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Surgery Closures

Along with all Portsmouth practices we close the surgery on one Wednesday afternoon each month, to enable the whole practice team to attend training as part of an initiative which is organised/facilitated by the local NHS Trust.  These training sessions are called TARGET sessions.

There are notices on the main entrance doors of the practice giving the dates affected and we will also be adding the dates for the closures to this website. 

On these days we will be closing from 1pm and will not re-open the doors until 8:15am the following morning.  The telephone lines will be opened at 08:00am each weekday morning.

There will of course be cover for any medical emergency which may arise. 


At all times when the surgery is closed:


For all non emergency queries which cannot wait until the surgery re-opens please call 111.  This is a free service from both landlines and mobiles.  Alternatively you could follow this link for more information about the services which may be able to help:

Please note:

It is NOT possible to leave messages on the main surgery telephone number.

Planned Closure Dates for TARGET training sessions: 


Weds 22nd January 2020                   Weds 26th February 2020                       Weds 25th March 2020                Weds 29th April 2020                  Weds 13th May 2020

Weds 24th June 2020                        Weds 22nd July 2020                              Weds 30th September 2020         Weds 28th October 2020             Weds 25th November 2020


Weds 27th January 2021                    Weds 24th February 2021                        Weds 31st March 2021

These dates may need to be revised due to unforeseen circumstances and will be updated as and when required. 

Notices will be placed in main reception and on the main doors of the practice closer to the dates to reminder all patients of the closure.

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