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Dr Duggleby & PartnersStokesley Health CentreNorth RoadStokesleyNorth Yorkshire, TS9 5DYTel: 01642 710748
We offer a range of NHS GP Services as part of Hambleton, Richmondshire and Whitby Clinical Commissioning Group which is based at Civic Centre, Stone Cross Northallerton, North Yorkshire DL6 2UU. Tel: 01845 573956. If we are unable to provide a specific service please bring this to our attention or alternatively you make wish to contact the CCG on the above number.
Our doctors and nurses offer contraceptive advice and care. Dr Parker performs coil fitting. Telephone the surgery for more details.
We now have a walk in service starting here at the surgery on the 5th April 2018. These clinics will be held every Thursday between 4pm-6pm. No appointment is needed. The clinic will offer a range of sexual health services including STI & HIV tests and treatments, contraception such as Depo injections and Implants (excluding coils and smears) free condoms and counselling and guidance on sexual health.
You can visit online at www.yorsexualhealth.org.uk for more information.
This service is provide by our practice nurse team. You are unable to book these appointments online at present. Please contact the surgery by telephone between the hours of 8.30am and 18.00pm to arrange an appointment.
The practice offers minor surgery appointments and cryosurgery clinics (i.e. the controlled destruction of unwanted tissues moles, warts, skin tags etc by the application of extreme cold.)
Appointments for these clinics or further information speak to the reception staff who will either book you an appointment for the necessary clinic or make you an appointment with one of our health care professionals to discuss your options.
The practice nurses offer a full vaccination and immunisation service both to children and adults.
Two of our practice nurses are experienced in travel vaccination and advice. If you wish to book an appointment for this service please speak to the reception staff. In order to provide the best possible service you will be required to complete a questionnaire prior to your appointment with the nurse which should be no later than 4 weeks before you travel. Due to recent changes to government legislation on travel vaccine there could be a charge – please refer to our news article.
The surgery is a registered yellow fever centre (fee payable).
Warfarin and Near Patient Testing advice and monitoring assistance is available.
What you have to do
NOTE: if your trip is deemed to be outside of our area of expertise, or we have not been given sufficient time to prepare for your travel or give vaccines in a timely fashion we will advise you to contact a local dedicated Travel Vaccination Clinic. These can be found on the internet under Travel Clinics.
Travel related internet sites for additional information:
National Travel Health Network and Centre – www.nathnac.org
Medical Advice Service for Travellers Abroad – www.masta.org
Department of Health – www.dh.gov.uk/PolicyAndGuidance/HealthAdviceToTravellers/fs/en
Foreign and Commonwealth Office – www.fco.gov.uk/travel
The following vaccines are funded on the NHS:
The following vaccines are NOT funded on the NHS
Malaria prophylaxis -no longer requires a private prescription and other anti-malarials are available over pharmacy counters.
Ciprofloxacin requires a private prescription for which we will charge a “prescribing fee” of £25.00.
* We reserve the right to vary the fee according to the cost of the vaccines.
Extended Periods Abroad
The NHS accepts responsibility for supplying ongoing medication for temporary periods abroad up to 3 months. For longer periods a person’s NHS entitlement is a sufficient supply of regular medication to get to the destination and find an alternative supply of that medication.
Medicines in anticipation of onset of ailment/illness
Medicines which are required solely in anticipation of the onset of an ailment while outside the UK but for which treatment is not required when the medicine is prescribed are not available on the NHS. These
require a private prescription for which we will charge a “prescribing fee” of £25.00.
Some services provided are not covered under our contract with the NHS and therefore attract charges. Examples include the following:
The fees charged are based on the British Medical Association (BMA) suggested scales and our reception staff will be happy to advise you about them along with appointment availability.
We encourage patients to register for online services to access their results, if needing to phone for results at least allow 48 hours for your results to be actioned. Please phone after 10am for your results.
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