Practice Opening Times


Trinity Medical Centre

Thornhill Street

Wakefield

WF1 1PG

Tel: 01924 784103

 

 

Monday – Friday: 8am – 6.30pm

Saturday: 9am – 12.45pm. The surgery is only open for pre-booked appointments. Reception desk is open to book appointments and collect prescriptions.

Sunday: CLOSED

Bank Holidays: CLOSED


Sandal Castle Medical Centre

Asdale Road

Sandal

Wakefield

WF2 7JE

Tel: 01924 258955

 

 

Monday – Friday: 8am – 6.00pm

Saturday: CLOSED

Sunday: CLOSED

Bank Holidays: CLOSED


WHEN THE SURGERY IS CLOSED

When the surgery is closed patients have a range of options to choose from;

 

01924 784100

Patients of Trinity Medical Centre and Sandal Castle Medical Centre can call Trinity Care Wakefield and speak to a trained nurse who has access to their records to enable patients to be dealt with quickly, efficiently and by the right services whether that’s a GP, Nurse, Physiotherapist or a range of other local services.

 

Monday – Friday: 8am – 8pm

Saturday: 9am – 3pm

Sunday: 9am – 3pm

Bank Holidays: 9am – 3pm

* Please note that GP Care Wakefield will take over the Trinity Care services during the hours they are open.


Monday – Friday: 

6pm – 10pm

Saturday/Sunday/Bank Holidays: 

9am – 3pm

 

This new service started in September 2017 and will be available to all patients throughout the Wakefield District by 10th October 2017.

The service has 3 elements of care;

1. A Telephone Advice and Booking (Triage) Centre

2. Same Day GP/ANP appointments

3. Routine Care appointments.

This service can be accessed by calling your own GP practice where they can either book a routine appointment at this service or if it is out of hours, the calls will be automatically forwarded to this service.


When the above services are closed we recommend patients call 111.

The 111 service is similar to Trinity Care in that they will assess your medical needs and signpost you to the correct care available. This could be an appointment with a GP, a pharmacy or another community based provider or they may suggest you visit the hospital.

111 call handlers will ask you a serious of questions to assess your clinical needs. These may seem like questions that do not apply to you, however, it is important you answer these questions accurately to ensure you receive the correct care.

PLEASE DO NOT HESITATE TO CALL 999 IF YOU FEEL YOUR PROBLEM IS URGENT