Opening Times

Working within our current staffing capacity we are doing our best to ensure that you have access to additional appointments outside of these hours.  As a result you may be offered an early morning or evening appointment. If this is something you would prefer please ask about availability when booking an appointment.





The Cedars Surgery

Worle Health Centre


8.00 – 18.30*

08.00 – 18.30


8.00 – 18.30*

08.00 – 18.30


8.00 – 18.30*

08.00 – 18.30


8.00 – 18.30*

08.00 – 18.30


8.00 – 18.30*

08.00 – 18.30








Christmas Opening and New Year Hours

Thursday 24th December - Open as usual (8:00a.m - 6:30p.m)

Friday 25th December – CLOSED

Saturday 26th December – CLOSED

Sunday 27th December – CLOSED

Monday 28th December – CLOSED

Tuesday 29th December - Open as usual (8:00a.m - 6:30p.m)

Wednesday 30th December - Open as usual (8:00a.m - 6:30p.m)


Thursday 31st December - Open as usual (8:00a.m - 6:30p.m)


Friday 1st January – CLOSED


Saturday 2nd January – CLOSED


Sunday 3rd January – CLOSED


Monday 4th January – Open as usual (8:00a.m - 6:30p.m)


Extended Hours

*   At the Cedars Surgery in the morning between the hours of 7.30 – 8.00. Patients will need to pre-book these appointments.

** We now run Saturday morning clinics (usually held at The Cedars Surgery) once a month with a GP, Nurse Practitioner/Nurse and HCA. If you would like a Saturday appointment please ask reception who will advise you of the availability.

GP appointments are now available in your area during the evenings and at the weekend. To book an appointment, contact your practice.


Staff Training

Once a month, normally the 3rd Wednesday or Thursday of the month, we are closed from 1pm – 3pm for a training and education session for the doctors, nurses and staff. A doctor is on duty for emergency calls.


GP Educational Afternoon

Please note that on the 3rd Thursday afternoon of every month all the local GPs meet for training. There will not be a GP at the surgery but all emergencies will be covered at another practice.


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