The latest publication from the government regarding clinically extremely vulnerable patients states that the government will contact you about what you should be doing to minimise your risk of exposure … [continue] Lockdown information for Clinically Extremely Vulnerable Patients
Here is a copy of the Doncaster Carers latest newsletter.
Like today, sometimes our triage list reaches capacity very quickly, which is a combination of heavy winter demand, staff sickness/self-isolation and coronavirus pressures. Coronavirus affects us in primary care in … [continue] How Coronavirus affects our service.
Join Dementia Research is an organization that links up volunteers with the appropriate research opportunities which fit your profile. They are looking for volunteers, this can be anyone of any … [continue] Join Dementia Research call for volunteers
This Saturday (10th October) will see our first super Flu clinic. For those of you who have booked an appointment, please make sure you come on time, please don’t come … [continue] Super Saturday Flu Clinics
Do you suffer from a long-term health condition? we have offered several virtual support groups for you to join and share and support each other in managing them. There is … [continue] New format ‘Long term health conditions’ support group
Please watch this little video to explain how practices up and down the country are adapting their services to reduce the risk of catching or spreading Coronavirus so we all … [continue] How we are adapting services for your safety and ours
Coughs colds and sniffles are already circulating rapidly. Have a look at the BBC guide to help you decide if you have a cough or cold, or if it is … [continue] A Cold or Coronavirus??
As part of the South Doncaster Primary Care Network, you can find out what we’ve been involved with, in our latest newsletter. Primary Care Network South Doncaster August 2020 Newsletter
As part of the new way of working for Team Doncaster, the Inclusion & Fairness Forum has been tasked with producing a collective, overarching Equality, Diversity & Inclusion Statement to … [continue] Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Forum in Doncaster
Our Community Forum is a way to share your experience and knowledge and work with us to help improve the way health services are delivered for you, your family and … [continue] NEW! South Primary Care Network Community Forum
Although the weather may be warm at the moment, the flu season will soon be upon us, so we are preparing for vaccinations. Influenza is a virus that infects many … [continue] Flu season will soon be here!
Now that face masks are becoming a necessary part of our wardrobe when we are out and about, many companies are now advertising face masks for babies and young children. … [continue] Warning! Face masks for babies and children under 11
The latest message from Dr. Rebora about services at the practice.
We are not obliged to provide you with a letter exempting you from wearing a face mask due to certain health issues. This is because a letter is not needed. … [continue] Face Mask exemption letters
This link is a great little source of top tips for looking after your mental health during the Coronavirus outbreak and also shows contact information for help available in the … [continue] Mental Health Top tips and Self Help available in Doncaster
Well Doncaster host a Patient-led COPD support group. This is free to join; if you are interested click on the link below to join the Facebook/and or virtual group each … [continue] COPD Support group
Well Doncaster hosts a patient-led Fibromyalgia and chronic pain group, which is free to join. If you are interested click on the link below for their Facebook and/or online group. … [continue] Fibromyalgia and Chronic Pain group
Well Doncaster run a Diabetes support group, which is patient led. It’s free to join and is currently virtual. If you are interested then simply click the link below to … [continue] Diabetes Patient led group
Nearly four weeks on from the shocking killing of George Floyd, the consequences continue to reverberate around the world. Black Lives Matters protests in the UK have prompted widespread debate about our country’s imperial … [continue] Racism and intolerance statement
As we resume more and more services and the need to see patients face to face increases, we are requesting that patients bring their own mask or face covering, we … [continue] Face masks are essential for visiting the practice.
Sadly there are a lot of scammers out there, and during this difficult time they are preying on the most vulnerable as usual. Now the test and trace system is … [continue] Test and trace message – how do I know it’s not a scam?
We are still not carrying out routine B12 injections at the practice. Patients who require B12 injections will have been contacted by a clinician and offered an alternative medication where … [continue] B12 Injections
We have received reports of a scam, where someone is claiming to be one of the doctors from our practice and is calling to offer face mask packs for a … [continue] Face Mask Scam
Below you’ll find the link to the newsletter which tells you all about the things that have been going on in our area. Newsletter for Primary Care Network South Doncaster … [continue] Newsletter for our area
We have received reports today of a possible scam. Some women are being contacted by text message, claiming to be from the call and recall service to advise they are … [continue] Cervical smear spam messages
For ideas on how older people and those who are shielding can keep active during this lockdown period – here’s a handy downloadable booklet. active_at_home booklet Take Care and stay … [continue] Keep Moving during lockdown
Today (29th April 2020) the government extended the groups of people who are eligible for testing for the Coronavirus (Covid-19). The following groups of people are now eligible to be … [continue] Coronavirus (COVID-19) Testing
Parent_Guide_COVID-19_Web Click on the link above to find out some clear guidance on caring for sick children during the Coronavirus outbreak.
Watch the latest news from Dr. Rebora