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Cedars Medical GroupCedar CrescentBurnopfield Newcastle upon Tyne, NE16 6HUTel: 01207 272 272
The surgery is open at the following times
Early morning surgery 8:00 Monday, 07:30 Wednesday & Thursday.
Spring/Summer Bank Holiday Pharmacy Opening
Our branch surgery at Stanley Primary Care Centre closed on 31 December 2015.
It is not possible to contact the surgery by telephone between 12:30 - 1:00. Emergency contact details are available on the answering service during this time.
The surgery closes at 12.30pm the 3rd Thursday of every month for staff training and the 2nd Thursday of December.
If you require a doctor outside of the surgery hours please telephone
NHS County Durham and Darlington is the first of three Pathfinder project sites in the country to launch access to urgent care, through a ‘free to call’ number (111), for patients across CountyDurham and Darlington.
Using 111 can help free up 999 and local A&E departments to focus on emergency cases. It can also help patients get the support they need quickly and conveniently.
When calling 111 you will be given advice as to whether you need to see a GP or attend the local Urgent Care Centre. In the event you are directed to an Urgent Care Centre you will be given an appointment.
NHS 111 will also work alongside the 999 emergency service and in the event that an emergency response is needed, an ambulance will be dispatched without you needing to repeat any information.