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Both of the Saturday clinics went very well with patients in and out very quickly.  Further clinics have been scheduled in the fortnight from 23rd October to 3rd November.  Please ring the surgery to book into one of these drop in sessions.  

Opening Hours ~ Our doors are open at the following times:

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Monday08:25 - 18:30
Tuesday08:25 - 18:30
Wednesday08:25 - 18:30
Thursday08:25 - 18:30
Friday08:25 - 18:30
Weekendsclosed

 

Telephone Lines - our 'phones are answered between 08.00 & 18.30.

A wide variety of surgeries offering various appointments during the day with various doctors and nurses are available.

Times do vary from week to week but there are, generally, appointments available in the mornings between 08.30 and 11.20 and in the afternoons between 14.00 and 17.45. 

Contact reception for further details.

We also offer early morning, late evening & some Saturday morning appointments (times vary). 

 

Parking at Lincoln House

We have had a trial period of leaving our main car park open for patient parking.  

Unfortunately this facility has been abused by people using it as a public car park for the Apsley area to the detriment of our patients.  Consequently there have been frequent instances where our less able bodied patients have been unable to park close to the Surgery, causing them considerable distress and inconvenience.  

Regretfully, therefore, we have made the decision to re-introduce a barrier system to restrict access to the car-park. 

The patient car-park in Sealy Way will, of course, remain available for all.  Please do not park in the spaces designated for the residents of the flats in Manilla House. There is free, short-term, public car-parking in the lay-bys on London Road as well as the large Public Car Park,  3 minutes walk away, in Durrants Hill Road.  Charges are currently 30p for 2hours.  

Less able bodied patients will still be able to access the car park by using the call button on the wall or their mobile to contact Reception and gain access.  They may park in any available bay.
 
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