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The Oaks Surgery

Nightingale Way






Telephone  - 01322 668775



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Out Of Hours


During the Easter Bank Holiday weekend from Good Friday 2nd April to Easter Monday 5th April the Oaks Partnership will be closed. If you require medical assistance durng this time, please contact NHS 111.   The Oaks will reopen as usual on Tuesday 6th April 2021.


Please be aware that some local pharmacies will be open during the Easter holiday period (local pharmacies are shown on page 3)


If you need medical help you should still contact your GP Practice, use NHS 111 Online or Call 111.  If you are told to go to hospital it is important that you go to hospital.  We'll give you the care you need.


When the surgery is closed (6.30pm - 8.00am weekdays and all day Saturdays, Sundays) an out of hours service is provided by UC24.


In a genuine emergency you should call 999. Chest pains and / or shortness of breath constitute an emergency.  










Whie Horse Walk In Clinic


Closure of GP walk-in service at White Horse

Patients are advised that the walk-in GP service at White Horse, Northfleet, ended on 30 June 2020. This is the first step towards implementing a linked urgent treatment centre at Gravesham Community Hospital and Darent Valley Hospital, following a public consultation last year, in line with the Government’s Long Term Plan. In taking that decision, it was also agreed at that time that the contract held with Fleet Healthcare to provide the walk-in GP service would not be extended when it expired on 30 June 2020.


Patients who need to urgently see a GP should contact us and we will do our best to offer an on-the-day telephone appointment if clinically needed. Alternatively, if we are closed, you can call NHS 111 for advice and direction to the nearest available service where appropriate.


The Miinor Injury Unit at Gravesham Community Hospital, Gravesend, remains open for urgent minor injuries and some minor illnesses. For life-threatening conditions, call 999.


Further information is available on the NHS Kent and Medway Clinical Commissioning Group website.

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