Noticeboard

Please click the links to see the documents containing information and position statements from the CCG with regards to the Self Care and Opioid Prescribing projects. 





The practice is now on Facebook! Our page, 'The Tickhill and Colliery Medical Practice', is an information bulletin to keep our patient's informed on all things happening at the practice and any updates or information on programmes within the NHS.

To see a Doctor

pen_on_diaryIf you need advice from your doctor, ring the usual surgery number. The receptionist will take your contact details to make an appointment either to see a doctor or speak to a doctor on the telephone. The reception teams will also ask you basic details about your health concern, this is in order to signpost you to the correct clinician, who may not be a Doctor. We have  appointments each day available for booking in advance and the majority of the remainder are bookable for that day.  If all appointments are taken and you feel you need to see a doctor that day, we have a clinic available at the end of each day where you will be offered an appointment to be seen by a doctor.  These appointments are for problems that you feel would not wait for an alternative day appointment, this is not a drop-in you will need to make an appointment.  We also offer Advanced Nurse Practitioner appointments.

To see a Nurse

Our nurse team provide a range of services from taking blood samples to managing stable chronic diseases, such as asthma or high blood pressure, and contraceptive care. Our receptionist will help to find a mutually convenient time for you to attend if you telephone or call into the surgery.

 

 
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