Practice Nurses Caron Walker, Penny Dawson,Bernadette Lynch and Emma Varley
Our practice nurses are available to give advice, in confidence, on health problems and the prevention of illness.
 - Healthy eating and weight loss
 - Heart disease prevention
 - Routine blood pressure checks
 - Healthy retirement
 - Asthma
 - Diabetes
 - Pre-pregnancy counselling 
 - Routine contraception
 -  Menopause problems
 - Cervical smear
 - Children's immunisation in the baby clinic
 -  Travel advice, including immunisations
Travel Immunisations and Travel Advice
When do you travel?
Collect and complete holiday immunisation form. Holiday forms are looked at on Fridays.
We need 8 weeks notice for European travel and 12 weeks notice for Worldwide travel.
If travel is less than this, we are unable to provide holiday vaccination immunisations or advice.
Contact details for travel clinic
Sheffield Travel Health Clinic at the Royal Hallamshire Hospital tel 0114 2712608
There will be a fee for this service.
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Chest Problems – Asthma COPD
Managing your asthma or COPD should be an ongoing partnership and communication between yourself and your doctor or nurse. Our aim is to empower you the patient to understand and manage your condition. Emphasis is on the need for ongoing education. Not just crisis intervention, so arrange an appointment with the Practice nurse for a review of your medication and inhalers and we will help you understand more about your condition and treatment, how to monitor your symptoms and to hopefully lead as normal life as possible.
Ear Syringing
If you need ears syringing please make an appointment with the Practice Nurse, please ensure olive oil drops have been used for a minimum of 5 days prior to appointment, If your ears have been checked by the doctor then Steph our HCA can syringe them.
Minor Surgery 
The surgery undertakes minor surgery procedures. You will need an appointment with any of the doctors initially so they can advise you if this would be appropriate
Routine Consultations
If you are aged 16-75 and have not been seen by a doctor in the last 3 years we would like you to arrange a routine appointment If you are over 75years of age and have not been seen by a doctor in the last year, we would like to invite you to arrange a routine appointment.
Patient Centred Care Planning As a practice we are always trying to improve the care of our patients and to empower them to be more responsible for their own health and lifestyle choices by   offering help and support, written information and signposting them to appropriate services.
For certain groups of patients, we will be doing care plans to aid improvement in overall health and well-being. For further information, you may wish to discuss this with a nurse?
District Nurses
The District Nurses provide nursing care to patients confined to their homes
Healthcare Assistants/Phlebotomists
These are available for blood tests and routine blood pressure checks, and routine monitoring under the guidance of the practice nurses, but do not offer advice on health problems or illness prevention. Any patients wishing to give up smoking can also make an appointment to discuss this with the HCA's.
Stop Smoking Advisor 
Any patients wishing to give up smoking can also make an appointment to discuss this with the Stop Smoking Advisor
The Midwife
Zoe Bates - Jessop's triage number 0114 2268091
We hold an ante-natal clinic on a Monday morning, If you have a positive pregnancy test, please book in to see Sally. There is no need to see the doctor first.
The Health Visitor
Samia Frow (Sheffield) - 0114.284 7660 Leslie Davies  (Rotherham) - 01709 423388
Gives advice on health care to families, particularly those with young children or older people. Drop in clinics are available in our local area.
The health visiting team will also arrange to carry out routine child health surveillance checks
The doctor may recommend a course of physiotherapy. Our clinics are held Tuesday morning and Wednesday afternoon.
Occupation Health Advisor
Health advice is available at the practice by appointment on alternate Wednesday mornings. It is not necessary for a GP to make the referral to this service.
Mental Health Team
We currently have a Mental Health Team attached to the surgery and referrals must be made through the GP.
We currently have a counsellor attached to the surgery and referrals must be made via the GP.
Chiropody - Fiona Webb
It is important for people with certain conditions to take extra care with their feet. These conditions include diabetes, arthritis, some types of poor circulation and patients on warfarin medication. Fiona visits the practice on Tuesday mornings