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Castle Donington Surgery53 Borough StreetCastle DoningtonDerby, DE74 2LBTel: 01332 856 050
Opening hours - As of 16 March 2020
We are restricted to core opening hours. We are not providing any form of extended hours.
We are open from 08:00 till 18:30 Monday to Friday, except for weekends and bank holidays.
We are suspending all Thursday afternoon staff training events.
NHS 111 online is your first port of call even when the practice is open. You will be able to access screening questionnaires and immediate advice. You will be instructed to call NHS 111 if deemed necessary.
Walk-in centres across the country are reducing their services and availability.
If you do not have access to the internet please call NHS 111 directly. They will tell you where to go if you need a face to face assessment.
Call 999 in an emergency. Chest pains and/or shortness of breath constitute an emergency.
Protected Learning Time (PLT) sessions are provided for staff by the CCG. Primarily these sessions are aimed at GPs. GPs are often required to attend meetings and locality training events away from the surgery on PLT days. This is why GP surgeries across the locality close on the same afternoon. The CCGs also provide sessions and training for admin and support staff.
When we are closed, we use the opportunity for staff meetings and internal training.
Please find below the planned dates when service will be reduced or we will be closed for the afternoon.
We will be closed on the following National Bank Holidays;
GP ServicesNecessary changes to GP contract regulations now mean Friday 8 May 2020 is defined as core hours, meaning it is a normal working day for general practice. We will be open from 08:00 - 18:30.