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Practice Leaflet

How To See Your Doctor

The building is open

Monday      8.15am – 1.00pm & 2.00pm - 6.00pm

Tuesday       8.15am – 1.00pm & 2.00pm - 8.00pm

Wednesday 8.15am – 1.00pm & 2.00pm - 6.00pm

Thursday     8.15pm – 1.00pm & 2.00pm - 6.00pm

Friday          8.15am – 1.00pm & 2.00pm - 6.00pm

(closed on Saturdays, Sundays & public holidays)

 

Open Surgeries

Each morning 8.30-10am “walk in” surgery with no appointment needed. Doors open at 8.15am.

 

Book on the day Surgeries

Telephone at 8am or call in person to make an appointment to be seen that afternoon.

 

Appointment Surgeries

You may make an appointment to be seen up to 4 weeks ahead in person, by telephoning during surgery hours or booking on-line (same process as ordering prescriptions on line, detailed below). All patients now have a named GP, however you can see whichever doctor you choose. If you are unable to keep an appointment, please let us know.

 

Access

There is car parking space at our purpose built surgery and easy access for wheelchairs. Users of the Disabled Bay must display a Blue Badge.

 

Repeat Prescriptions

You will receive a list of your repeat prescriptions. When re-ordering medication, tick the items you require and either post or deliver the slip to the surgery. We are also happy to receive requests for repeat medication by fax, but please avoid telephoning orders if at all possible.

Please only order the medication you need.

You can now order your repeat prescriptions on line. Please speak to a receptionist or dispenser and they will organise your password.

 

www.kimboltonmedicalcentre.nhs.uk

 

Please allow 2 working days for collection

 

We can dispense medicines for most villages, except Kimbolton, Stonely and a few outlying villages. If you live in one of these you will be given a prescription to take to a chemist. We deliver medicines to some villages. Please ask our dispensers for details.

 

 

Telephoning your Doctor

If you wish to speak to a doctor on the telephone you will be asked for your telephone number and the doctor will call you back, unless you would like to call at another time.

 

Home Visits

If you are too ill to come to the surgery, a home visit can be arranged by telephoning the surgery, preferably before 10.00am. Please be prepared to give details to our receptionist as this will help us to see the most urgent cases first.

 

 

IN AN EMERGENCY WHEN THE SURGERY IS CLOSED PHONE

01480 860205

Then follow the directions given

 

The practice is covered by the Emergency service:

                           Weekdays:   6.00pm-8.00am

Weekends: 6.00pm Friday to 8.00am Monday

and bank holidays

 

Results

If you have any tests, do remember to contact the surgery for results, after 10.00am any weekday. Cervical smear results will be sent to you by the Health Authority.

 

Training at the Medical Centre

GP Registrars: We are accredited as a training practice. A Registrar is a qualified doctor undertaking further training to become a GP. Their previous work has been mainly in hospital. You may be asked if your consultation with the GP Registrar can be videotaped. Videotaping will only be done if you give us

your consent.

 

Medical Students: Twice a year we have 2 medical students in their last year at Medical School who spend a month with us to learn more about general practice. They also see patients but only with your consent.

 

Responsible Authority:

NHS England

PO Box 16738

Redditch, B97 9PT

Telephone

0300 311 22 33

 

Practice Staff

 

Medical Centre Manager: Andy Slater.

He is responsible for the smooth running of the practice and ensures that you make the best use of our services. You should contact him about any difficulties you have. He deals with our in-house patients’ complaints procedure.

 

Reception Staff: Caroline Gardner, Anne Marriott, Bea Slater, Gill Tuke, Jan Gough, Angela Arch,  and Trisha Stokes

 

Secretary: Nikki Yeoman.

She arranges hospital referrals for the doctors. Any related problems or queries should be directed to her.

 

Dispensers: Maxine Trusler, Caroline Seabrook, Yvonne Stearns, Rita Fisher and Debbie Salgado.

They dispense the medicines prescribed by the doctors.

They take telephone queries from 10.30 am.

 

Practice Nurses: Trish Jones nurse Practitioner, Nicky Mitchell RGN and Paula Robinson RGN.

They are available by appointment and carry out various procedures such as vaccinations and other injections, dressings, cervical smears and ear syringing. They also do blood pressure checks, family planning checks and give advice on health promotion including help with giving up smoking and travel advice.

 

Healthcare Assistants: Nikki Yeoman, Bea Slater and

Jan Gough.

They carry out blood tests, ECG’s and blood pressure checks, by appointment.

 

Health Visitor: Kara Nicholson

She works with Cambridgeshire families with pre-school children and is contactable on 01480 860097. If not available you can leave a message.

For Bedfordshire families call 01234 310392.

For Northamptonshire families call 01933 623327.

For information regarding drop in clinics please call your named health visitor.

 

District/Community Nurses: This team helps to care for people in their homes. They can be contacted on 0844 4810089, but you need a referral from the practice first.

 

Midwife: Our Midwife is Diane Leckie. Messages can be left on 01480 357964. She holds an antenatal clinic at the surgery on Wednesday mornings, by appointment.

 

 

 

SPECIALIST SERVICES AND CLINICS

 

 

Alcohol problems: Gainsborough Foundation

For help please telephone 07809 777166 or 07709 141201.

 

Antenatal Clinic: the midwife holds a clinic on Wednesday mornings by appointment.

 

Asthma Clinic: by appointment, with the asthma nurses Paula Incledon-Webber or Paula Robinson.

 

Blood tests: with phlebotomists or nurses, by appointment, with doctors’ referral.

 

Cervical Smears: taken by a nurse or doctor, in an appointment surgery.

 

Child Assessments: arranged with the Health Visitor.

 

Childhood Immunisations: the nurses give routine immunisations to babies and children, by appointment.

 

Contraception: a full range of methods are available including implants, Mirena/coils, and cap fitting. The nurses are trained in family planning and can perform routine checks. Emergency contraception (both tablets and IUD fitting) are also available.

 

Diabetic Clinic: by appointment, arranged with the diabetes nurse Nicky Mitchell.

 

Minor surgery: arranged with the doctors, by appointment.

 

Physiotherapy: by self-referral.

Contact Physio Direct on 01480 434980.

 

Smoking: Camquit: (help with giving up smoking)

To see the advisor please make an appointment at reception.

 

Vaccinations: by appointment with the nurses. If you are arranging foreign travel vaccinations, please download the travel questionnaire from our website or ask for a form from reception and complete this prior to your appointment.

 

 

 

 

 

 

YOUR HELP PLEASE……….

We want the Practice to provide the best possible medical care.

 

Do let the doctors or Practice Manager know if you have any ideas or suggestions for improvement

 

April 2016

 

Website: kimboltonmedicalcentre.nhs.uk


 

   

 

 

Dr Lara Scattergood

MA MB BChir DRCOG MRCGP DFSRH

Cambridge 2003

 

Dr Andrew Borman

MB BChir MRCGP

Cambridge 2003

 

Dr Rosie Atterton

MB ChB MFSRH MRCGP Dip Obs

Edinburgh 2002

 

Dr Jai Krishnan

MB BS MRCS MRCGP

Edinburgh 2005

 

Dr Catherine Salkield

MBBS MRCGP

London 1996

 

Dr Angela Huckridge

BMedSci, BMBS, MRCGP, DRCOG

Nottingham 2002

 

 

 

KIMBOLTON

MEDICAL

CENTRE

 

 

Hunters Way

Kimbolton

Cambridgeshire

PE28 0JF

 

Telephone: 01480 860205

Fax: 01480 861590

aflet November 2015



 
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