Opening Hours

Ancora Medical Centre

Day Opening hours
Thursday 29 February
8am to 6:30pm
Friday 1 March
8am to 6:30pm
Saturday 2 March
Closed
Sunday 3 March
Closed
Monday 4 March
8am to 6:30pm
Tuesday 5 March
8am to 8pm
Wednesday 6 March
8am to 8pm

Detuyll Street Surgery

Day Opening hours
Thursday 29 February
8am to 6pm
Friday 1 March
8am to 6pm
Saturday 2 March
Closed
Sunday 3 March
Closed
Monday 4 March
8am to 6pm
Tuesday 5 March
8am to 6pm
Wednesday 6 March
8am to 6pm

CHANGES TO OPENING TIMES AT THE DETUYLL ST SURGERY

There will be changes to our opening times at the Detuyll Street Surgery from 1st September 2023.

New times - Monday to Friday 8am to 6pm.  Telephone lines will remain open and answered at the Ashby Rd surgery.  There is one number for the Practice - 01724 842244.

Extended Access

From 1st October 2018 everyone in England will benefit from access to general practice appointments in the evenings and weekends at a time that is most convenient to them. This is part of a national drive to help improve access to general practice and get the best possible outcomes for patients. Further information is available here.

Patients who are registered at this practice can now book an appointment to see a range of clinicians including GPs and nurses on weekday evenings (after 6.30pm) or at the weekends (on Saturday and Sunday).  Appointments will take place at a range of NHS settings across North Lincolnshire. Talk to the practice receptionist to discuss an appointment.

When We Are Closed

Night and Weekend Emergencies - NHS 111

 If you need medical help fast but it’s not a life-threatening situation, you should call the NHS 111 number. When you call 111, a trained adviser will ask you questions to find out what’s wrong, give you medical advice and direct you to someone who can help you, like an out-of-hour doctor or a community nurse.

If the adviser thinks your condition is more serious, they will direct you to hospital or send an ambulance. If you don’t speak English, tell the adviser what language you want to speak and they will get you an interpreter.

You can call 111 any time of the day. The call is free, from landlines and mobiles. You should only call 999 in an emergency – for example, when someone’s life is at risk or someone is seriously injured or critically ill.

  • Call 111 if you need medical help fast, but it’s not life-threatening – for example, if you:
  • think you need to go to hospital
  • don’t know who to call for medical help
  • don’t have a GP to call
  • need medical advice or reassurance about what to do next

For health needs that are not urgent, you should call your GP. If a health professional has given you a number to call for a particular condition, you should continue to use that number.

NHS 111

111 online is a fast and convenient alternative to the 111 phone service and provides an option for people who want to access 111 digitally. 

Your needs will be assessed and you will be given advice about whether you need:

  • Treat yourself at home
  • Go to a Primary Care Centre

If you need face to face medical attention you may be asked to attend a Primary Care Centre.

Click here to access NHS 111 online or call 111 to speak to a staff member.