appropriate to visit Accident & Emergency for non-urgent matters. You will have to wait for a long time to be dealt with and the department needs to be able to deal with the very urgent cases that arise.
If you have any minor illness problems, you can, if you wish, contact your local pharmacist for advice or call the NHS Helpline on 111.
Please ask at reception if you require any further information.
Out-of-hours services are generally busy so please think carefully before asking to see a doctor and only do so if you genuinely cannot wait until the surgery re-opens.
Extended Access – Appointments Outside of Practice Hours
Extra appointments are being provided in the evening and at weekends across Doncaster. The service is an extension of your GP practice and offers routine and same day appointments with a range of clinicians including GPs, Nurses and other Healthcare Professionals.
When using the service, you may not see your usual doctor, but we do employ clinicians from local practices where possible.
With your consent, our clinicians will be able to access your healthcare record to ensure they can offer the right treatment for you, and prescribe medication or refer you for further treatment if necessary.
These appointments are run by Primary Care Doncaster Limited and are offered from the following locations:
The Lakeside Practice, Askern, DN6 0HZ
Tickhill and Colliery Medical Practice, Tickhill, DN11 9NA
Conisbrough Group Practice, Conisbrough, DN12 3JW
Thorne Moor Medical Practice, Thorne, DN8 4BQ
Same Day Health Centre, Town Centre, DN1 2DJ
We can book you an appointment out of practice hours at a weekend or evening from reception – ask for further details.
Extended Access - Poster.pdf