When We Are Closed

If you or a member of your family are ill out of normal surgery hours (clock and calendarFrom 6.30pm to 8:00am Monday to Friday and over the weekend from Friday 6.30pm to 8:00am Monday), the Frimley Primary Care Service are on call offer telephone advice, face to face consultations and home visits. This is a service run by local GP’s. To access this service please call: 111

Please be patient, the line may be engaged if busy. You will be asked details and a doctor or nurse will call you back in order of priority.


 For parents/carers: https://frimley-healthiertogether.nhs.uk/parentscarers

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New Self Care Site for Parents Dealing with Childhood Illnesses 0-18 

The site empower parents, carers and young people with knowledge and easily accessible help at their fingertips. 

  • Clear traffic light system for illness advice so you feel confident with the decision you make and what you can do at home. 
  • Help with day-to-day queries such as pregnancy, feeding, sleep and development. 
  • Current topics from COVID to mental health and emotional well-being. 
  • Brings together national resources and local services available in Berkshire, Bucks, Hampshire and Surrey. 

SMS option to share with other parents and young people and can be accessed on any device; phone, tablet or computer. 


To submit an online consultation between Monday to Friday, you can use an eConsultation - if you have a problem that requires advice after you have tried all other self-care options.

LINKS TO: https://florey.accurx.com/p/J82628 (ACCURX)


In the case of urgent need when the practice is closed you can call 111 to speak to a trained operator. Your needs will be assessed and advice offered or arrangements made for you to see a doctor.

Please do not ask to see a doctor out of hours unless you genuinely cannot wait until the surgery re-opens.

Call 999 in an emergency. Chest pains, shortness of breath or weakness down one side constitute an emergency.

 

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