Welcome to Lockwood Surgery
Opening times: 8:30am to 6:30pm Monday to Friday.
Closed: 6:30pm to 8:30am Monday to Friday, Weekends and Bank Holidays.
Appointments can be made over the phone, in person and online.
Routine appointments with the Doctor are usually of 10 minutes duration.
Practice Nurse appointments are of variable duration dependent upon the reason for the appointment.
Appointments can be made for face to face or telephone consultations.
It's very helpful if you discuss the reason for your appointment with Reception as this will help to ensure you receive the right service with the right person at the right time.
Same day appointments are available every day if your medical problem genuinely cannot wait until the next available routine appointment.
TRAINING CLOSURE DATES
The practice will close at 1p.m. on the following days for training purposes and re-open the following morning at 8.30a.m.
18th February 2014, 18th March 2014, 20th May 2014, 17th June, 15th July, 19th August, 16th September, 21st October, 18th November, 16th Dec, 20th January 2015.
Should you require urgent medical attention during this time please ring NHS 111. If you have an emergency whilst the practice is closed dial 999.
Online services for appointments and repeat prescriptions
Our new online access for booking appointments and ordering repeat prescriptions is now live. You will require a username and password to use this service. Please contact the surgery to register for the SystmOnline service.
Out of Hours Calls
When the surgery is closed if you have a medical problem that cannot genuinely wait until the surgery re-opens then please call 111. 111 will advise about how to access the service you require and if appropriate this will include an appointment with a GP or Nurse Practitioner at the Out of Hours Centre.
If you have a potentially life threatening condition please call 999. If unsure call 111.
Please only attend Accident and Emergency for accidents and genuine emergencies.
Our local Pharmacists are a great source of help and advice.
You can call 111 when you need medical help fast but it’s not a 999 emergency. NHS 111 is a fast and easy way to get the right help.