Biddulph Primary Care Centre, Wharf Road, Biddulph, Staffordshire, ST8 6AG

Telephone: 0300 404 2988 or 01782 828 508
Out of hours: 111

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Surgery Opening Times

Opening Times


Opening Times


8.00am - 12.30pm & 1.00pm - 6.30pm


8.00am - 12.30pm & 1.00pm - 6.30pm


8.00am - 12.30pm & 1.00pm - 6.30pm


8.00am – 1.00pm


8.00am - 12.30pm & 1.00pm - 6.30pm

Weekends & Bank Holidays


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Additional Information

We are closed 12.30 pm - 1.00 pm for administrative purposes  (telephone access available), with the exception of Thursday's where we are open until 1.00pm.

Telephone access will be available up to 6.00pm Monday - Friday.

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Primary Care Extended Access

We now have new Extended Access appointments available for patients around North Staffordshire and Stoke. These are offered in Hubs scattered around the area including Haywood, Leek, Hanley, and Bradwell among others.

The appointments are available from 04.00 pm until 08.00 pm on weekdays, 09:00am to 04:00pm on Saturdays and 09:00am to 01:00pm on Sundays. If you are happy to attend one of these local hubs, our receptionists will be able to book you into the available appointments without you having to contact the hub. You will most likely be seen by a clinician from another practice but they will be able to access your records, order tests and refer you where appropriate.

For Further information about Extended Access appointments please see the North Staffs CCG website.

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Protected Learning Time

Every third Thursday of January, March, May, July, September and November, the practice holds training and education sessions. 

When the surgery is closed on a Thursday afternoon, a Doctor is always available for emergencies by contacting the NHS 111 service.

For further information about Urgent problems when we are closed, please see below.

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When We Are Closed

If you have an urgent medical problem when we are closed, please call NHS 111.

NHS 111 is the number to call when you need medical help fast but it’s not a life-threatening emergency.

In life threatening emergencies such as chest pain and severe shortness of breath, you should call 999

Further information can be found on your Urgent Problems page.