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Changes to Blue Dykes GP Team

Dr Matthew Wayman and Dr Clare Shell are stepping down from their positions at Royal Primary Care Blue Dykes on the 25th of May2018.

We have a team of three experienced GPs who will be continuing to provide the excellent patient focussed care Dr Wayman and Dr Shell have provided for many years.

Dr Shell and Dr Wayman will be working with the incoming clinical team to show how Blue Dykes works and hand over in a planned fashion. During this transition period some clinics may be temporarily moved to the Grassmoor Surgery.

For Dr Wayman it marks 20 years to the day since he started at Blue Dykes. He has made a tremendous contribution to the staff, patients and wider Clay Cross community. It also marks his retirement from medicine as he leaves to pursue other interests in life.

In recognition of his years of practice Dr Wayman will receive a Long Service Award from his Colleagues at Royal Primary Care and Chesterfield Royal Hospital.

For Dr Shell it marks nearly 10 years at Blue Dykes, during which time she has seen the practice through periods of great change and difficulty whilst continuing to provide a high quality service to her patients and their families. Dr Shell will be moving to a smaller practice closer to home.

We would like to thank both for their years of service, dedication to their patients and the wider Clay Cross community and wish them both well in the next phase of their lives.

The new clinical team, alongside Divisional Director Dr Peter Scriven and General Manager Jo Lacey, will be holding “Meet the Team” events at Clay Cross and Grassmoor Surgeries. The dates are yet to be confirmed, but check for announcements on social media, the practice website and via the PPG.

Royal Primary Care Blue Dykes is fully committed to providing primary care services
for the long term.


Going away for Easter? Order Medication Online


Easter’s nearly here, which for some of us might mean a much-needed break. Perhaps you’re even planning to get away for a few days?

If you are off on your travels, make sure you have enough medication before you head off. Even if you’re not off on holiday, remember that your pharmacy may not be open over the Easter bank holidays, so be sure to plan ahead.

The quickest and easiest way to request your repeat prescription is by using GP online services. GP online services let you order the medication you need at the click of a button, day or night, on your phone, tablet or laptop.

So that’s one thing you can tick off your ‘things to pack’ before your holiday.

If you’re not already registered to use GP online services, all you need to do is take a form of photo ID along to the practice to sign-up. It’s that simple!

You can also use GP online services to book an appointment with a GP or practice nurse and view some of your medical records.

You already manage the rest of your life online, so why not take the hassle out of managing your health too?

Find out more about GP online services on the NHS Choices website, or simply ask at reception for more details.





GP Earnings

All GP practices are required to declare the mean earnings (e.g. average pay) for GPs working to deliver NHS services to patients at each practice. The average pay for GPs working in Blue Dykes Surgery in the last financial year was £49,295 before tax and national insurance. This is for 2 full time GP, 1 part time GP and 2 locums who worked in the practice for more than six moths.

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Blood Pressure

Have you been asked to have your blood pressure taken? Why not use our self help room.

Dates and times are flexible; ask at reception.

Your results will be sent through to your doctor or nurse.

Summary Care Record

We (the NHS in England) are introducing a new electronic record called the Summary Care Record (SCR), which will be used to support your emergency care.

This is being introduced to improve the safety and quality of patient care. It will give healthcare staff faster, easier access to essential information about you, to help provide you with safe treatment when you need care in an emergency or when your GP practice is closed.

We are telling you before a Summary Care Record will be made for you so that you have time to think about your choices. You will receive a letter informing you about the creation of the Summary Care Record. 

You can choose to have a Summary Care Record:
You do not need to do anything, this will happen automatically.

You can choose not to have a Summary Care Record:
You need to let your GP practice know by filling in and returning an opt-out form that you receive with your letter. 

For more information about Summary Care Records and your choices visit www.nhscarerecords.nhs.uk.

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