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Flu Season 2017

If you have received either a text message or a flu invitation card in the post and are unable to attend your date and time given then please come along to an alternative clinic below:

Friday 29th September at Carterknowle  between 8.45am-12noon

Saturday 30th September at Dore between 8.30am-2pm

Thursday 12th October at Carterknowle between 1.30pm-4.30pm

Saturday 14th October at Carterknowle between 8.30am-2pm

Thursday19th October at Dore 1.30pm-4.30pm

Alternatively if you are unable to attend surgery and require a home visit then please contact the surgery who will arrange this for you.

Sharing Clinical Records

We have updated our information page regarding how we share patient record data with other organisations within the NHS. 

Please click here to be taken to our record sharing information page


Carterknowle and Dore Medical Practice

We are a team of health care professionals committed to providing a high quality of care which is sensitive to the needs of our patients. Our aim is not only to help when you are ill, but also to keep you healthy.


Our surgeries are modern, computerised and well equipped with good facilities for the disabled including car parking, wheelchair access and toilet provision.


We offer surgeries every week day with a range of specialist skills as well as general medicine. This is a group practice which means you can see any of the doctors. If Dore patients are unable to get an appointment, they may be able to be get an appointment at the main surgery at Carterknowle depending on demand.

PHYSICIAN ASSOCIATES

We are delighted as a training Practice to announce that we are one of the first practices in the region to take on trainees from the University of Sheffield and Sheffield Hallam University on the Physician Associates course.

Physician Associates are a new type of Medical Practitioner with post graduate clinical training and who work with Doctors and Nurses in the diagnosis and management of patients .

They are trained to perform a number of roles including ;taking medical histories, performing examinations, analysing test results, diagnosing illnesses and formulating management plans.  

They are always under the direct supervision of a Doctor.

Please discuss with the receptionist if you feel an appointment with the Physician  Associates may be helpful for you. 

TRAVEL VACCINATIONS

We are short of Nurses appointments for travel vaccinations .

We are advising patients of the following travel clinics.

  Royal Hallamshire Hospital,  every Wednesday , between  2.00pm- 6.00pm  telephone  01142712608

Travel Doc , Kingfisher House , Rockingham Street, S1 4EB  open Monday - Saturday  8.00am - 6.00pm

click on the link below for further information

https://www.citydoc.org.uk/citydoc-sheffield

 


                                                                                             Reading well programme

 Reading Well supports people to live well with a long-term health condition.

Reading Well provides information and support for people living with a long-term health condition and their carers.

The books provide quality-assured information about common conditions and symptoms, practical advice for living with a long-term condition and support for self-management. 

The list also includes titles to support the carers, friends and families of people living with a long-term condition.

Click on the link below for further information 

http://reading-well.org.uk/resources/1844


Car Parking

Carterknowle
Our private staff car park provides limited access for disabled patients who are unable to walk in from the street. We ask you not to park here unless you are disabled.

Dore
There is a large parking area adequate for staff and patients.

We have a new a patient survey running for 2017 please click here

(Site updated 17/10/2017)
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