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Surgery opening hours. Victoria Road Surgery, WorthingSurgery Opening Hours

We are open 8.00am - 6.00pm Monday to Friday, and our telephone lines are answered from 8.00am to 6.30pm. We are closed on Saturdays and Sundays.

To see a doctor or nurse please telephone us, book online or come into the Surgery to book an appointment in person.

Standard GP appointments are available from 8.00am until 11.50am in the mornings and between 2.20pm and 5.50pm in the afternoons.

We also offer extended hours appointments for patients who cannot attend during the above hours.

Extended Hours Appointments

Day of the Week Core Opening Hours Extended Hours Sessions Provided by Site
Monday 8:00am – 18:30pm 7:00am – 8:00am GP Victoria Road
Tuesday 8:00am – 18:30pm 7:00am – 8:00 am GP Victoria Road
Wednesday 8:00am – 18:30pm 7:00am – 8:00 am GP Victoria Road
Thursday 8:00am – 18:30pm   GP Victoria Road
Friday 8:00am – 18:30pm 7:00am – 8:00am GP Victoria Road
Saturday CLOSED CLOSED    
Sunday CLOSED CLOSED    


Nurse Surgery Hours

Appointments with our nurses are available from 8.10am until 5.30pm Monday to Friday, but will vary at each of our sites. Some procedures are only carried out at our 50 Victoria Road site and you will be advised accordingly when you make your appointment.

Surgery Contact Hours

Our telephone lines are open Monday - Friday between 8.00am - 6.30pm.

Out of Hours Cover & Advice

Please note that Victoria Road Surgery is closed from:

  •  6.30pm until 8.00am Monday to Friday
  •  from 6.30pm on Friday to 8.00am on Monday
  • Bank Holidays

If you require a GP visit outside of our normal hours of service please ring the out of hours service provided by the NHS 111 Service - ring 111. Calls are free from landlines and mobiles.

You will speak to a specially trained call handler who will ask you various questions such as your name, address, registered GP, a contact telephone number and the reason for your call. It is useful to have a pen and paper handy to make notes regarding the information you will be given. 

The 111 service will assess your symptoms and if required refer you to the local on call duty doctor. The duty doctor will be on call for several surgeries and you will usually be asked to attend an emergency clinic so that the doctor can examine you.

NHS UK Department of Health NHS West Sussex

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