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Imperial Road SurgeryTel: 01629 583465
Ashover Medical CentreTel: 01246 590711
The following services are available - please ask at reception for details.
Anticoagulation ClinicChild Health and Vaccinations Well Baby Clinic Child Development Clinic Adult Vaccinations Family Planning Diabetic Clinic Hypertension Clinic Asthma Clinic Minor Surgery
We currently only vaccinate NHS approved travel vaccinations. For other chargeable travel vaccines you should seek from a travel clinic. A list of NHS vaccines is held at Reception or above under Non-NHS Services.NHS Foreign Travel
Non-registered patients can be seen privately by the Doctors at Group Surgery. If you would like a private appointment (minimum 30 minutes), please ask reception for details.
Certain services provided are not covered by the NHS and you will be asked to pay a fee for a non-NHS procedure. Please see the notice at the reception desk for a full list of fees or download it HERE.
Examples of services where you will be charged a fee include:
Please do not hesitate to ask if you have any queries about our fees.
NHS sick notes are only provided for Social Security reasons to cover absences of greater than 6 days off work. Self-certification forms should be used for situations where you have been off work for less than seven days.
Any sick notes can only be given if you have attended the surgery during the time of your illness.
NHS Choices Whitworth Hospital Whitworth Minor Injuries Unit Darley Maternity Unit Chesterfield Royal Hospital
Derbyshire County CCG Newholme Hospital Baslow Road Bakewell Derbyshire DE45 1AD
If you need to contact Social Services in Derbyshire, please use Call Derbyshire on 0845 605 8058 – 8am to 8pm Monday to Friday and 9.30am to 4pm Saturdays
Advocacy Services What is advocacy? Advocacy is about standing with someone and encouraging and supporting them to know what they want in their lives and what they want to say and to have that want voiced. Many people have family representatives but on occasions a patient may need someone independent to stand in their corner. That is what an advocate does. Should you need to access the advocacy service then please contact Peaks and Dales Advocacy by telephoning 01298 79539 or by e mail firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also click on the link below to access the website for further information: http://www.peaksanddalesadvocacy.org.uk/.
Health and Wellbeing Zone
The practice is delighted to see the arrival of a Health and Wellbeing Zone provided by Derbyshire County Council which we hope will improve access to information relating to council run services.
The Practice has Health and Wellbeing workers at the practice twice a week. If anyone is interested in accessing the services offered please speak to reception.