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Oughtibridge Surgery, Church Street, Oughtibridge, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, S35 0FWTel: 0114 229 9835
MB ChB Sheffield 1988
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Mb ChB Sheffield 2000
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Publication of GP Earnings
All GP practices are required to declare the mean earnings (e.g. average pay) for GPs working to deliver NHS services to patients at each practice. The average pay for GPs working in Oughtibridge Surgery in the last financial year was £52728 before tax and national insurance. This is for 5 part time GPs.
Our practice nurses provide general nursing services and health promotion advice by appointment. In addition, each nurse has special areas of expertise and responsibility: family planning (including emergency contraception), smoking cessation and allergies, as well as the management of chronic disease such as asthma, diabetes, COPD and coronary heart disease.
Our healthcare assistants provide blood sampling, blood pressures and urinalysis clinics, and assists with medical examinations.
Our practice manager is responsible for the overall operation of the practice and is available to help you with problems or answer questions relating to the management of the practice.
All our staff are bound by the same rules of patient confidentiality as the doctors and nurses.
Cheryl provides information, help with your queries and resolve problems relating to access to our appointment system and in-house clinics, referrals to the hospital services and local consultant-based clinics, and non NHS medical examination/reports.
Midwives are attached to the practice and they co-ordinate all antenatal and postnatal care.
Tel: 0114 2268091
A team of district nurses provide a specialist nursing service to individuals who are housebound. They assess the nursing needs of patients, advise about care and convalescence after discharge from hospital, and give advice and support to carers.
The contact number is 0114 2830173.
The health visitors specialise in child, family and community health, including health promotion and health education. They work with the rest of the primary health care team to help you to help yourself lead as healthy a lifestyle as possible and reduce the risk of illness or premature death from preventable causes.
Tel: 0114 2294922.
Counsellors are attached to the practice offering a valuable and confidential service.
Our dispensers will dispense prescriptions for patients living in Wharncliffe Side, Bradfield and other outlying areas, during surgery opening hours. Please allow three working days if you would like a repeat prescription request to be dispensed.