Markyate Surgery1 Hicks RoadMarkyateSt Albans, AL3 8LJTel: 01582 841559
Please note that the surgery will be CLOSED for Protected Learning Time (PLT) on the afternoon of Wednesday 5th July. This dedicated training session allow GP practice staff the opportunity to close for the afternoon to learn about the most up to date information on particular subjects which underpin the key priorities for healthcare. Emergency medical care is available for those conditions that will not wait until the surgery re-opens. Please call 999 if your condition is life-threatening or 111 if you are unable to wait until the surgery re-opens. Routine matters should wait until the surgery re-opens on Thursday 6th July at 8am. Sorry for an inconvenience this may cause.
We are able to offer ground floor, wheelchair accessible consulting and treatment facilities to those of our patients who cannot manage the stairs. Please inform the receptionist when you make an appointment so arrangements can be made.
This a guide only, as doctors may change their times of surgery, please check with reception
08.40 -11:30 Dr. Walter
08.30 -11.30 Dr Sepai
15:00 - 17:50 Dr Sepai
08.30 - 11:30 Dr Walter
08:30- 11.30 Dr Walter
16.00 -18.20 Dr Sepai
08:30 -11.30 Dr Walter
09.00 - 12.30 Dr Sepai
08.30 -11:30 Dr Walter
The surgery is open between 8.00 A.M to 6.30 P.M - Monday to Friday .
If you consider your symptoms life threatening, please dial 999 and ask for the ambulance service.
The out of hours service is for urgent medical conditions. Routine medical matters should be dealt by the surgery during normal opening hours.
Out of Hours
To contact a doctor out of surgery hours please telephone HERTS URGENT CARE on 111 from 6.30 P.M. onwards.
Before calling the out of hours services please consider if the problem would be better treated at a more appropriate time during surgery hours. If you are unsure we suggest you seek advice by calling 111 In cases of emergencies, such as sudden unexpected severe chest pain, or severe breathlessness, unconsciousness or serious accidental injuries, it would be quicker to call an ambulance by dialling 999.
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