Worcestershire out-of-hours
Worcestershire out-of-hours

What you need to know

  • This out-of-hours service is for urgent cases only. If your problem isn’t urgent, please contact your GP surgery when it is next open.
  • We are not able to provide repeat prescriptions. For repeat prescriptions, please contact your own GP surgery during their opening hours.
  • This is not a walk-in service, so please do not simply turn up to our primary care centre. You will need to have called NHS 111 and been advised to use our service before you can be booked into a PCC appointment to be seen by a member of our team.
  • We maintain a fleet of visiting cars and operate up to 8 cars on the road at any given time, tailored to anticipated demand.  Home visits are predominantly for the benefit of housebound patients and will only be arranged on the basis of clinical need.

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Our news

Q&A with Afiniki Akanet as part of Black History Month

Q&A with Afiniki Akanet as part of Black History Month

October 30 2019

Black History Month is a celebration of achievements and contributions by the black community that is celebrated worldwide.

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Black History Month 2019

Black History Month 2019

October 30 2019

As Black History Month comes to a close this week, we would like to highlight some of the amazing Black and Asian health workers that have made a difference in

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Research shows 1 in 5 awaiting a hip replacement are in ‘extreme pain or discomfort’

Research shows 1 in 5 awaiting a hip replacement are in ‘extreme pain or discomfort’

September 11 2019

New research from the University of Edinburgh has disproved the perception that pain from hip and knee arthritis is only mildly discomforting and that surgery i

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Health news

Try going meat-free once a week and feel the benefits

Try going meat-free once a week and feel the benefits

November 13 2019

The world’s total meat consumption stands at more than 300 million metric tonnes per year, having risen from seven million in the 1960s.

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