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Out of Hours Appointments

Did you know you can now book appointments with a GP weekday evenings from 6:30pm to 8:00pm, Saturday's and Sunday's and also weekend evenings at one of the Rotherham Hubs. 

If you wish to be seen at any of the Hubs (Dinnngton, Broom Lane, Magna Surgery) please contact the surgery for a member of staff to book you into one of the available slots. When booking the appointment a member of staff will ask you the following questions, 

  • Reason for appointment
  • Consent for 3rd party access to your clinical records (without this you will not be able to attend the HUBS).
  • Do you require a chaperone.
  • Is this an ongoing problem. (Please note the appointment won't be booked if it is an ongoing problem you are seeing the GP about). 
  • Up to date contact telephone number. 

Out of Hours

Strictly emergency problems only

Please note that this emergency service (if you have a life threatening medical emergency please dial 999) is not for routine problems. It should NEVER be used as an alternative to a surgery appointment. When the surgery is closed, should you require urgent medial Out of Hours assistance which cannot wait until we re open please dial 111.   (This is a free phone number from both landlines and mobiles) or attend the:-

 Rotherham Urgent and Emergency Care Centre

Rotherham Hospital

Moorgate Road Rotherham S60 2UD 

01709 424455 www.rotherhamemergencycentre.nhs.uk

The centre will treat anyone with an urgent or emergency care need.

An urgent care need is something which needs immediate care but isn't life or limb threatening such as broken bones, burns and scalds, wounds and minor illnesses including fever, infections and rashes

If you are unsure where to go, there are a range of healthcare professionals who are able to advise the best course of treatment including pharmacists, GP's and NHS 111.



 
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