Our normal working hours are Monday to Friday 8.00am to 6.30pm
Friday afternoons are for emergencies only
For Bank Holiday hours please check with the practice
Please be advised that Rising Brook Surgery offer patients appointments outside the normal contracted hours of 8.00am to 6.30pm. These additional appointments are for patients who, due to work commitments, find it difficult to attend during normal contracted hours for a routine appointment with a GP or Nurse. Appointments within the extended opening hours are available to all registered patients.
If you require an appointment outside of the normal contracted hours, please telephone 01785 251 134 two days or more in advance. Please be advised appointments can be made up to 4 weeks in advance.
Monday, with Advanced Nurse Practitioner and Practice Nurse, 7am to 8am
Tuesday, with General Practitioner (GP), 7am to 8am
Friday, with Practice Nurse, 7am to 8am
Surgery Reception will not be open during these extended hours. If you have an appointment booked, please take a seat in the waiting room and the Doctor or Nurse will call you in.
Our extended hours are constantly reviewed to ensure we are meeting patient demand, therefore may change from time to time.
A network of GP Practices has been set up across Stafford, Rugeley and the Seisdon area of Staffordshire offering extended opening hours (evening and weekends) for pre-bookable and same day routine appointments with a healthcare professional (e.g. Advanced Nurse Practitioner, Clinical Pharmacist, GP).
This Practice will close for training on the following afternoons from 1pm:
When our surgery is closed, please call 111 for medical advice. Do not go to Accident and Emergency (A&E) unless advised to. Talk before you walk.
Dates the Surgery is closed from 1pm are:
8th April 2021
13th May 2021
5th August 2021
9th September 2021
7th October 2021
4th November 2021
2nd December 2021
13th January 2022
3rd February 2022
3rd March 2022
For health information and advice, or if you need medical help fast when we are closed, call NHS 111. NHS 111 is the number to call when you need medical help fast but it’s not a life-threatening emergency.
In life threatening emergencies such as chest pain and severe shortness of breath you should call 999
For more information about what to do when we are closed see Urgent problems.