Welcome to The Jubilee Practice

At The Jubilee Practice (formerly Lowdham Medical Centre) we aim to provide a high standard of medical care in a friendly and professional manner. You can help us achieve our aim by reading this guide and following the suggestions made to ensure that appropriate services can be provided when you most need them.

SURGERY HOURS

Monday              08:30 – 13.00 14.00 - 18:30
Tuesday             08:30 – 13.00 14.00 - 18:30
Wednesday        08:30 – 13.00 14.00 - 18:30
Thursday            08:30 - 12:30  CLOSED
Friday                08:30 – 13.00 14.00 - 18:30
 

Please note that there is NO surgery on Thursday afternoons

Advice for a happy, healthy Easter
We will be closed during the Easter weekend from Friday 3 April to Monday 6 April, so it’s vital that you order any prescriptions in plenty of time and take a note of the services you can access if you fall ill while we are closed.
 
If you take regular medicines, make sure you order and collect your repeat prescriptions in good time so you have enough to last over the holiday period. This can make all the difference when it comes to keeping well this Easter – especially if you have a long-term health issue and take daily medication.
 
Not taking your essential medicines can lead to relapses or, in the most serious cases, a visit to hospital.
 
What to do if you feel unwell over Easter
NHS 111
If you need medical advice quickly, call NHS 111. Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, when you call NHS 111 you will be assessed, given advice and directed to the local service that can best meet your needs. An out-of-hours GP service is available for illnesses and injuries that cannot wait until we reopen after Easter.
 
Pharmacies
Common ailments such as colds, sore throats and coughs can often be effectively treated at home. Pharmacists have a wealth of knowledge in how to treat these types of illness and a local pharmacy may help. It is also important to make sure your medicine cabinet at home is well stocked and contains sufficient over-the-counter medicines to treat minor ailments.
 
Walk-in Centre
Nottingham NHS Walk-In Centre
Seaton House, London Road, Nottingham, NG2 4LA
This Walk-in centre is open every day of the year from 7am to 9pm. Just walk in, no appointment is needed. The centre is near the BBC centre on the London Road island.
 
NHS Nottingham City –  8am-8pm Health Centre
79a Upper Parliament Street, Nottingham, NG1 6LD. Phone (0115) 883 1960
Open every day of the year, from 8am to 8pm and anyone can use it.
 
In an emergency – call 999
If you or someone else has loss of consciousness/severe breathing difficulties/heaving bleeding/ severe chest pains/ possible broken bones/ deep wounds/ stroke/ swallowing something harmful or poisonous/ taken a drug overdosw then go to the Emergency Department at the QMC or call 999
Remember the Emergency Department is for emergencies only!

 
 

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Tuesday 24th Dec (Christmas Eve)                       8.30-13.00 14.00-16.30

Wednesday 25th Dec (Christmas Day)              

Thursday 26th Dec                                                   Closed

Friday 27th Dec                                                        8.30-13.00 14.00-18.30

Monday 30th Dec                                                    8.30-13.00 14.00-18.30

Tuesday 31st December (New Year’s Eve)         8.30-13.00 14.00-16.30

Wednesday 1st January (New Year’s Day)         Closed

Thursday 2nd January                                             8.30-12.30

Friday 3rd January                                                    8.30-13.00 14.00-18.30

 

All appointments on the 24th, 27th, 31st December and 2nd, 3rd January will be bookable on the day for urgent problems only and should not be used for routine consultatio

 

 

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