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Out of Hours

Your GP out-of-hours services are the responsibility of the Clinical Commissioning Group. If you or your family need urgent medical care when the surgery is closed, please phone 111 for the out-of-hours services.

Home Visits

If possible please try to telephone reception before 10am if you require a home visit. A doctor or nurse may phone you back as it may be that your problem can be dealt with by telephone advice, or that it would be more appropriate to see a nurse, or indeed arrange a hospital attendance.


Urgent Appointments

If you have a problem which you feel needs attention urgently on the same day and cannot await a routine consultation, please phone the Receptionist, who will take your details and ask a clinician to phone you back, and they will then deal with your problem in the most appropriate manner.


Distance Selling Pharmacies


We have a number of patients who use distance selling pharmacies, such as Pharmacy2u, to order their medication.


Where this is the case, we send the prescription on to the distance selling pharmacy when requested by post as we do not do the Electronic Prescribing Service (EPS).   Should medication then not be received from the distance selling pharmacy, this needs to be taken up with them directly.  Your surgery will not be able to help at this stage.


 Please note that distance selling pharmacies like this are only allowed to deal with patients by post, telephone or internet, not in person.

Carers resources

Are you a carer?

A carer is someone who spends a significant amount of time providing unpaid support for another person. This could be cqring for a relative, partner or friend who is ill, frail or disabled or has a mental health illness, substance or alcohol misuse problem.

A carer can be any age. They need not necessarily live in the same house as the person they care for.

Every situation is different. You may be caring full time or you may regularly help out with tasks such as shopping and cleaning.

Caring for another person can be extremely rewarding, but also very demanding.

If you are a carer, please let your surgery know as there may be information and resources available to assist you.

Alternatively, please speak to the carer's champion at your surgery:

Cotgrave: Anne

Cropwell Bishop: Suzi

Bingham: Hollie

There are also a number of useful resources available online:

Nottinghamshire Carers Hub

NHS Carers Direct

NHS Choices hosts a huge amount of information to support carers:

Caring for a patient at home: a helpful video on caring for a parent at home

Telling people: Telling your friends you are a carer is important so they can understand and support you

Taking a break: Caring for someone can be a full time job. It's essential that you take time for yourself too. Read this guide to accessing breaks and respite.

Housing and carers: Do you know your tenancy rights as a carer? Are you aware of all your care at home options? Do you need tips on moving someone around the home.

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