The Hart Surgery
York Road, Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, RG9 2DR
It's Sunday 3:15 AM — Sorry, we're closed. Please call 111 if you need medical advice or think you may need to see a doctor or 999 if you need URGENT medical assistance.
Telephone: 01491 843200
Fax: 01491 411296 (switched off from 2020)email@example.com
Welcome to The Hart Surgery
Established in 1907, the Hart Surgery is a friendly GP practice providing first class primary care, right in the heart of Henley-on-Thames. As well as our 8 regular GPs we have a team of practice nurses and healthcare assistants offering a range of treatment room services and specialist clinics and a paramedic to assist our GPs with home visits. All our patients including children have a named, accountable GP who will coordinate their care. We are also proud to be a training practice and usually have 1 or 2 qualified junior doctors expanding their experience and training with us. More details can be found here.
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Urgent Same Day Appointments
We will always see you same day if you are in pain, a doctor thinks it is medically necessary or you are worried about an infant. If practical, it would be helpful if you could call before about 11am to request a same day appointment. If we are short of these appointments, we may arrange for a doctor to call you back before an appointment is booked. We do not offer a walk-in service. Please note we cannot guarantee a same day appointment with a particular clinician or a particular time of day.
Urgent & Non-Urgent Medical help outside opening hours
Always telephone “999” for life-threatening situations when you feel urgent medical care may be required. The nearest Accident and Emergency Unit is at The Royal Berkshire Hospital, Reading. There is also one at the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford.
If you need medical help outside our opening times and your situation is not life-threatening, dial ‘111’ for the NHS 111 service. This service offers urgent medical help or advice in non life-threatening situations and can arrange for you to see a doctor or advise whether you need to go to A&E. The NHS website offers a complete guide to conditions, symptoms and treatments, including what to do and when to get help.
We are happy to see minor injuries such as deep cuts, sprains, minor head injuries and minor burns and scalds as a same day appointment. However, if you require an x-ray or need to be seen out of surgery hours you should attend Townlands Memorial Hospital, Minor Injury Unit (MIU) which is next door to the surgery. The minor injury unit is open 9am – 8pm, 7 days a week, although the x-ray department is only open until 4.30pm and closed for lunch. You can call Townlands on 01865 903703. If you are not sure of the most appropriate place to go to, call 111 who will be able to direct you.
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