We are a friendly, enthusiastic and innovative practice , currently building a team of trainers with the aim of becoming a multi trainee practice . All our doctors are involved in daily debriefs and day to day support of trainees.
Our current list size is 15, 700 with a varied and interesting practice profile. We work in modern , purpose built premises sited centrally in Chesterfield , with a large car park . On site services include a pharmacy and NHS services including podiatry, physiotherapy and sexual health and eye screening , all of which can provide learning opportunities to trainees.
We have an excellent practice nursing team , district nursing team , midwifery and health visitor team on site .
We have a high prevalence of chronic disease and our hard work throughout the year is reflected in our high QOF achievement. We continue to strive to provide high quality , continuity of care to our patients . We recognise the importance of team work and communication , crucial for a large team in a large building . There are daily doctor meet ups for coffee after surgery to discuss day to day issues and allocate visits and weekly meetings which rotate through practice , business and financial issues . As well as this there are monthly Quest sessions , protected half day training, for all members of staff.
Our Practice Manager, Stephanie Haslam and assistant manager Linda Clarke are available to answer any questions you may have.
Address and contact details:
Whittington Moor Surgery
Practice Manager: Val Johnson
Telephone: 01246 456938
Fax: 01246 454669
Dr Elizabeth Church
Dr Ruth Dils
Dr Katy Stoodley
Dr Rebecca Taylor
Whittington Moor Surgery has approximately 7,500 patients. We are on the north side of Chesterfield, with 90% of our patients within a 2 mile radius.
We have a small number of patients in the nearby villages of Barlow and Cutthorpe.
We have six partners, 1 full time and 5 part time, two salaried doctors and up to 3 registrars.
We take medical students from Sheffield University.
Our principal aim is to provide healthcare to a standard we ourselves would wish to receive.
The practice has an excelling Primary Health Care Team including Practice Nurses and Health Care Assistant/Phlebotomist.
Our health visitors, community matron and district nurses are based at the surgery.
We also have the following clinics/services:
- Counselling through the Improving Access to Psychological Therapies programme
- Pharmacy run Substance Misuse and Warfarin clinics
- Citizens Advice Bureau weekly sessions
- Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm screening
The team is supported by our experience team of administrative staff. The team meets regularly and has a proactive approach to improving patient care.
We work in a positive and friendly atmosphere there are opportunities to meet with colleagues and clinical staff several times a day. We hold daily debrief sessions and weekly tutorials.
A range of GP and Practice Nurse appointments are offered (on the day and pre-bookable).
We also have daily telephone appointments available with doctors.
Patients can book face to face, on the telephone or on-line.
We are open from 8.00am - 6.30pm Monday to Friday.
The practice offers extended hours to patients on a Wednesday morning from 7.00am - 8.00am and on one Saturday morning per month.
Our patient access figures for appointments is very good and we receive very good feedback from patient questionnaires. We also have a proactive Patient Participation Group.
Address and contact details:
Wingerworth Surgery, 1A Welbeck Drive, Wingerworth, Chesterfield S42 6SN
Telephone: 01246 276590
Dr S Chawla
Dr T George
Wingerworth Surgery is based in the heart of Wingerworth, Chesterfield and serves 4,500 patients. The practice has a small branch surgery in North Wingfield although currently registrars work only at our main site. We have 5 permanent GPs, two are Trainers (one is also a Programme Director and Associate Dean) and one has completed the Clinical Supervisor course and is qualified to perform assessments and debriefs with our Registrars.
The Practice has full Primary Health Care Team (Practice Nurses, Health Care Assistant and Phlebotomist, Pharmacist, Care Coordinator). Working very closely with the practice staff are the community staff, including District Nurses, Health Visitors and Midwife.
Practice is supported by our experienced team of administrative and reception staff.
The clinical team meet every Friday lunchtime for an in house “learning lunch” and we try to ensure education and good quality care go hand in hand in everything that we do.
As a team we like to put patients at the heart of what we do but also maintain a good work life balance because we know healthy, happy doctors make much more effective clinicians.
We offer an educational experience witch is tailored individually for each and every Registrar. We currently have one GPR at a time but following move to our new premises, early 2017 we will have 2 GPRs at a time. Registrars get at least a daily debrief, regular tutorials and time set aside for joint surgeries and video consulting.
Practice population is generally affluent, well-educated and receptive to preventative medicine and as a result, practice consistently achieves all targets. However, because patients are well educated, this does at times create high demand on our services.
It also means that by practising effectively, good quality consulting skills become second nature to all our GPs. We have a lot of elderly patients with complex medical needs and encourage GPRs to become involved with Community Support Team and virtual ward.
We also have a lot of young families and we feel there is a good mix of cases for GPRs to see.