Opening Hours

Monday
8:00am - 6:00pm
Tuesday
8:00am - 6:00pm
Wednesday
8:00am - 6:00pm
Thursday
8:00am - 6:00pm
Friday
8:00am - 6:00pm
Saturday
7:45am - 11.00am
Monday
8:00am -6pm
Tuesday
8:00am - 6pm
Wednesday
8:00am -6pm
Thursday
8:00am - 6pm
Friday
8:00am -6pm

Extended Hours

We offer extended hours on Saturday mornings between 8:00am - 10:30am.

Out of Hours

If you need a Doctor in an emergency please call the surgery number and press option 1 to be transfered to the Out of Hours Service NHS 111 is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Calls are free from landlines and mobile phones.

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If you need a Doctor in an emergency please call the surgery number and press option 1 to be transfered to the Out of Hours Service NHS 111 is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Calls are free from landlines and mobile phones.

Appointments

Telephone or Face 2 Face Consultations

Available with our clinical team of ANP's & GP's. To book online TPP SystmOnline or request a non urgent appointment via our AccuRx Messages HERE

Nurse & Health Care Assistant Appointments

The Practice Nurses can help you with a range of issues from health management to vaccinations. Appointments. To bookonline TPP SystmOnline Or via our AccuRx Messages HERE

Non Urgent Requests & Sicknotes

Please follow the link for any non urgent enquiries via our AccuRx Messages HERE

Prescriptions – How to order

Systmone Online

You can order your repeat prescriptions via our online services. In order to order online you need a unique password, if you dont have this please pop into the surgery with some Photo ID and we will be able to issue this for you. Click. TPP SystmOnline or via AccuRx HERE

In Person

Fill in a prescription request form or underline the items needed on the tear-off side of your prescription and drop it into the surgery.

Post

If a stamped addressed envelope is supplied your prescription can be returned via Royal Mail.

Email

Email your requests to the practice DONCCG.KingthorneGP@nhs.net

AccuRx Online Message

Contact us 24/7 via our AccuRx messages. Click HERE

Online Services

Systmone Online - Access Appointments,Prescriptions, Medical record:

Advise on how to book appointments

Message us via AccuRx for non urgent requests, sick note requests and prescriptions

Click here for more information

View your Medical Records online

Links to useful websites and surveys

Friends & Family Questionnaire

Practice information leaflet

NHS Digital - Opt Out

Click here to access NHS Digital to choose your National Data Opt out.

Parkrun

If you would like to sign up FREE click here

Kingthorne Group Practice - A Guide for Teens...............

Contraception

There are many forms of contraception that we offer in surgery:

· Depo injection - depo-provera is one of the most common contraceptives in the UK and lasts for 13 weeks. It is 99% affective if used properly. It is very useful for women who struggle to take the pill at the same time every day.

· The pill - the pill is a combined pill which is over 99% affective at preventing pregnancy if taken correctly.

· Emergency Contraception - emergency contraception is also known as the morning after pill. It can be taken up to 5 days after unprotected sex.

· Implant - Contraceptive implants work in a similar way to the pill. The implant is inserted under the skin of the upper arm and can stay there for up to three years after which it stops being affective and needs to be removed.

· Free condoms - we offer free condoms in surgery, if you want to speak to someone in private about this, please speak to reception.

· Coil - This is a small t-shaped plastic and copper device that is placed in the womb by a Doctor or Nurse. When inserted correctly it is 99% affective at preventing pregnancy. It lasts 5 to 10 years.

If you would like to discuss starting contraception speak to one of our Care Navigators on 01302 342832.

Just a reminder all of this is strictly confidential, so no information will be disclosed to parents.

If you want more information online you can find a useful contraception guite here

Alcohol Abuse

Research has shown that the average age for a teenager to start drinking alcohol is 13. (Drink aware) Alcohol has a damaging affect on the development of the brain and the body. It also leaves young people vulnerable to dangerous situations.

It is understandable that teenagers can also be peer pressured into drinking alcohol. Drinking alcohol can lead to unprotected sex, causing pregnancy and STI’s.

Teenagers may also drink alcohol due to the fact they may be worried, anxious, or feeling low.

If you are worried or concerned about the amount of alcohol you may be consuming please contact reception on 01302 342832. As we have previously mentioned, this would remain strictly confidential. Click here for more online information.

 

Feeling Low or Anxious?

Some symptoms of anxiety and low mood will include:

· It may last for 2 weeks or more.

· Sadness

· Anger

· Frustration

· Tiredness

· Worry

· Low self-esteem

· Lack of energy

· Hopelessness

· Sleeping more than usual or not being able to sleep at all

· Having suicidal thoughts or thinking of harming yourself.


If you are experiencing any of the above and would like to speak to someone you can contact the Talking Shop on 01302 565650.

63 Hall Gate, Doncaster. You can also contact Young Minds who can offer text messaging support if you need it.

Want to quit Smoking?

Smoking causes significant damage to you body, as well as to other people around you. Smoking is also an expense to your bank account, 1 packet of cigarettes may not been a lot but over 12 months it can add up to over £1000. As soon as you stop smoking you will feel the health benefits from 20 minutes after stopping. After 10 years of not smoking your risk of having a heart attack will decrease to that of a non smoker.

 

If you want to quit smoking but are struggling there is a Free Smoke Free Service in Doncaster.

 

You can arrange a call with one of their advisors who are able to answer any questions you may have on 0800 612 0011 (free from landlines) or 0330 660 1166. Information can also be found here

 

Monday: 8.30am-8pm

Tuesday: 8.30am-8pm

Wednesday: 8.30am-4.30pm

Thursday: 8.30am-8pm

Friday: 8.30am-8pm

Saturday: 8:30am-4.30pm

Sunday: CLOSED