Welcome to Walderslade Surgery!

Under the Health and Social Care Act 2008 every registered provider must have a Statement of Purpose. A Statement of Purpose is a document which includes a standard required set of information about a service. Please use this link to read our Statement of Purpose.

Surgery Closed for Staff Training

Due to staff training the surgery will be closed
from 1pm on Thursday 13th June
until 8am on Friday 14th June
All telephone calls will be redirected to the out of hours service.
Click here to view all the closure dates for 2019

Accessible Information Standard

Accessible Information StandardThe Accessible Information Standard is a new law (2016) to make sure that people who have a disability, impairment or sensory loss are given information they can easily read or understand.

Individuals most likely to be affected by the Standard include people who are blind or deaf, who have some hearing and/or visual loss, and people with a learning disability. However, this list is not exhaustive.

If you feel that this applies to you or someone in your care, please inform a member of staff, we will then do our best to meet these needs. You need to help us make sure we get things right for you.

You can find more information about the Accessible Information Standard on the NHS England website: www.england.nhs.uk/accessibleinfo.

iHeartBarnsley

i-HEART Barnsley 365

i-HEART Barnsley is a free service available to anyone registered with a Barnsley GP.

The service provides same day appointments with a GP or Advanced Practitioner during evenings, weekends and Bank Holidays, which are available in locations throughout Barnsley.

For more information, please click on the poster, and/or visit www.iheartbarnsley.org.uk.

DON'T WAIT FOR A DOCTOR'S APPOINTMENT
Go straight to your pharmacy

Barnsley GPs and pharmacies are offering a new service which gives you more choice and easier access when it comes to treating minor illnesses and ailments. The service is called Pharmacyfirst and means that you can get advice and/or medicines for common less serious illnesses from your local pharmacy, without having to make an appointment with your GP.

If you don't normally pay NHS prescription charges, then any medicines supplied under the Pharmacyfirst scheme will be FREE. If you do pay for your prescriptions, then the cost of the medicines should be much less that the prescription charge and you get the same great advice from your pharmacist. Your pharmacist is a qualified health care professional who can help with your health problems. The pharmacist will offer you a private space to talk to you about your symptoms.

The following conditions are currently covered by the scheme: Allergies; Athlete's foot; Blocked nose; Cold sores; Conjunctivitis; Constipation; Cough; Dermatitis; Diarrhoea; Earache; Eczema; Ear wax; Haemorrhoids; Hay fever; Headache; Head lice; Heartburn; Indigestion; Infant colic; Mouth ulcers; Nappy rash; Oral thrush; Pain; Scabies; Sore throat; Teething; Threadworms; Vaginal thrush; Verrucae; Warts.

For the list of participating pharmacies please click on the following link: http://www.barnsleyccg.nhs.uk/patient-help/pharmacy-first.htm

Prescriptions - Important Notice

No more telephone requests for prescriptions will be taken after Monday 5th November 2012. Requests must be in writing.
Please click here for full details »

OPEN Membership Scheme

The Public & Patient Engagement Team (PPE) of Barnsley CCG are ensuring public & patient engagement is at the heart of its activities, and should be embedded within the culture of NHS Barnsley and views of all patients, members of the public and service users are equally valued.

Please click here to find out
more about becoming an
"OPEN member" »

Walderslade approved as a research practice

At Walderslade surgery we recognise the importance and value of research for improving patient's health. We have recently been approved by the RCGP as a research practice. From time to time some patients may be contacted by us to take part in a research project relating to a particular health condition they may have. All studies use anonymised data, are optional, and no costs will be incurred by the patient.