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A new appointment system is starting Monday 29th April 2019. Please look at the appointment section for more details.


Dinnington, Anston and Woodsetts Surgeries will be closed On Thursday 15th August 2019 from 12 Noon until Friday morning.

There will be no Anston Drop in clinic on the 15th August please use Dinnington Surgery drop in clinic 0830-1000.If you need advice that cannot wait until Friday morning please dial 111

Dinnington, Anston and Woodsettes surgeries will be closed on Bank Holidays. 

If you need advice that cannot wait until Friday morning please dial 111

Online Services

For information on how to access your coded medical records please refer to the section headed Online Services under Further Information.



Please refer to Latest News.




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Evening and Weekend Appointments

You can now book evening and weekend appointments at 4 hubs based across Rotherham

The appointments are routine which means they must be booked in advance and are not for urgent problems.  You can book an appointment by contacting your usual GP Practice where you are registered, they will have access to all the available appointments .  

The hubs will have appointments with any one or more of the following clinicians. GP, Advanced Nurse Practitioner, Practice Nurse and Health Care Assistant.  The receptionist at your GP Practice will help to direct you to the right appointment type.  

The Hub Surgeries are held at the following times and locations:

Dinnington Surgery – (New Street, Dinnington, S25 2EZ)

-Saturday Mornings (8am – 12 noon)


Broom Lane Surgery – (Broom Ln, Rotherham S60 3EW)

-Weekday Evenings (6.30pm – 8pm)

-Saturday Mornings (8am – 12 noon)

-Sunday Mornings (8am – 12 noon)


Kimberworth Park Surgery – (Langdon Rd, Rotherham S61 3QH)

-Saturday Mornings (8am – 12 noon)


Dalton Surgery – (Saville St, Dalton, Rotherham S65 3HD)

-Monday Evenings (6.30pm – 8pm)

-Saturday Mornings (9am – 1pm)




Please refer to the National Diabetes Audit page under further information. 


As from 1st February 2017, if we have your mobile phone number on our records we will send you a text reminder of your upcoming appointment. From this message you will also be able to cancel your appointment by replying to the text.

For more details please look at the attatchment that can be found in our appointment section.


From April 2017 the way you order your repeat prescription is changing. 

From April your pharmacy will no longer be able to order your repeat prescriptions on your behalf.  You (or your carer/nominated family member/friend) will have to order your repeat prescription directly from the GP Practice

You can still have repeat prescription requests sent to a pharmacy of your choice and your pharmacy will still be able to deliver prescriptions to your home if required.  Pharmacies can continue to collect prescriptions from the GP Practice.

We are working with NHS Rotherham Clinical Commissioning Group to ensure the changes have minimal impact on our patients.  There are a number of ways you can order your repeat prescription:

1.  Complete the tear off slip to the right of your repeat prescription and hand it to reception at your registered practice.

2.  Online (please remember you will need to sign up at Reception before using online services)

3.  Post your repeat prescription request to your registered practice.  

If you have any concerns regarding this change please speak to a Receptionist.

Below is a leaflet with additional information.

Repeat Prescriptions


Practice Information Leaflet 2017




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