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Please note that when you ring the practice for an appointment the reception staff will ask you for a brief summary of your problem in order to direct you to the most appropriate service.

Coronavirus

All  routine until further appointments, will be telephone consultation.  Please ensure when booking an appointment you give the surgery an up to date contact number.  Should you need a face to face appointment the doctor will book you in following your telephone consultation.

You can now book face to face appointments with the Plebotomist and Practice Nurse.

We appreciate your cooperation during these uncertain times.

Contact the practice and you will be dealt with following Public Health guidelines.  For further advice or if you are concerned in any way please contact the practice.

The Surgery will be closed on the following afternoons from 12.30 pm for staff training

 13th May, 17th June, 8th July, 12th August, 16th September, 14th October, 11th November and 9th Dec 2021

Should your require medical treatment out of hours please contact 111 or  for advise or go  A& E for emergencies only.

Out of Hours Appointments

Did you know you can now book appointments with a GP weekday evenings from 6:30pm to 8:00pm, Saturday's and Sunday's and also weekend evenings at one of the Rotherham Hubs. 

If you wish to be seen at any of the Hubs (Dinnngton, Broom Lane, Magna Surgery) please contact the surgery for a member of staff to book you into one of the available slots. When booking the appointment a member of staff will ask you the following questions, 

  • Reason for appointment
  • Consent for 3rd party access to your clinical records (without this you will not be able to attend the HUBS).
  • Do you require a chaperone.
  • Is this an ongoing problem. (Please note the appointment won't be booked if it is an ongoing problem you are seeing the GP about). 
  • Up to date contact telephone number. 

ACCESSIBLE INFORMATION STANDARD

The Practice wants to communicate better with our patients to ensure that we always meet the Accessible Information Standard.  This will allow the practice to identify those patients that may need extra help from the staff, adaptations to correspondence sent to patients, methods of communication, accessing external assistance. In order for the practice to understand patients’ needs we need you to tell us what changes you require?

Once we are aware of the changes your required we will endeavour to implements them as soon as possible to ensure we meet your needs. An alert will be placed on your clinical records to ensure all staff members are prompted and are able to respond correctly to your requirements.

Therefore we need to make sure you can read and understand the information we send you. If you find it hard to read our letters, and need the information in braille, large print or easy read please let us know, this can then be entered on your records and the correct format sent to you.

If you need someone to support you at appointments, a British Sign Language Interpreter / advocate or support for those hard of hearing or deaf, either to via lip reading or the use of hearing aid / communication tools please let us know so we can arrange for this within the practice.

The practice is committed to helping all our patients receive the best treatment and experience when accessing our services. So please inform us when you arrive for your next appointment or when you next visit the practice to allow us to make these changes for you.



 
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