Langport Surgery new opening hours

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The Langport Surgery evening and weekend opening times are changing. See below for more details. A leaflet is also available from the waiting room.

CLICK HERE for the Langport Surgery website

Reception Desk
Monday- Friday 8:00am — 6:30pm
Wednesday 8:00am — 7:30pm
Saturday* & Sunday Closed

Reception Telephone Line
Monday- Friday 8:30am — 6:30pm
Wednesday 8:30am — 6:30pm
Saturday*& Sunday Closed

Dispensary Desk
Monday- Friday 8:30am — 6:15pm
Wednesday 8:30am — 7:00pm

Dispensary Repeat Telephone Line
Monday — Friday 9:30-11am & 3-4:30pm
Wednesday 9:30-11am & 3-4:30pm

*Evening and weekend appointments are available. Please see below for details.

As part of the Improved Access Scheme, aside from regular hours, the surgery will be open:

14 Friday evenings per year
14 Saturday mornings per year

A leaflet is also available from the waiting room.

CLICK HERE for the Langport Surgery website

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