NHS England advertises evening and weekend GP appointments

7 December 2018

NHS England has launched a national campaign advertising the availability of evening and weekend appointments in general practice. Patients across the country can now access appointments with a GP, nurse or other healthcare professionals in the evenings and weekends either through a local GP access hub, their own practice or a practice nearby.               

The campaign will target working age adults through a range of national radio, print and social media advertising. Posters and other promotional materials are available to download on the Public Health England website. For further information please contact england.gpaccess@nhs.net.

 

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