Monday - Friday
||8.00am - 12.30pm
||1.30 - 6.00pm
||8.30am - 12 noon
||2.00 - 6.00pm
(Sundridge Surgery closes Wednesdays from 12.00pm and reopens on Thursday mornings at 8.30am - please contact Westerham Practice during this time)
Out of Hours Emergencies
In case of emergency when the surgery is closed, telephone Westerham 01959 564949. A tape-recorded message will give you the telephone number to contact the duty doctor. The duty doctor may be one of the partners or another local GP. You may be asked to attend the Out-Of-Hours Service based at a local Hospital if the doctor thinks it is necessary. Please always ring first.
You may also like to call the NHS 111 service (just dial 111 free from any landline or mobile phone).
Please remember that this is an emergency service, ie for problems that cannot wait until the surgery is next open.
In life-threatening emergencies such as severe bleeding, collapse, unconciousness or severe chest pains telephone 999 and then call the duty doctor.
||For more information on the different types of services the NHS provides and guidance regarding the service which would be appropriate for you, click here.
Accident And Emergency (A&E)
The A&E departments at the Princess Royal and the Tunbridge Wells Hospital are available 24 hours a day for the treatment of the most serious and life threatening injuries such as broken bones, severe wounds etc. Estimated waiting times for A&E at the Tunbridge Wells Hospital are available online at www.mtw.nhs.uk.
There are minor injuries departments at both Sevenoaks and Edenbridge Hospitals. Please telephone before attending to confirm they are open. (Telephone Number List). Please note they cannot treat head injuries or deal with children under two years old.
Minor Injuries units are managed by specialist emergency nurse practitioners. You will be assessed and treated by them for any of the following:
Minor injuries are:
- Foreign bodies in the eye/ear/nose