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Christmas Hours

Abermain surgery will be closing over Christmas from Friday 24th December & will reopen on Tuesday the 4th of January. Routine appointments can be booked on Hotdoc.

Pfizer booster & for kids vaccines will be available mid January. Appointments will be taken in the new year once we have received them. Online bookings are preferred.

Limited seating is available outside the surgery for face to face appt, please wear your mask and check in upon arrival at the surgery with your QR code, unfortunately the RMS has not provided any way for us to scan QR codes cards they are providing.

If you have any respiratory symptoms, cough, cold, runny nose, sore throat, fever please do not come into the surgery as we are not accepting anybody with these symptoms but call to make a teleconsult appt. This is also the case if you are awaiting covid results, under orders to self isolate or been notified of being a close contact, you must follow any instructions provided to you, self isolate and not come in to our surgery please.

We do not do covid testing here at the surgery & neither does our Laverty pathology, there are drive through clinics available at Cessnock basketball stadium or the Heddon Great drive in or booking an appt by calling 49647497.

From July 2021 we are a private billing surgery but do offer bulk billing for patients 15 & under and all patients over 65.

We wish you a safe and happy Christmas break.

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