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A new website and app have been launched in Lincolnshire to help people find the most appropriate health care service for their medical needs.

The ASAPLincs website and app has been built using the very latest attendance data from Lincolnshire’s emergency departments.

For more information go to https://www.asaplincs.nhs.uk/


Seasonal Flu Vaccination

Are you a registered patient of the Deepings Practice? Are you, or is your child an "At Risk" patient?

This Year our Saturday Flu Clinics will be held on:

  • 29th September
  • 13th October
  • 3rd November

The Department of Health recommends that all "At Risk" patients in the following categories are advised to have an influenza vaccination.

Patients aged sixty-five and over or adults and children with any of the following:

  • Diabetes
  • Heart Disease
  • Respiratory Disease
  • Chronic Liver Disease
  • Splenectomy
  • Chronic Neurological Disease
  • Morbidly Obese
  • Immuno-suppression
  • Chronic Renal Disease.

Also eligible are main carers for the elderly or disabled.

In order to arrange an appointment please ring:

Market Deeping Reception 01778 579000 (if registered at Market Deeping) or Glinton Surgery 01733 252246 (if registered at Glinton) or book online (if registered for Emis Access)
Weekday clinics are also available Flu Clinics

Please Note when booking: Children’s nasal vaccination (under 18) are not available until mid-October.

Deeping and Glinton Volunteer Car Scheme

This scheme is for the benefit of the people of The Deepings and surrounding villages who are registered with Deeping Medical Practice, particularly those who have no transport of their own or cannot use public transport.

We are in need of volunteer drivers, if you have time to spare and are a car owner then please contact Alan or Gordon on 07858373912 between 2 and 4 pm for an application form and a chat, forms also available at the Market Deeping Health Centre, please ask at reception. Driver’s expenses are covered as a small charge is made in line with HMRC rates.


Vacancies

We are currently looking for a Maternity GP Locum (8 sessions/wk), Advanced Nurse Practitioner, Practice Nurse (up to 37 hrs/wk) and a Health Care Support Worker (30 hrs/wk).  For further information please click here.

Nurse Practitioners

Mrs Amanda Gilbert (f)

Independent Nurse Prescriber

Mr Phil Richards (m)

Musculoskeletal Practitioner

Nurses

Mrs Judy Yarnham (f)

Senior Nurse who is responsible for the management of a team of fifteen staff.  The team is made up of nurses and health care support workers. Nursing and Health Promotion services are provided at both Market Deeping and Glinton sites.

Mrs Sam Showler (f)

Deputy Senior Nurse whose role is to assist and support the Senior Nurse in the nursing department.

Mrs Carina Marshall (f)

RGN

Mrs Alison Woodcock (f)

RGN

Ms Rachel Needham (f)

RGN

Miss Nikki Hoskin (f)

RGN

Mrs Jessica Matthews (f)

RGN

Many of the things that you might think you need to see a doctor about can often be dealt with by our nurses, all whom have been trained to deal with medical problems; for some things the nurse is more experienced at dealing with the problem than a doctor.

Routine blood pressure checks, HRT and contraceptive prescribing, minor illness management and management of diabetes, coronary heart disease, asthma and COPD and many other conditions come within their expertise.

Dr Akram and Dr Davies are the Lead Gps for the nursing department.

Healthcare Assistants

Miss Sally Broughton (f)

HCSW

Mrs Debbie Shinkins (f)

HCSW

Mrs Mandy Bond (f)

HCSW

Mrs Sally Atter (f)

HCSW

Mrs Lindsey Gilbert (f)

HCSW

Mrs Emma Lawson (f)

HCSW

Miss Sally Pryor (f)

HCSW

Healthcare assistants support practice nurses with their daily work and carry out tasks such as phlebotomy (drawing blood), blood pressure measurement and new patient checks. They may act as a chaperone when a patient or doctor requests one.
 
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