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NURSE PRACTITIONER


From September 2016, we will have a Nurse Practitioner seeing patients, as well as our GPs. Nurse Practitioners are practice nurses who have taken advanced training and further education to provide additional clinical services to patients which include providing health promotion and maintenance through the diagnosis and treatment of acute illnesses and chronic conditions.


As well seeing patients with every day illnesses, Nurse Practitioners (NPs) can manage a number of acute and long term medical conditions within their advanced training, through a patient’s history and physical examination. They can order diagnostic tests when necessary. Nurse Practitioners are also able to prescribe medication and make referrals, when needed.


However, if you are pregnant or need advice regarding a child under 2yrs old, please make an appointment with a GP rather than the Nurse Practitioner. Also some cases of abdominal pain can be more complex so an appointment with a GP would be advisable.


We are trying to ensure that patients see the correct clinician for their medical need, therefore, we may need to ask you the reason for your request for an appointment. If you prefer not to say, your wishes will be respected.

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Diabetes Drop in Session 2017

Please be advised we no longer prescribe items for minor illness that you can buy or obtain from your local pharmacy (e.g. for hay fever)  If you think you need an appointment for a minor illness we are asking you to visit your local  pharmacy for advice and possibly treatment under the ‘pharmacy first’ scheme.

pharmacy first

Don’t wait for a doctor’s appointment, go straight to your pharmacy.

Read more here

HELPING YOU TO HELP YOURSELF

The NHS is under pressure from increasing demand, but you can help ease that pressure. Here are a few tips how…

■ Please don’t ask for over the counter medicines on prescription for a minor illness

■ Don’t just miss your GP appointment – tell them you’re not coming, preferably at  

  least 24 hours in advance

■Don’t just tick the box for repeat prescriptions - only order what you need

■A&E is for emergencies only - if it’s not an emergency, please try your local

 Pharmacy, GP, Urgent Care Centre or call 111 for advice and out-of-hours GPs

Take care of yourself and your NHS will take care of you

Welcome

Hello and welcome to our purpose built surgery on Goldsmith Street, Mansfield, Nottinghamshire which is exclusively a National Health Service Practice devoted to providing a high quality care to meet primary health care needs.

Millview Surgery is accredited by the East Midland Healthcare Deanery for the training of General Practice specialty Registrars and Foundation year two doctors.

Facilities

These facilities are modern and provide:

  • Wide doors giving easy access for wheelchairs
  • Toilet facilities for the disabled, as well as ladies and gents
  • Loop system available throughout the building for the hearing impaired
  • Baby changing facilities
  • Pram & Pushchair area in the front porch

Large pleasant waiting room including:

  • Touchscreen to automatically mark your arrival
  • Patient Call display board
  • Play area for children to make their wait less boring.
  • Large selection of Health Promotion Information leaflets
  • This month's Health Promotion Display
  • Car park with exit/entrance onto Layton Avenue for patients attending surgery with marked spaces for the disabled.

Satisfaction

We all want satisfaction!

All the members of the Primary Care Team want you to get the maximum benefit from your consultations. You may find it helpful if you write down the matters which you wish to be covered, so that nothing is forgotten. Also, if you don't understand.....please ask for an explanation.

(Site updated 17/05/2017)
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