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Coxhoe Medical Practice1 Landsdowne Road Coxhoe Durham, DH6 4DHTel: 0191 377 0340
Telephone: 0191 377 0340
Emergency telephone in hours: 0191 377 0215
Out of hours ring: 111 or in an emergency ring 999
From 6.00pm to 8.00am the following day and any time at weekends or Bank Holidays – 111.
IF YOU HAVE A MEDICAL EMERGENCY PLEASE TAKE THE PATIENT TO AN ACCIDENT & EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT OR RING 999 FOR AN AMBULANCE. THIS IS IMPORTANT IF THE PATIENT IS EXPERIENCING SEVERE CHEST PAIN, LOSS OF BLOOD, LOSS OF CONSCIOUSNESS OR BROKEN BONES.
The surgery is closed for staff training (Protected Learning Time) on the afternoon of the third Thursday of every month (pm only):
If urgent medical assistance is required during these times please ring 111, or 999 / Attend A+E if its an emergency.