The Rectory Practice

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The Rectory Practice

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18 Castle Street, Saffron Walden, Essex CB10 1BP

Tel: 01799 522327
Fax: 01799 525436


Welcome

This website has been designed to tell you about the practice and the services that we offer. Please read it carefully. We trust that you will find it helpful and informative.

Partners

Dr Philip Sills, Dr Clive Paul & Dr Cathy Cowley

Practice Doctors

Dr Jane Weir & Dr Hilary Binns

Surgery Hours

Monday - Thursday  
8.30am - 6.30pm
Friday   7.00am - 6.30pm

Between 12.30 and 2.00pm daily the telephones are switched to an answerphone with the emergency details.

Emergencies

These will be dealt with as soon as possible at all times.
During the day between 8.00am and 6.30pm, telephone 01799 522327.
At night and weekend between 6.30pm and 8.00am, telephone 01371 877410.
In life-threatening emergencies such as severe bleeding, collapse, unconsciousness or severe chest pain, telephone 999 and then call the duty doctor.


Practice News and Notices

For URGENT medical assistance, when the surgery is closed ie: after 6.30pm, Weekends & Bank Holidays  -  which cannot wait until the Surgery re-opens:

 THE  'OUT  OF  HOURS'  TELEPHONE  NUMBER  IS:   111 

EXCEPT  FOR  A  LIFE  THREATENING  EMERGENCY - WHEN  YOU  SHOULD  TELEPHONE:  999

Surgery  Appointment  Times:

 Monday

Tuesday 

 Wednesday

Thursday 

Friday 

 8.30am  -  1pm

 8.30am  -  12noon

 8.30am  -  2pm

 8am  -  12noon

 7am  -  12noon

 2pm  -  6pm

 2pm  -  6pm

 2pm  -  6pm

 2pm  -  6pm

 2pm  -  6pm

 IT  IS  FLU  TIME  AGAIN  - 

IF  YOU  ARE  OVER  65  OR  SUFFER  FROM  ANY  OF  THE  FOLLOWING:  CHRONIC  RESPIRATORY  DISEASE;  CHRONIC  HEART  DISEASE;  CHRONIC  KIDNEY  DISEASE;  CHRONIC  LIVER  DISEASE;  DIABETES;  A  WEAK  IMMUNE  SYSTEM;  HAVE  HAD  A  STROKE  OR  IF YOU  ARE  PREGNANT  OR  A  CARER - AND  ALL CHILDREN  AGED 2, 3 & 4 YEARS  OLD  -  YOU  ARE  ENTITLED  TO  A  FREE  FLU  VACCINE.

PLEASE  RING  THE  SURGERY  TO  MAKE  AN  APPOINTMENT  OR  ON  SATURDAY  4th  AND  SATURDAY  25th  OCTOBER  WE  ARE  HOLDING  WALK  IN  CLINICS  BETWEEN  8.30am  - 11am

 

The practice would like to thank the various advertisers who have helped to produce this Website. However, it must be pointed out that the accuracy of any statements cannot be warranted, nor any products or services advertised, be guaranteed or endorsed

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