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Out of Hours Assistance
If you need emergency dental care and are a regular patient of a practice please ring your dental surgery. If it is closed an answer phone message will give you clear instructions on where and when emergency treatment is available.
If you do not have a regular dentist and need emergency dental care you should contact the Dearne Valley Dental Access Centre on 0845 155 0845.This is not a walk-in service. It is an appointment only service. Appointments are booked on a first come, first served basis. Please telephone first before attending the centre. The telephone lines are open Monday to Friday 9.00am - 9.30pm, weekends and bank holidays 12.30pm - 5.00pm.
Alternatively, you can contact NHS Direct on 0845 46 47.
If you become ill outsie normal GP hours including weekends and Bank Holidays call your local GP surgery. An answerphone will refer you to the Doncaster Emergency Department.
Your Emergency Department (A&E) is available to help you if you have suffered an accident or have an emergency. An emergency is a critical or life threatening situation which may include loss of consciousness, severe chest pain or loss of blood.
Don't forget if you have something less urgent when your own GP surgery is closed, there is always a doctor available. Simply call your own GP number, listen to the message and you will be transferred to the GP Out-of-Hours Service, where you will be able to speak with the relevant health professional.
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Views sought on proposed new paediatric servicePosted: March 11th, 5:25pmThe two new GP-led organisations responsible for designing and paying for health services in Doncaster and Bassetlaw are drawing up plans for a new community-based paediatric service to care for children and young people and they want local people to help them by sharing their thoughts on the proposals.