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The Coquet Medical Group are based in the purpose built Amble Health Centre on Percy Drive in Amble.
Opening hours are Monday to Friday 0830 to 1800 by appointment only and surgeries are held mornings and afternoons. Telephone access to the practice is also available between 0800 to 0830 and 1800 to 1830.
The practice also offers a Saturday morning surgery for patients who are unable to attend during normal working hours.
Out of hours medical care is the responsibility of the Out of Hours provider Northern Doctors.
Amble Health Centre provides access for disabled patients. It has ramps at the main entrance automatic doors and disabled toilets. There are also moving signs call boards and a tannoy system to aid patients who have impaired hearing and/or vision.
Telephone 01665 710481
Amble Dental Practice offers a wide range of dental surgery services. They have been awarded a Gold Membership from the British Dental Association Good Practice Scheme which means they comply with current agreed standards of good practice as well as their legal and professional obligations. The practice is located on High Street and offers NHS and private dentistry as well as a dental hygiene service.
Their opening hours are as follows:
Monday 0830 - 1730
Tuesday 0830 - 1730
Wednesday 0830 - 1730
Thursday 0830 - 1900
Friday 0800 - 1700
Saturdays - one per month 0900 1230
For further information please see www.ambledental.com
Telephone: 01665 710678
Amble Fire Station is a retained service and is located in a new purpose built station on the Coquet Enterprise Park (NE65 0PE) on the outskirts of Amble
Telephone - 01665 714026
Emergencies call 999
Non-emergencies call 101
Telephone - 03456 043043
From 27 August 2015 Ambles Police Station is located at Fourways 2 on Dilston Terrace - although located on the upper ground floor, it has full disabled access.
Opening hours: Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm
The North East Ambulance Service is based in Newcastle and covers the Amble area. They have over 600 paramedics, 140 advanced technicians and 200 emergency care support workers (or ECSW) on their front line and a fleet of over 500 emergency vehicles operating from 51 ambulance stations and 12 stand-by points throughout the county. They also have access to the Great North Air Ambulance.
Amble Coastguard Station is located in a purpose built property located on Leazes Street adjacent to the Lifeboat Station.
The Coastguard Rescue Service carries out a number of important roles:
They carry out coastal search and rescue including cliff, mud, search and water rescue operations;
Provide incident attendance and on-scene co-ordination;
Provide mobile communications including relay and remote radio site operations;
Report and identify presence of pollution and other hazardous objects e.g. chemicals and WW1 and WW11 ordnance (e.g. mines) on shore to the MRCC;
Carry out duties on behalf of, and as required by, the Receiver of Wreck;
Carry out coastal and inshore surveillance in relation to coastal erosion etc;
They also assist local authorities and other emergency services when requested and approved by line management in relation to counter pollution, flood relief, missing person searches and other emergencies as a Category One Responder.
If you see an emergency please phone 999 and ask for the Coastguard.
For more information about the Coastguard Rescue Service and the history of the Amble Coastguard please click here
LINKS FOR TIDES AND WEATHER:
Click here for details of Amble Tide Times Gives details of high and low tides and sunrise/sunset.
Click here for the Met Office website For shipping forecasts, inshore forecasts and other marine information.
Note: The sites above are given for information only and HMCG cannot be held responsible for any of the information provided by those providers. Also, HMCG cannot recommend any particular sites and there are numerous other sites that provide tide and weather details.