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Missed Hospital Appointments Survey ( posted on Nov 8, 2017 )


Healthwatch Doncaster has commenced a joint campaign into missed hospital appointments and has launched an online survey.


You can help Healthwatch Doncaster by following this link to the short survey and completing it. Thanks for your support.

First Aid Courses for Carers ( posted on Sep 12, 2017 )


Doncaster Council is running First Aid courses for people with carer responsibilities.


For more information view their Poster here.

Shingles Vaccination ( posted on Sep 4, 2017 )


Shingles, also known as herpes zoster, is an infection of a nerve and the skin around it. It's caused by the varicella-zoster virus, which also causes chickenpox.


It's estimated around one in every four people will have at least one episode of shingles during their life.


An NHS vaccine to prevent shingles is available for people in their 70’s. See our poster to see if you are eligible for the vaccine.


Download poster here.


Seasonal Flu 2017 ( posted on Sep 4, 2017 )


This leaflet explains how patients can help protect themselves and their children against flu this coming winter. It includes information for children and pregnant women, and explains why it’s very important that people at increased risk from flu or who care for someone vulnerable to have their free vaccination every year.


Download the leaflet here.

MERGER APPROVED ( posted on Aug 15, 2017 )


We are delighted to announce the approval of the proposed merger between The Mayflower Medical Practice and The Oakwood Surgery.  We are working towards a completion date of 12th March 2018.


Read our patient notice for more information.

FLU CLINICS ( posted on Aug 15, 2017 )


 Flu clinics are being made available in accordance with demand.  Please contact reception for availability.


Patients can phone reception to book an appointment.  Please enquire with the receptionist if you are not sure if you are eligible.


Please support your GP Practice by having your flu vaccination done here at The Mayflower Medical Practice.  This generates funds that can be put back into the Practice for the benefit of our patients.  Thank you for your support.

Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Screening ( posted on Jul 13, 2017 )


Men aged 65 and over are most at risk of Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm (AAA). The NHS AAA Screening Programme invites men in England for screening during the year they turn 65. Men over 65 can contact the programme to arrange to be screened.
Research shows screening should prevent around 2,000 premature deaths from ruptured AAA every year through early detection, appropriate monitoring and treatment.


Click here for a short aid in deciding whether you want to get screened for Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm.

Meningitis Update ( posted on Jul 13, 2017 )


GP Practices are now inviting teenagers born between 01/09/1998-31/08/1999 as they are now eligible for urgent catch-up with Meningitits A,C,W and Y vaccination. Meningitis W disease continues to increase overall. Around a third of Meningitis W cases in unvaccinated 15-19 year olds have been fatal. There have, however, been no cases in teenagers vaccinated under the current programme.


Download Public Health England Flyer here.

Healthwatch Doncaster ( posted on Apr 13, 2017 )


Healthwatch Doncaster has been asked to support local conversations with local people about the South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw Sustainability and Transformation Plan (STP)

Please see the link for more information on ‘STP’.

Healthwatch Doncaster have been delivering conversation opportunities and focus groups through outreach sessions in the community and engaging with seldom-heard groups.


Visit their website for more information here.

The Herbert Protocol ( posted on Jan 19, 2017 )


Nottinghamshire Police have adopted a protocol to assist in the search of missing persons with Dementia related illnesses.   The Herbert Protocol is a system to help locate people with Dementia related illnesses, in the event that they are reported missing.

It involves completing a form which can be found on their website https://www.nottinghamshire.police.uk/advice/missing

Families and carers are encouraged to complete it as thoroughly as possible and include vital details such as places of interest or significance, daily routines, medications required and a recent photograph.

Once completed, print the form off and keep it somewhere which is safe and easily accessible and in the event that someone goes missing, the form can then quickly be handed to the police.

For more information download presentation here.

Sleep Clinics for Children 2017 ( posted on Nov 29, 2016 )


The Children's Sleep Charity have issued the dates of their Sleep Clinics for 2017 for the Doncaster area.


Download the posters below for the latest details of the dates and venues available and contact details to book into clinics.



October - December 2017

Respect Yourself Doncaster ( posted on Sep 28, 2016 )


Respect Yourself Doncaster is a new website launched by Public Health for young people aged 13 and older. It has been created to engage with young people on issues around sex and relationships.


For more information visit www.respectyourself.info/doncaster


Download their promotional items below:






Follow the Public Health Twitter/Facebook to see the short (and funny!) video animation that was released on 12th September 2016, and like/share whenever you can.


Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust ( posted on Jul 21, 2016 )


Find out what Jo's Cervical Cancer Trust is all about and how they raise awareness for this disease.


Click here to visit their website.


You will find information on cervical cancer and cervical screening, as well as details of events and information on how to help raise money to support the trust.

Show the Red Card to Medicines Waste ( posted on Mar 29, 2016 )


We hope that by dialling in to flag up that your pills and potions are piling up, you can help us cut the estimated £2 million a year it costs the NHS in Doncaster to pay for unwanted repeat prescriptions.


If your repeat prescriptions are piling up and you don’t know what to do to stop them, simply ring our Medline on 01302 566074, leave your contact details and we will be in touch to help you.


You can also let your pharmacist or GP know that you have more medication than you need. By doing so, you could save your NHS valuable money that can be spent on local health services.


The campaign is backed by Doncaster’s Local Pharmacy Committee, which represents the area’s pharmacies. Secretary Nick Hunter said: "Pharmacists spend five years studying at university about medicines and are experts, so patients with queries about the medicines, such as how they work and how to get the most from them should talk to their pharmacist first."


Prescription medicines currently cost the NHS in Doncaster around £60 million a year. We ran an anonymous online survey last year to gather some local insight into this important issue. Nearly 30 per cent of those who responded said they had prescription medicines they no longer needed or used.


View the CCG newsletter for more information.


Lung Cancer ( posted on Mar 15, 2016 )


Public Health are currently supporting health promotion information around Lung Cancer.

Please download their easy read leaflet here.

Choose Well Doncaster - app ( posted on Feb 25, 2016 )


‘Choose Well Doncaster’ is a handy and easy-to-use app for iPhone, which gives local people advice when it’s best to use health services and where they can find them.

With a few finger-prods and thumb-swipes, you can get information and directions to your local pharmacy, GP surgery, dentist, sexual health clinic, minor injuries unit or A&E.


The app also includes a notes and reminder function to alert the user of any upcoming health appointments, keeping all of your health information in one, handy, pocket-sized place.

Choose Well Doncaster is now available on the App Store http://tinyurl.com/doncasterapp as a free download and is currently only available on iPhone.

Doncaster Housing For Young People ( posted on Feb 16, 2016 )

DHYP’s aim is to support young people who come to them for their services, and recognise that there are many reasons why an individual may need help.


To support young people ages 16-25 that are living in poverty or are inadequately housed, they offer services such as:

Assistance to find, set up and maintain your accommodation
Budgeting and dealing with your finances
Benefits advice/information
Advocacy (Representing you)
Referrals to other agencies for advice and support



For more information visit http://www.dhyp.org.uk/


16 Cancers Campaign ( posted on Feb 3, 2016 )


In February 2016, Breathe2025 in association with Cancer Research UK and the Yorkshire and the Humber Cancer Strategic Clinical Network, is launching a new campaign to raise awareness of the 16 different types of cancer caused by smoking to encourage the 848,251 smokers in the Yorkshire and the Humber to quit.  


Visit http://www.quit16.co.uk/ to find details of support, or ask your local health professional for help.

Be Breast Aware ( posted on Nov 17, 2015 )


The CCG has created a short promotional video for the ‘Be Breast Aware. Pass it On’ awareness campaign which is currently running in the borough. Featuring Dr Pat Barbour and Doncaster Councillor Pat Knight, the short film asks local people to be aware of the signs and symptoms of breast cancer and how to access appropriate treatment.


View the video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=183c3Q_k5QU 


Help us spread this worthwhile message.

Doncaster Same Day Health Centre ( posted on Oct 22, 2015 )

As from 1st October 2015 the 8am to 8pm Health Centre based at the Flying Scotsman moved to Cavendish Court, South Parade, Doncaster and will be known as the Same Day Health Centre.


This revised service will continue to operate the same opening hours as it did at the previous location and is available for the treatment of minor illnesses and injuries.

Alongside the name change, The Same Day Health Centre will have a new telephone number, 0300 123 3103 (local charge rate), and all attendees must book an appointment first.

The Same Day Centre offers on-site parking and there are also local bus links, serving the 25, 29, 55, 57 and 99 lines.

The Flying Scotsman Practice will remain open as a GP practice and all those registered there with a GP will continue to receive healthcare at this location and will not be affected by the change.


For more information visit http://www.doncasterccg.nhs.uk/your-care/doncaster-same-day-health-centre/


To view a Question and Answer Sheet, click here.

Named Accountable GP ( posted on Oct 21, 2015 )

All Patients who register at the GP practice will be allocated a named accountable GP.


