When We Are Closed

closedIf you require URGENT Medical assistance between 6.00pm and 6.30pm on Monday to Friday please telephone DHU Out of Hours Service on 0300 323 0671

From 6.30pm onwards, Weekends and Bank Holidays if you require URGENT Medical assistance which cannot wait until the surgery re-opens, please telephone NHS 111 which is a free telephone number from both landlines and mobiles.

If you have a LIFE THREATENING MEDICAL EMERGENCY please dial 999.

Urgent care and treatment centres

Urgent care centres offer a range of treatment for minor illnesses and injuries including, cuts, stomach upsets, burns and strains. You will be seen by an experienced nurse, without an appointment. You do not need to be registered to attend these services. X-ray is available at some locations. There are five such centres in Leicestershire and Rutland.

From 1 April 2019, urgent care services will be open for longer. When GP surgeries close at 6:30pm, the urgent care services will open, making it much clearer for patients where to go, and when.  The change also brings much greater efficiency and reduces overlap in hours between GP surgeries and urgent care services.

The opening times are listed below.




Weekends & Bank Holidays


Enderby Leisure Centre

6:30pm – 9pm

9am – 7pm


Feilding Palmer Hospital

In-hours care via GP practice, no evening service

9am – 7pm

Market Harborough

St Luke’s Hospital

6:30pm – 9pm

9am – 7pm

Melton Mowbray

Melton Hospital

6:30pm – 9pm

9am – 7pm


Oadby Walk-in Centre

8am – 9pm

8am – 8pm


Rutland Memorial Hospital

6:30pm – 9pm

9am – 7pm



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