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Introducing our New GP

We are pleased to announce that we now have a female GP, Dr Heike Kruger, working at the practice every Wednesday and Thursday.


Dr Kruger has a wealth of experience and will be a great asset to the team at RGP. 



 2018-19 Flu Clinics

We are now taking bookings for flu vaccinations.  


Clinics start the week commencing 24 September.  We will be adding further clinics in the next couple of weeks to meet demand.  Please note that if you need any other vaccines, you can have them at the same time, there is no need to book separate appointments.


Please contact reception for availability.




We are currently dealing with an increasing demand for appointments, yet are still experiencing a high volume of DNA's (did not attend).  


155 appointments were wasted due to non attendance during the month of August.


Could you please ensure that you contact us as soon as possible when you are unable to attend in order that we can allocate your appointment to someone else.


Thank you for your cooperation.


Conditions for which prescribing is restricted

At the end of May 2018, NHS England announced that certain medications would no longer be routinely available on prescription.  A full list of the conditions this affects is given below:

  1. Probiotics
  2. Vitamins and minerals
  3. Acute Sore Throat
  4. Infrequent Cold Sores of the lip.
  5. Conjunctivitis
  6. Coughs and colds and nasal congestion
  7. Cradle Cap (Seborrhoeic dermatitis – infants)
  8. Haemorrhoids
  9. Infant Colic
  10. Mild Cystitis
  11. Mild Irritant Dermatitis
  12. Dandruff
  13. Diarrhoea (Adults)
  14. Dry Eyes/Sore (tired) Eyes
  15. Earwax
  16. Excessive sweating (Hyperhidrosis)
  17. Head Lice
  18. Indigestion and Heartburn
  19. Infrequent Constipation
  20. Infrequent Migraine
  21. Insect bites and stings
  22. Mild Acne
  23. Mild Dry Skin
  24. Sunburn
  25. Sun Protection
  26. Mild to Moderate Hay fever/Seasonal Rhinitis
  27. Minor burns and scalds
  28. Minor conditions associated with pain, discomfort and/fever. (e.g. aches and sprains, headache, period pain, back pain)
  29. Mouth ulcers
  30. Nappy Rash
  31. Oral Thrush
  32. Prevention of dental caries
  33. Ringworm/Athletes foot
  34. Teething/Mild toothache
  35. Threadworms
  36. Travel Sickness
  37. Warts and Verrucae

If you have any queries around this, please speak to your GP.

Working Win Trial 

SYHA have recently launched a new Trial aimed at getting people back into work following long term sickness.  If you are interested in learning more about it or taking part, please look at the Working Win webpage by following the link below.  You can self refer, or speak to one of the GP's next time you visit the practice.

Staff Training Closures

We are closed on the following dates for staff training:

  • Wednesday 13th of June from 12pm
  • Wednesday 18th of July from 12pm
  • Wednesday 15th of August from 12pm
  • Wednesday 19th of September from 12pm
  • Wednesday 17th of October from 12pm
  • Wednesday 14th of November from 12pm
  • Wednesday 12th of December from 12pm

Also there will be no Doctors on site from 12pm on Thursday the 7th of June.

Care Quality Commission Inspection Report

Have your say  - join our Patient Participation Group

Important changes to Saturday surgery times

Commencing 2nd January 2016

We have been notified by NHS Barnsley CCG that the emergency appointments offered on Saturday mornings by our practice are to cease on 26tth December. This is due to the introduction of iHeart Barnsley, the new Barnsley wide service for emergency out of hours appointments. From 2nd January we will be offering appointments to our patients on Saturday mornings between 8.30am - 12.30pm which will all be pre bookable. Patients who are unable to get an appointment on a Saturday are advised to contact iHeart Barnsley on 01226 242429.

Named Accountable GP

All patients will have a named accountable GP who will be responsible for patients' overall care at the practice. This does not stop you from seeing any other GP or Nurse Practitioner in the practice. Where a patient wishes to see a particular GP, they may have to wait longer to see their preferred practitioner. We will inform patients of their accountable GP opportunistically when patients contact the surgery. If you wish to know who your named accountable GP is, please contact the practice on 01226 700400.

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