Bank Holiday Public Information Pack

The information below relates to useful health and social care services accessible by Doncaster residents. Where appropriate the services listed contain general information and access information. These documents are maintained throughout the year but some information may have changed since this information was first published.

Please note that some of the services listed within these pages may have changed slightly due to the Coronavirus pandemic


1. Urgent Care Services

This section contains useful information for Doncaster residents who need to access urgent care, and lists the different services that are available

2. Useful Contacts

This section provides details and contacts for useful services in Doncaster or accessible for Doncaster residents

3. Doncaster Hospital(s) Contact List

This is a link to the Doncaster Hospitals public ward numbers and main contact information

4. Other Emergency Services

This link provides details of other emergency services, that are additional to the 999 services.

5. Non Healthcare Related Contacts 

This section provides useful non health related information such as charity such as the MET office and environment agency

6. Local Practice Phone Numbers

This section contains a list of the local practices in Doncaster and the general contact number.

If you need medical help from your local practice, contact them either online, by an app or by phone to be assessed.

7. Pharmacy Contact Details

For any emergency access issues over the Bank Holiday period please see the Urgent Care section above.

Remember to order your repeat prescriptions prior to bank holiday weekends

Doncaster Pharmacy opening times – August bank holiday
Bassetlaw Pharmacy opening times – August bank holiday

8. Falls Information

This section contains some useful information around Falls and falls prevention and how to mitigate the risks.

9. Stay Well All Year Booklet

This link contains the latest version of the Doncaster Stay Well All Year information.

Please remember that everyone should stay alert and safe in line with government guidance. 

If you or someone you live with has coronavirus symptoms (high temperature  and / or a new continuous cough):

  • Stay at home.
  • If your symptoms worsen or you feel that you cannot manage at home, please refer to the NHS111 online coronavirus service. Only call 111 if you can’t get online or you’ve been instructed to.
  • Please do not go to your local practice or community pharmacy.