Thornbrook Surgery is closed from 12:30pm on Wed' 13th February, for our monthly training.
If your call is urgent please call 111.
We shall open again on Thursday 14th February.
Please only use 'askmygp' if you are wanting a GP appointment.
We will endeavour to reply as soon as possible; this may take up to 2 working days.
Improving Patient Access
As part of a national initiative, patients will be able to access GP and Nurse appointments up till 8pm on weekdays and on Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holiday mornings, at practices across Buxton and High Peak.
Appointments at Thornbrook Surgery will be available every Monday evening, and appointments will also be available to our patients on other weekday evenings elsewhere (details below) and on weekends in either Buxton or New Mills.
Mondays from 6pm – 8pm at Arden House Surgery (New Mills) and Thornbrook Surgery (Chapel)
Tuesdays from 6pm – 8pm at Buxton Medical Practice (Buxton) and Goyt Valley Medical Practice (Whaley Bridge)
Wednesdays from 6pm – 8pm at Elmwood Medical Centre (Buxton) and Sett Valley Medical Centre (New Mills)
Thursdays from 6pm – 8pm at Stewart Medical Centre
Fridays from 6pm – 8pm will be offered between the practices listed above on a rotation basis. Please check our website or call the surgery for information on which surgery is on duty.
For further information about who is open on what night see the below link to the North Derbyshire Federation's website page:
Free, confidential, impartial & independent advice for all
A child is defined as a person who has not yet reached their 18th Birthday.
Child Maltreatment can involve:
- Physical Abuse
- Emotional Abuse
- Sexual Abuse - including child sexual exploitation
Health Care Staff and General Public - To report
concerns you should call
Call Derbyshire (Social Care) - Tel: 0845 6058058 (24 hours)
Police non-emergency - Tel 101
Police Emergency: Tel 999
Consult with your pharmacy team
Healthcare experts who can give you clinical advice
about all sorts of illnesses.
New online support for people with Type 1 diabetes
A new online resource for people with a new diagnosis of Type 1 diabetes is now live.
It can be hard for those newly diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes to know which websites to trust, so NHS England has made it easier by collecting all the useful NHS-trusted links in one place on the nhs.uk website.
Leaving school or college?
Don't ignore the signs!
Getting the MenACWY vaccine from your GP practice and knowing the symptons of meningitis could save your life!
Derbyshire Dementia Services
Patients over the age of 55 years, can self-refer.
Chesterfield: 01246 514 403
Quality Teaching Practice
We are delighted to have been involved in the Medical Undergraduate Teaching Programme for a further year with the University of Manchester!
‘HANDi’ is a new paediatric app that has been launched for Derbyshire families, parents and carers to provide advice and support if their children have symptoms of common childhood illnesses.
The ‘HANDi’ App has been designed using the latest NICE and RCPCH Guidelines plus clinical knowledge and aims to empower parents/carers with knowledge to recognise when their child is unwell but can be looked after at home or when they need to see a GP or go to A&E.
HANDI App is now available to download for free. Download the HANDi App for Android phones at Google Play
Pregnant? Book Early!
‘Shingles' is a condition that is caused by the reactivation of the chickenpox vius. 90% of adults raised in the UK have had chickenpox, although not everyone may recall having it. If you have had chickpox then you are at risk of developing shingles.
Who can have a free shingles vaccination?
The national shingles immisation programme is recommended for people aged 70 to 79.
Click on the below link for more information and to see if you are eligable:
If you are unhappy with the service we provide, please contact the Practice Manager: If you are happy with the service please leave a review with NHS Choices:
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Thank you for your patience.
With your help and by actively addressing these issues we can improve our care to you.
The Thornbrook Values
Thornbrook Surgery places patient care as its highest priority.
To promote this aim we have developed the Thornbrook Values.
Our aim is to apply the Thornbrook Values to each action we carry out every day.
Our values are what make us different.
We hope you enjoy having a look around the site and familiarising yourself with some of the online features such as ordering a repeat prescription. Whatever your thoughts, be sure to let us know via our feedback function. Comments and suggestions are always a great way of helping us continue to enhance the way we look after you.
If you need any interpreting or translation of our service, we will be able to assist through the organisation Capita Translation & Interpreting .
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(Site updated 13/02/2019)