Opening Times

Practice Opening Times


Opening Times

Monday - Friday

8.30am to 6.30pm
Telephone Lines are Open from 8am. 

Weekends &
Bank Holidays


To make an appointment call or book online - See our appointments page.

When we are closed
For information on what to do when we are closed, please see our Urgent problems and Out of Hours page.

Extended Hours Access

Day of WeekAm OpeningPM OpeningHealthcare Professional
Providing Session




7.00 - 8.00


Advance Nurse Practitioner



6.30 - 7.30
Alternate weeks

Advance Nurse Practitioner

Primary Care Extended Access

Chadsmoor Medical Practice is one of a number of local GP practices participating in the Cannock Practices Network Surgery which is based in the GP Suite on Level 2 of Cannock Hospital. The Surgery is open from 3.30pm - 8.00pm weekdays and 9.00am - 1.00pm Saturday and Sunday mornings.

It is staffed by GPs, Nurses and Reception staff who also work in one of the practices.

Monday - Friday When our weekday appointments are fully booked, an appointment at the Network can be offered by our Reception staff after 1.00pm each day.

Saturday & Sunday Pre-bookable appointments are also available in the Cannock Practices Network Surgery at the weekend. These can be booked by our Reception staff at any time on Monday to Friday or telephone 111 (out of hours) on Saturdays and Sunday mornings.

Protected Learning Time (PLT) Practice Closures

Our Practice closes one afternoon per month (from 12.30pm) for protected learning time. This enables our staff to participate in valuable training.

9th April 2019
8th May 2019
11th June 2019
10th July 2019
13th August 2019
11th September 2019
8th October 2019
13th November 2019
10th December 2019
8th January 2020
11th February 2020
11th March 2020

In case of urgent medical assistance during these times (from 12.30pm), please call 111

When we are Closed

For health information and advice, or if you need medical help fast when we are closed, call NHS 111. NHS 111 is the number to call when you need medical help fast but it’s not a life-threatening emergency.

In life threatening emergencies such as chest pain and severe shortness of breath you should call 999

Further information can be found on your Urgent problems page.