Opening hours

Opening times 

Opening Hours

Reception Times

  • Monday       08:00 -  18:30
  • Tuesday       08:00 -  19:30-evening surgery 
  • Wednesday  08:00 - 18:30
  • Thursday      08:00 - 18:30
  • Friday           07:00 - 18:30
  • Saturday & Sunday Closed

Telephone Lines Opening Times

  • Monday        08:30 - 18:30
  • Tuesday        08:30 - 18:30
  • Wednesday  08:30 - 18:30
  • Thursday      08:30 - 18:30
  • Friday           08:30 - 18:30
  • Saturday & Sunday Closed

Additional Information

The surgery telephone lines are open Monday to Friday between the hours of 08:30am-18:30pm. 

The surgery itself opens at 08:00am Monday to Thursday and at 07:00am on a Friday morning.

Easter Opening Times 2022

The surgery will be closed on Friday the 15th of April 2022 and Monday the 18th of April 2022 for the Easter Bank Holiday. For cases of emergency during this closure please conatct the NHS Service 111.

For life threatening illnesses please ring 999.


We have extended opening times on Tuesday's from 18:30pm-19:30pm and Fridays from 07:00- 08:30am

There will only be 4 in surgery at these times and appointments must be booked in advance. Appointment can be booked up to 4 weeks in advance. Please ask one of our receptionists for details.


Pre-bookable evening and weekend appointments with a local GP are available from 6pm - 8pm through Monday to Friday, 8am - 4pm on Saturdays, and 10am - 2pm on Sundays at Bath Street Health and Wellbeing Centre. Easily accessible, the Health and Wellbeing Centre is in the town centre and has links to public transport on the town’s main bus routes.

To access these appointments please call us and we will arrange the appointment for you. Please be aware that you will need to consent to share your medical record with the service.

These appointments are held at: Bath Street Health and Wellbeing Centre, Legh Street, Warrington, WA1 1UG.


Call NHS 111 when it is less urgent than 999.

For health information and advice, or if you need medical help fast when we are closed telephone 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.

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