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Opening Hours

Our telephones are open from 8.00am - 6.30pm, Monday to Friday,

Reception is open during these times

Monday (7am - 8am Pre booked only) 8.00am - 18:30pm 
Tuesday (7am - 8am Pre booked only) 8.00am - 18:30pm
Wednesday (7am - 8am Pre Booked only) 8.00am - 18:30pm
Thursday (7am - 8am Pre Booked only) 8.00am - 18:30pm
Friday (7am - 8am Pre Booked only) 8.00am - 18.30pm
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed

We offer doctors' and nurses' appointments throughout the day from 8.00am.

Reception and the telephones have limited access on the third Thursday of each month between 1.00pm - 16:00pm for doctor and staff training.

During these times you can access the practice via the side entrance by ringing the bell, or you can call 07765407686 for the practice mobile.

Extended Access Pilot

The Sidings Medical Practice is taking part in the Boston extended access pilot. This is a new service which offers GP appointments outside of core working hours, making it easier for you to get an appointment at a time that suits you, including evenings 18:30 to 20:00, Saturdays 08:30 to 18:30, Sundays 08.30 to 16.00, and bank holidays.

The service is located in the Sidings Medical Practice on Sleaford Road, Boston.

If we cannot offer you an appointment at a suitable time at our surgery, we may be able to book you an appointment with the GP extended access service.

The GP who sees you may not be your regular GP, but with your consent he/she will be able to access your medical records and transfer any information back to the Practice. The GP will be able to offer advice and treatment including acute prescriptions (not repeat prescriptions), blood test requests and referrals.

When We Are Closed

At evenings and weekends the emergency doctor service should only be contacted if you have a problem that cannot safely wait until the surgery reopens.

If you need urgent medical care or advice when we're closed, call NHS Lincolnshire's out of hours service on 111. You may be offered telephone advice, an appointment at the GP Primary Care Centre at Pilgrim Hospital or a home visit. Do not attend the centre without calling first.

Please use the out of hours service for genuinely urgent problems only - don’t delay the NHS's ability to respond quickly to life-threatening events.

Call 999 in an emergency. Chest pains and/or shortness of breath are an emergency.

Please do not ask to see a doctor out of hours unless you genuinely cannot wait until the surgery re-opens.

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