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Contacting the Surgery

For the forseable future we are not accepting any online bookings for appointments.  All requests for medical advice, treatment, sick notes, GP letters and results should be made, where possibly by using an E-Consultation form.  We will respond to you by the end of the next working day.

For those of you requiring advice regarding Covd-19 we would ask that in the first instance you look at the following website which contains a lot of useful information

Denby Dale Surgery

Due to the current crisis our Denby Dale surgery will now not be open on a daily basis. As per national guidance we have implemented a total telephone triage system.  However if a Clinician feels that you need to be seen face to face following the telephone call and you can only get to Denby Dale we will make arrangements for you to be seen there.  Please note the post box will be checked once per day for prescription requests/letters.

Online Access

We are asking that all our patients make prescription requests online.  If you do not have a computer/smart phone you can give proxy access to a friend or relative who can order on your behalf.  Prescriptions will be sent electronically to the Pharmacy of your choice. 


Please only order your regular medication and do not stockpile.  This will create unnecessary shortages. 

Links to resources   Free to RCGP members: £55 for non-members.

Patient Privacy Notices

This Practice aims to provide you with the highest quality of Healthcare. To do this we must keep records about you, your health and the care we have provided or plan to provide. Click on the links below to view the Patient Privacy Notice and the Young Patient Privacy Notice.

Patient Privacy Notice    Young Patient Privacy Notice

CQC Report - Surgery Rated as Good in every area

Following the recent CQC Inspection the Surgery has been rated as Good in every area.  A copy of the report is available for you to read here   

CQC Inspection Report - September 2016

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