The named accountable GP's role is largely to oversee requirements that are being introduced to reassure patients they have one GP within the practice who is responsible for ensuring that this work is carried out on their behalf.


Patients are entitled to choose to see any GP or nurse in the practice, you do not need to see your named accountable GP.


When you contact the practice please ask a member of staff who your named accountable GP is so we can fulfil the criteria set out by NHS England.

Marie Curie ( posted on Oct 15, 2015 )

Marie Curie Nurses work through the night to care for people with a terminal illness in their homes. Nursing is at the heart of what they do and they aim to increase the number of people they care for through their hospice and nursing services.


Marie Curie have launched a number of free services that will be able to reach more people. This includes the Marie Curie Support Line, Marie Curie Community and a range of practical information on their website.


Visit their website here for more information.

Or call their support line on 0800 090 2309

Organ & Blood Donation Website ( posted on May 26, 2015 )

Registration for organ and blood donation


It is now very simple for patients to self-register on the NHS Blood and Transplant website http://www.nhsbt.nhs.uk/ and by doing so they have a greater choice and options.

If patients prefer to talk to someone to register they can telephone the NHS Blood and Transport helpdesk on 0300 123 2323.

PATIENT ACCESS TO ONLINE SERVICES ( posted on Mar 30, 2015 )

Patient Access to Online Services

To access your local GP services online you need to first register for the service. To do this you must bring photo identification into the practice and speak to one of our dispensers or receptionists. They will provide you with a secure password and login and instructions on how to use the service.


The Online Services are accessed via this website or at https://systmonline.tpp-uk.com and include:

  • Ordering repeat prescriptions so they are ready to pick up
  • Booking some appointments online without having to phone
  • Cancelling appointments
  • Accessing your own summary care record securely online

Accessing Summary Care Records

From the 1st April 2015 patients will have the ability to access their summary care record. The summary care record will include a summary of information relating to medications, allergies and adverse reactions. As well as viewing this information there will be the facility to download and print it.

To access your summary care record you must register for this service at the practice as explained above.

Supporting People Through Dementia ( posted on Dec 17, 2014 )

Can you help Relate promote the free 'Supporting People Through Dementia' project? Funding was received from DMBC's Innovation Fund to provide free counselling to help people in Doncaster who are living with, or are/ have been caring for a loved one with Dementia.


Face-to-face counselling as well as Telephone counselling can be provided for individuals, couples or groups. Face-to-face counselling takes place at Premier House, Carolina Court, Lakeside, Doncaster, DN4 5RA. Alternatively it can arranged for a counsellor to visit your local GP.


To book a session call on: 01302 380280


Download their documents:

Macmillan Cancer Support Programme ( posted on Dec 9, 2014 )

Meeting New Horizons are excited to be working in partnership with Macmillan Cancer Support and the Living Well Centre to deliver a programme of community based servises for cancer survivors (those diagnosed and living with cancer) throughout the Doncaster MBC area


The support programme is composed of 2 schemes:

  • The Macmillan Benefits Advise and Advocacy Service
  • The Macmillan Community Support Service

If you would like further information, please get in touch with them on 01302 802005.


Download the poster here



ORCHID Fighting Male Cancer ( posted on Oct 23, 2014 )




ORCHID is recognised as the UK's leading charity working in the area of male-specific cancers. Established in 1996 the charity provides support to people affected by or interested in these cancers through funding a world-class research programme, awareness and education campaign and a range of vital support services. All these services are free of charge.


National Male Cancer Helpline Freephone: 0808 802 0010 


Email: helpline@orchid-cancer.org.uk


Download the poster


My Cancer Treatment - NEW INTERACTIVE WEBSITE ( posted on Sep 25, 2014 )

A new interactive website has been launched to help patients make informed decisions about where to access cancer services.




In collaberation with NHS England and Macmillan Cancer Support, My Cancer Treatment shows where NHS services are available in England, for both common and rarer cancers. The website is updated monthly and includes information on 2,200 clinical services - such as waiting times, patient experience survey results and national benchmarking.


Download My Cancer Treatment Poster


Download My Cancer Treatment Leaflet

Choose Well - your guide to choosing the right service ( posted on Feb 27, 2014 )

Choose Well


Your guide to choosing the right NHS service if you become ill or injured.


Download the Choose Well leaflet here


Why Choose Well?

The leaflet will help you decide if you need medical attention if you get sick. It explains what each NHS service does, and when it should be used.


Choosing well means you will get the right treatment. It also allows busy NHS services to help the people who need them most. 


For more information on NHS services visit www.nhs.uk

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