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Welcome

We are pleased to welcome two new GPs to the practice.

Dr Phiby Ekladious has been working with us since April as a locum and is now joining us as a GP partner.

Dr Saqib Ali will be joining the practice from March as a salaried GP.

Thank you for your patience during the difficult time of recruitment.


Changes to prescriptions for medicines available over the counter

GP practices no longer prescribe medicines that are available to buy over the counter

Self Care poster

Self Care Leaflet


Manor Field Surgery's repeat prescription service is changing

You will no longer be able to order your prescription more than a week before the due date.

If your medication review is due a prescription will not be issued until an appointment has been made.


Changes to urgent and emergency care in Rotherham

From 6th July 2017 the way you access urgent and emergency care in Rotherham is changing.

The Walk-in Centre service, currently at Rotherham Community Health Centre, will no longer be provided. The team will join the Emergency Department at the new Urgent and Emergency Care Centre at Rotherham Hospital.

Rotherham Emergency Centre


Third party ordering of repeat prescriptions on behalf of patients

 We NO LONGER accept any repeat prescription requests from community pharmacies on behalf of patients.

Patients (or their carer, nominated family member/friend) will have to order repeat prescriptions directly from the surgery themselves.

Collections of prescriptions from the practice by community pharmacies on behalf of patients will not be affected.

 

The 23 practices made/making this change, with full support of NHS Rotherham CCG, have carefully considered all options, engaged extensively with key stakeholders (patients, carers, patient participation groups and voluntary groups).

Repeat Prescription Leaflet

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