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Welcome to Buttercross Health Centre and the Ilchester Surgery website

Both Ilchester Surgery and Buttercross Health Centre are closed on bank holidays. This includes 25th/26th December 2019 and the 1st January 2020. Ilchester Surgery will be closed on 27th December and all appointments will be made at Buttercross Health Centre. Please ring on the day if you need an appointment. Call 111 for medical advice. Dial 999 if you have a medical emergency.

 

 

Opening Times at Buttercross Health Centre:

 Times
Monday08:00 - 18:30
Tuesday08:00 - 18:30    
Wednesday08:00 - 18:30    
Thursday08:00 - 18:30     (Extended hours until 8pm are available once a week)
Friday08:00 - 18:30     (Extended hours until 8pm are available one a month)
Weekendclosed

We are having IT issues at Ilchester Surgery. We are unable to see patients at the moment because we cannot access your records. Please contact us at the surgery if you have an appointment today.

Staff teams are working on site from 8am, but doors don't open until 8.30am

We have a limited number of evening appointments available up to 8pm on Thursdays. Ask reception for details. 

As a registered patient at Buttercross Health Centre and Ilchester Surgery you are able to arrange appointments at both locations depending on your healthcare needs and home/work commitments.  Please speak to our reception team who will be able to advise you on the most appropriate healthcare practitioner to see and availability of appointments.  

Revised Opening Times at Ilchester Surgery:

            Times
Monday 09.00 - 16.00  
TuesdayCLOSED
Wednesday 09.00 - 16.00
Thursday CLOSED
Friday 09.00 - 13.00
WeekendCLOSED

If you need medical advice or treatment when the surgeries are closed please call NHS 111 in the first instance, who will be able to direct to the most suitable treatment, or Out of Hours appointment if required. For life-threatening emergencies call 999, or visit A&E.

 
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