Antenatal clinics

pregnant_bpAntenatal clinics are run by the midwives on a Wednesday all day and Friday afternoons. If you are pregnant or you have any pregnancy related problems the Midwives will be happy to see you. 

To be referred to the midwife, please ring our surgery or attend reception. 

Well Woman

Routine smears are generally done with a pre booked appointment any day by the nurses, the nurse can also deal with contraception and general issues. The Well Woman clinic deals with pill checks, cervical smears and any other female related problems. An appointment can be made through reception or the telephones.

We are going to be having a walk in clinic for well women appointments and the dates and times can be found on our home page every 4 weeks. 

heart_and_cardiogramCardiology/Hypertension

The Cardiology/Hypertension appointments are run by the ANP  throughout the week and is by appointment only. This deals with the routine follow-up of heart disease, angina, hypertension and other cardiological problems. 

Diabetes

The Diabetes appointments are  run throughout the week by the Practice Nurses  they are by appointment only and deals with the routine follow-up and review of patients with diabetes. Any diabetes related problems can be dealt with in this clinic.

Our specialist diabetes nurse is Heidi Watson. 

Asthma

The Asthma appointments are run throughout the week by the Practice Nurses  and are by appointment booking only. This can include spirometry (with a HCA assisting), asthma reviews and review of inhaler technique. 

Our specialist asthma nurse is Rebecca Dobson. 

factor50Travel Advice

We off travel immunisations, which may be subject to a charge. Please attend the surgery and fill in a travel risk assessment form where a nurse will contact you by telephone shortly after.  

Immunisations

A full range of immunisations for both adults and children is available. Please make an appointment with the Practice Nuse who will advise and arrange for any immunisations to be given. Most baby immunisations are carried out routinely in the Tuesday 'Baby Clinic', and pre-school boosters on Wednesday afternoons, between 3pm and 4pm.  

Social Services

If you require advice or support from Social Services, please contact Rotherham MB Council direct on Rotherham 382121 and ask for Social Services. 

moterh_and_babyFamily Planning/Pregancy Advice

Advice is available from the Practice Nurse  and the doctors. Please remember that all requests are treated in the strictest confidence, so do not be afraid to speak to one of our health professionals.

Please note that Dr Brynes and Dr Majid do not prescribe emergency contraception ('the morning after pill') nor refer for termination of pregnancy. Please ask to see a different doctor if seeking such advice.

Contraception advice is  available  through the Sexual Health Clinic at Rotherham Foundation Trust (01709 427777). 

Pregnancy Advisory Service:
If you find you have an unplanned or unwanted pregnancy and need further advice, your doctor may refer you to Rotherham's Pregnancy Advisory Service, at Rotherham Hospital. Alternatively, you can make your own appointment to be seen, without a referral from your GP. Please telephone the service on Rotherham 304542 (or Freephone 08000 730958).  

Anticoagulation treatment monitoring

Patients on anticoagulation treatment (warfarin) can now have their regular monitoring blood tests and dosage adjustment carried out at the surgery. If you are currently attending a hospital anticoagulation monitoring clinic and would like to take advantage of this service, please speak to your doctor.  

Rheumatology treatment monitoring

Some patients under the care of the Rheumatology Department require regular blood tests to monitor the safety of their treatment. Under a 'shared care' protocol, we are now starting to undertake monitoring blood tests for some patients. If you would like to use this service, please speak to your hospital specialist at your next visit and ask if you could have your blood test monitoring carried out here at the surgery.  

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