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Welcome to Rosegarth & Siddal Surgeries

The Doctors and staff at Rosegarth & Siddal Group Practice are proud to offer the highest standard of patient-centred healthcare.  

This website provides many online facilities, including appointment booking, cancellation, and prescription ordering. It also contains a vast range of health information and resources, along with practical information on visiting the Practice. We hope you find the website useful and informative. 

Palliative Care Award

The practice gained a Training Practice status in August 2012 and an outstanding CQC status at our last inspection in April 2014. 

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On 29th September 2017 in London, we were presented with a National Gold Standards Award by Terry Kemple, the President of the Royal College of General Practitioners in recognition for our work in caring for patients who are approaching end of life.  The award is run by the national GSF Centre.

Announcement April 2018: You said... We did!

We appreciate your feedback and are constantly working to improve the service we offer you.   

You said... "The telephone message is too long".

We did... We hope you will be pleased to hear that we have now amended and shortened the telephone message when you call the Practice. 

You said... "There aren't enough appointments available to book online" 

We did... We are constantly reviewing our appointment book and as a result of your feedback will be releasing more online appointments. These will be available to book one month in advance and from Sunday evenings at 6pm for the coming week. We will also release extra appointments every evening at 6pm to book for the next day.

You said... "Would we consider getting some high seat chairs in our waiting rooms, that are easier for the elderly to raise up from?"

We did... In May 18 we purchased 2 high backed chairs for Rosegarth and 1 for Siddal, these are specialist made to support patients with restricted mobility.



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Patient Self Management and Referrals

Please also note that we have recently added a Patient Self-Referrals page to the website.

You can access this by clicking on the link in the Further Information section.

Please take a look to see if you may be able to avoid the need for an appointment by Self-Referral to the service you require.

Surgery Pod!

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The Surgery Pod, located in the Practice lobby, enables patients without clinical supervision, to perform their own checks such as blood pressure, weight, pulse, alcohol usage etc, which are then instantaneously updated into your patient records and can be immediately viewed by the doctors and nurses.

The Surgery Pod allows you to perform these simple checks at your own convenience, without making an appointment during our opening hours of 0800 - 1830 hours and therefore allows you to spend more high-value time with the doctor, nurse or other healthcare professional when necessary.

You may no longer need to arrange appointments or attend at inconvenient times for simple checks these can now be done at your convenience. You may wish to do your BP before you go in to see the doctor or nurse or you can come in any time to use it.

What you can do on the Surgery Pod:-

  • Take your blood pressure
  • Take your weight and calculate your BMI
  • Enter information regarding your lifestyle i.e. smoking, alcohol, exercise and diet
  • Carry out a series of stress and anxiety questionnaires

It is very simple to use for those that would like to use it and instructions are display at the pod. If you have difficulty you can ask a member of staff to help you.

If any of the information you have entered means you need to see a doctor then the pod will direct you to make an appointment at reception, which doesn't need to be on the same day as using the pod.

All this information is entered directly into your medical notes.

So in order to help your doctor and to keep an eye on your own health visit the pod today.



(Site updated 20/06/2018)
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