Out of Hours
Pre Bookable Appointments
Patients can book an appointment either online or by calling 01302 342832
The Practice Nurses can help you with a range of issues from health management to vaccinations. Appointments can be booked by calling the surgery
Health Care Assistants
Appointment can be booked online or over the telephone by calling 01302 342832
Online Services Patients can book appointments online
Prescriptions – How to order
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.
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.
If a stamped addressed envelope is supplied your prescription can be returned via Royal Mail.
Email your requests to the practice DONCCG.KingthorneGP@nhs.net
Electronic Prescription Service (EPS)
You can sign up for EPS at your local chemist so once you have ordered your prescription it will be sent electronically to the chemist of your choice.
We offer a full family planning service providing advice on forms of contraceptives including:
- Combined oral contraceptive tablet
- Progestogen only tablet
- Injectable contraception
- Copper coils
- Intra-uterine devices
- Missed pills
- Condom failures
- Emergency contraception
- Sexual health
Please contact the surgery or make an appointment online if you wish to discuss this further
Women trying to conceive need to take 400 microgram's daily of folic acid for three months prior to and three months after conception. If you are diabetic, you take anticoagulants or have previously given birth to a baby with spina bifida the dose is 5 milligram per day (available at supermarkets and over the chemist counter). We usually book our patients at the Women’s hospital in Doncaster under the local Consultant. The Midwives provide all routine antenatal care but we see appropriate cases as required.
Pregnant women can receive vitamin supplements free of charge by joining the health start scheme here This website advises on vitamin supplements for both you and your child and is a very useful source of information. If you prefer to obtain prescriptions for these vitamins from the Practice, please contact the surgery so this can be organised.
If you are taking any other medications and become pregnant please contact the practice to speak with the Pharmacist.
Pregnancy, Baby and Child Health App
The link below takes you to a free app which guides parents through pregnancy and the first 6 months following baby's birth and contains useful information about the screening programs before and after baby’s birth.
Whooping Cough Vaccination.
This vaccination is provided at the surgery after you reach 22 weeks of pregnancy and the flu vaccine at any point in your pregnancy (if it falls within the flu season 1st october -31st January). More information can be found here.