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All patients are required under our contract with NHS England are to be allocated a named General Practitioner. All patients registered at the practice have been allocated a GP. To find out who your GP is please ask at reception, you will of course,still be able to access all doctors working at the practice.


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We are a semi rural practice operating from two surgeries 3 miles apart, both of which are fully equipped and patients attend one or the other surgery. The majority, 6000 patients are registered at Tickhill and approximately 3200 from Bircotes / Harworth and the surrounding villages.

Tickhill is a prosperous semi rural community with some strong local farming roots. Bircotes and Harworth are mining villages, with some areas of deprivation following the closure of the local Colliery and other small manufacturing sites.

The practice has a GMS contract and is a high achiever of QoF points.

The practice operates a ZERO tolerance policy, our staff are here to help and not to be abused this will NOT under any circumstances be accepted appropriate action would be considered and if necessary implemented. 

The Tickhill and Colliery Patient Participation Group AGM will be held on Wednesday 23rd May at Harworth and Bircotes Townhall at 6:15pm. All are welcome to attend.

Accident and Emergency

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 Pressures are being felt in General Practice all over the country including the whole urgent care system. Consider over the counter medications or advice from your local pharmacy prior to contacting your General Practice.

Help us to Help you. 

The shingles vaccination cohort for 2017/18 is offered to patients who are between the age of 70 to 75 and those who are 78 to 80 be safe and protect yourself by arranging an appointment with the Nursing Team for the immunisation.


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