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Oswald Road OswestryShropshire, SY11 1RDTel: 01691 654646
Evening and weekend appointments will be offered to all Oswestry patient's every weeknight and Saturday morning on a rotational basis by the 3 Oswestry practices.
October 1st - 7th - Caxton Surgery
October 8th - 14th - Plas Ffynnon
October 15th - 20th - Cambrian
and will continue in that pattern ongoing.
To access these appointments you just need to call your usual doctors surgery.
For urgent medical assistance outside the normal office hours (when the surgery is closed) patients telephoning the emergency number 654646 will receive a recorded message. This message advises patients calling between the hours of 6.30pm and 8.00am to NHS 111 the out of hours service on: 111
You may be given one of the following options:
Call 999 in an emergency. Chest pains and / or shortness of breath constitute an emergency.