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Ewyas Harold Tel: 01981 240320
Peterchurch SurgeryTel: 01981 550322
The surgery is open daily between 08:00 - 18:00.
The following timetable shows when the individual members of the healthcare team are avaialbe.
Please note the timetables are subject to change due to annual leave and absences - please check with reception to confirm which doctors are on duty
Sr Debbie Howells
Sr Heather Rees
The opening times for Peterchurch are:
The surgery is closed between 18:00 - 08:00 Monday to Friday and from 18:00 on Friday to 08:00 on Monday at weekends. During these times Herefordshire Clinical Commissioning Group are responsible for emergency cover and they have contracted NHS111 as their out-of-hours provider.
When your call is answered by NHS111, you will be asked a few questions to ascertain details of who you are and where you live, and a brief out line of your complaint. You may receive a home visit or be asked to attend one of the Primary Care Centres in Herefordshire.
Please note in the event of a power cut your call may not be automatically diverted. In these circumstances please call NHS111 direct .
In a genuine emergency you should call 999. Chest pains and / or shortness of breath constitute an emergency.
Monday 31st August 2020