Appointments

Please call the surgery on

01226 759622
01709 763400

Or book online at

www.emisaccess.co.uk

Garland House Surgery

1 Church Street, Darfield,
Barnsley S73 9JX
01226 759622
Mon8:00am-6:00pm
Tue7:30am-6:00pm
Wed7:30am-6:00pm
Thu8:00am-6:00pm
Fri7:30am-6:00pm

Woodgrove Surgery

2 Doncaster Road, Wath upon Dearne, Rotherham S63 7AL
01709 763400
Mon8:00am-6:00pm
Tue7:30am-1:00pm
Wed7:30am-6:00pm
Thu8:00am-1:00pm
Fri7:30am-6:00pm

Our Services

We have a whole range of specialist clinics to ensure that you get the best care closest to home.

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Appointments

Making an Appointment

To make an appointment simply phone the surgery:

Garland House Surgery 01226 759622
Woodgrove Surgery 01709 763400

Because we have many different types of appointment available with the doctors and nurses, the receptionist will ask the nature of your problem so that they can make sure they book the right appointment for you.

Booking Online

A selection of appointments are also available for booking online. If you are interested in using this service please ask the receptionist for more details. You will be provided with the appropriate access codes and password after which you may follow this link to book your appointment online:

Login to EMIS to book an appointment online

Please note that use of this service is monitored. Anyone abusing the system or failing to cancel / not attending appointments booked on line may be suspended from using the service.

Please do not use this service if your symptoms are severe and you think you may need urgent medical attention; if this is the case please telephone the surgery for advice.

Telephone Consultations

We offer some telephone consultations for the discussion of the results of some tests. The doctor may also ask you to make a telephone consultation as a follow up to a consultation.

Nurse Appointments

Nurse appointments are all bookable in advance (not online).

Home Visits

Home visits are made daily to those patients the doctor feels are too ill or too immobile to come to the surgery. If you require a non urgent home visit please phone before 10am. When requesting a visit be prepared to give the receptionist some information (describe your symptoms) as this will help the doctor to decide whether a home visit is necessary and to establish the urgency of your call.

Please remember that the doctor can see several people at the surgery in the time it takes to drive to a patient's home. Also, when visiting people at home, the doctor does not have the facilities which the surgery provides. Nevertheless, home visits are an important part of the health service and you should feel you can ask for a doctor's visit if you feel you need one.

Choice of Practitioner

Patients are registered with the practice rather than individual GPs. However patients may request to be seen by a practitioner of their choice. Where a patient wishes to exercise this right, the patient may have to wait longer to see their preferred practitioner. The patient may be asked to accept an alternative if, for example, a service required is delivered by another professional member of the practice.

Wheelchair Access

Wheelchair access is available to all rooms on the ground floor. A toilet with disabled access is also provided. There is lift access to the second floor.

Languages

There is a translation service available for various languages. Please contact the practice on 01226 759622 or 01709 763400 to make arrangements.