WHEN WE ARE CLOSED
During the hours when our Surgery is closed (6.30pm - 8.00am weekdays, at weekends and on Public and Bank Holidays), you will be able to access medical advice and services including the Out of Hours service by telephoning: 111
You can call 111 when you need medical help fast but it’s not a 999 emergency.
NHS 111 has replaced NHS Direct and is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Calls are free from landlines and mobile phones.
To access the 111 service via a textphone call 18001 111.
For more information visit the 111 website
Pharmacy Extended Opening Hours
If you need access to a Pharmacy outside of normal working hours please click on the link below to view a list or contact NHS 111
Salisbury Walk-in Centre
Telephone 01722 331191 or visit their website for more information.
Walk-in centres do not replace local doctor or hospital services but complement them by providing acess to a range of treatment for minor illness and injuries at times when local practices may not be open.
The Salisbury walk-in centre is open;
Monday to Friday 6.30pm until 10pm
Saturdays, Sundays and Bank Holidays, from 8am until 8pm.
Lymington Urgent Treatment Centre
To access the service simply walk into the Urgent Treatment Centre at Lymington Hospital between 8am and 9pm, 365 days per year.
Lymington New Forest Hospital, Wellworthy Road, Lymington S0418QD. View Map
Salisbury District Hospital A&E
Please only go to the Accident & Emergency department if the illness or injury is life threatening or can't wait until we are open.
For more information please visit their website
Do I need to call 999?
Please only dial 999 or go to your nearest Accident & Emergency if the illness or injury is life threatening or can't wait. You should dial 999 immediately if you or someone else is seriously ill. For example if someone
- has had a major accident
- has problems with breathing
- has severe chest pains
- is unconscious
- has lost a lot of blood
You can call 111 24 hours a day when you need medical advice or help fast but it’s not a 999 emergency