We offer a wide range of specialist clinics and services.
If you are interested in joining and having your say on how we develop the practice to best suit you please follow us on facebook and watch for our surveys.
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We have two practices based in the Dearne Valley area, one located in Thurnscoe and the other located in Goldthorpe. Both practices are in purpose built lift buildings.
Our goal is to work together with our patients, to educate them in their lifestyle choices and to help them manage and improve their overall health and wellbeing.
We welcome new patients to join us and aim to provide the same excellent clinical care to everyone.
Have you heard or used the Pharmacyfirst service in Barnsley. It’s been running for nearly a year now and we’d like to see what you think of it.
Thank you very much for taking part.
Risk profiling is a new NHS service that will help your GP spot whether you might need early treatment or care.
Your health information will be profiled in a local NHS data warehouse and the results will be seen only by your GP and health care professionals involved in your care pathway.
NHS security systems will protect the information from beginning to end.
If you have any other concerns about the use of your information please contact a member of out reception team on 01709886354
Barnsley GPs and pharmacies are offering a new service which gives you more choice and easier access when it comes to treating minor illnesses and ailments.
If you don't normally pay NHS prescription charges, then any medicines supplied under the Pharmacyfirst scheme will be FREE.
If you do pay for your prescriptions, then the cost of the medicines should be much less that the prescription charge and you get the same great advice from your pharmacist.
Your pharmacist is a qualified health care professional who can help with your health problems. The pharmacist will offer you a private space to talk to you about your symptom
The following conditions are currently covered by the scheme:
UPDATE: We are still experiencing issues with the telephone. After several days of investigating the IT department working for Barnsley CCG don’t yet know the route cause.
We are currently suffering a telephone malfunction which is effecting our Thurnscoe and Goldthorpe practice. This is not specific to our practice it is effecting the whole building!
This has been logged as an urgent job but we currently dont have a timescale for resolution.
If you need medical care at this point please call NHS 111 (dial 111 from any telephone or mobile free of charge)
In an extreme emergency call 999!
We will update you are this issue progresses and apologise for any inconveniences this may cause.
The NHS Health Check is for adults in England between the ages of 40 and 74.
Everyone is at risk of developing heart disease, stroke, diabetes, kidney disease and some forms of dementia.
The good news is that these conditions can often be prevented, even if you have a family history of them.
NHS Health Check can help you by assessing your risk of developing these health problems and giving you personalised advice on how to reduce it.
Book in to see one of our Heath Care Assistants and get checked now!
Download this year's Patient Participation report by clicking here.
We encourage you to leave us feedback and any comments or suggestion you might have. Get in touch via Facebook, Twitter or SurveyMonkey. Alternatively you can fill in a comments slip in surgery or send a letter in to us addressed to The Practice Manager.
We will update our social media sites and waiting room notice boards with any updates that may occur based on feedback we receive.
Thanks again to everyone who took part in this years survey.
Sharing information about the care you have received, enables those involved in providing care and health services to improve the quality of care and health services.
NHS England has commissioned a programme of work on behalf of the NHS, public health and social care services to address gaps in information. Their aim is to ensure that the best possible evidence is available to improve the quality of care for all.
This involves us sharing information about you!
Your date of birth, full postcode, NHS Number and gender rather than your name will be used to link your records in a secure system, managed by the Health and Social Care Information Centre (HSCIC) . Once this information has been linked, a new record will be created. This new record will not contain information that identifies you. The type of information shared, and how it is shared, is controlled by law and strict confidentiality rules.
For more information on this please click here
and for information on how to OPT OUT click here
You may receive a pack/ leaflet in the post however, If you do not provide us with the correct documentation to opt out by the 31st of March 2014 we will have no choice but share your information.
Please share this information with friends and family. We want as as many patients to have an informed decision before this goes live.
If you notice any changes in your breasts, it’s important that you contact your doctor straight away. You’re not wasting anyone’s time and it’s much better to be sure, if only to put your mind at rest.
Finding breast cancer early makes it more treatable. A trip to your doctor’s surgery could save your life. And if a friend or relative says they have any of these symptoms, insist they see their doctor.
You might see public information announcements in the press or on television regarding sharing your information.
For a video on what this means please click here
or If you would like more detaild information about care.data please see the NHS Choices website here
Do you live in Barnsley or are you registered with a Barnsley GP?
Do you have any views or suggestions on how your local NHS Services could be improved? Would you like to be kept up-to-date about local health services?
We would like our patients to be aware that there is now specialist weighing equipment avaliable at both our Thurnscoe and Goldthorpe sights. For further information see one of our HCA's.