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When We Are Closed

out_of_hoursWhen the surgery is closed an emergency service is provided by Herts Urgent Care - HUC. 

The doctor who calls will not be your own doctor.  

The service operates overnight on weekdays from 6pm-8am.  At the weekend from 6pm friday - 8am monday and over bank holidays.  Please telephone and give your details to the call handler who will log your call and ask a doctor or nurse to call you back.  You will either be given telephone advice or an invitation to attend the out of hours centre to see a doctor face to face or if neccessary a doctor will call to your home.  

Please do not just turn up without first telephoning. 

To contact the Out of Hours Service telephone: 111

The Cambridge Out of Hours GP service is located in the Urgent Treatment Centre (UTC), which is in Clinic 9 at Addenbrooke’s Hospital and is short walk (100m) from the A&E Department.

Patients and visitors will be required to park in car park 1 and will be charged the fixed outpatient rate of £3.60. To obtain this reduced fee, car park tickets will need to be stamped by the UTC prior to the patient leaving the centre.  There will also be three designated ‘drop off no-waiting’ bays directly outside of the UTC alongside a number of disabled parking bays.

New signs will be installed to ensure clear, easy to follow directions are available from car park 1 as well as from the A&E department.  A vending machine will be available in UTC reception for light refreshments; there is also a wide range of facilities in Addenbrooke’s main concourse, including a 24 hour coffee shop.

Accident & Emergency

A&E Department at Addenbrooke’s Hospital.  If you feel your condition is life threatening please go directly there.   In most cases we ask that you speak to a GP in the first instance either at your practice or via the 111 service as most conditions can be dealt with by a general practitioner.

Call 999 in an emergency. Chest pains and / or shortness of breath constitute an emergency.

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