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Broom LaneTel: 01709 724738
Kimberworth ParkTel: 01709 724738
Broom Valley Medical CentreTel: 01709 365244
Morning and afternoon surgeries (a copy of the GPs' timetable is available from reception).
Babies are seen by appointment only (you may book on the day you wish to be seen). If your child is unwell do not bring to the baby clinic, but make an appointment in a normal surgery. Clinics are held at both surgeries. The practice nurse and health visitor will be available with the doctor to weigh, immunise and give advice.
To monitor the progress and immunisation of children under five years of age.
The Practice provides full contraceptive services. Speak to or telephone reception staff who will make the appropriate appointment.
The Practice operates a fully equipped clinical unit, where a range of minor surgery procedures are carried out. Patients are referred by their doctor.
Together the doctors and midwives monitor and advise on the antenatal and postnatal care of our mothers-to-be.
The doctors and practice nurses will monitor and manage patients with these conditions.
The Practice and drug team will share the care of patients with a drug abuse problem.
The Practice and alcohol team will share the care of suitable patients.
The Practice monitors stable patients who take warfarin.
The Practice monitors patients who take a specific drug which is prescribed by the hospital.
The Practice invites all eligible groups to take advantage of preventive vaccination.
The practice nurses see patients for the prevention, monitoring and controlling of these conditions.
This is a simple test, usually carried out by specially trained nurses. The Practice recommends that all women should have a smear test every three years at which time you will be sent a reminder. If for any reason your smear is abnormal, you will automatically be sent an appointment for the colposcopy clinic. Swabs Carried out by trained practice nurses before the fitting of coils. Family Planning Will discuss all options available to male and female patients.
Teenagers and young people can talk confidentially to a nurse on all aspects of sexual health. Menopause Talk about the options available.
The Practice employs health care assistants who, under the guidance of the practice nurses, can provide the following services:
NHS Rotherham employ the Following staff who are attached to The practice
Health visitors are nurses employed by NHS Rotherham, who work from our medical centres and specialise in preventative medicine and health education. They are particularly concerned in helping families with child care.
They visit at home and care for patients who are too ill to come to the surgery.
The community matron manages patients with multiple complex long-term conditions, ensuring that all their health and physiological care needs are met. Patients’ conditions include heart failure, COPD, diabetes, Parkinsons and hypertension. The community matron seeks to prevent unnecessary hospital admissions.
The community midwife shares the care of all mothers before and after delivery. In addition the midwife attends the antenatal clinics held at each centre and, with the doctor, provides full maternity medical services. Dietitian, Mental Health Professionals And Podiatrist They are all available in-house to see patients who are referred by their doctor.
An appointment can be made at reception for patients over 12 years old to have bloods taken by the phlebotomist.
Examinations for insurance, employment, driving and legal purposes are not covered by the National Health Service.
The receptionist will advise you of the fee when you arrange your appointment.
There is further information about countries and vaccinations required on the links below
If you require any travel vaccinations then you should contact us well in advance of travel. You will need to complete a travel questionnaire and pass to our reception at least 8 weeks before departure.
You can collect a form from reception or use the link below. You should then contact reception after 3 working days to make an appointment with the practice nurse (who will have assessed your needs). Please note that we may have to order vaccine stocks for you and you may also need a follow up appointment. All this will be explained to you by the nurse.
Some travel vaccines are ordered on a private prescription and these incur a charge over and above the normal prescription charge. This is because not all travel vaccinations are included in the services provided by the NHS.
Travel Health Questionnaire
Remember this questionnaire should be completed 8 weeks before travel
Travelling in Europe
If you are travelling to Europe a very useful booklet has been published with advice and guidance to help you get the most out of your holiday. To visit please click:- http://ec.europa.eu/publications/booklets/eu_glance/86/en.pdf (this is a large document and may take a minute or two to view)
Your staff are a key business asset and essential to productivity and profitability.
Occupational health teams keep people well at work – physically and mentally. Occupational health services will help keep your employees healthy and safe whilst in work and manage any risks in the workplace that are likely to give rise to work-related ill health. Research shows that good health is good for business and better workplaces have better financial results. Every year over 170 million days are lost to sickness absence. The Government’s Black Review of the health of the working age population reported the cost to the economy is estimated to be £100bn each year. Research shows that the longer people are off sick, the less likely they are to make a successful return to work. After six months absence from work, there is only a 50 per cent chance of someone making a successful return.
Occupational health teams can develop a range of services designed specifically to meet the needs of your business. We can:
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