- For a minor illness
- For a wound dressing, smear/well woman, well man, injection or over 75 check
- For travel vaccinations/advice
- For a blood or urine test or to check your blood pressure
- For a diabetic, asthma, COPD or chronic heart disease review
- To see a midwife
- For a childhood immunisation
- For contraceptive advice
- For teenage advice
- For a post-natal check
- For a private medical
We now are using AskmyGP an online system to book an appointment with a GP/ Nurse Practitioner or to get advice. Only call the practice if you do NOT have Internet access. We are not accepting walk-in bookings at the reception desk due to Covid-19.
we only offer a limited number of advance appointments with GPs that the receptionists can book in the extras clinic. These are for Child Health Surveillance (6 week baby checks), Dementia Reviews, HGVs, Coils, Implanons and Prostap and zoladex injections as we operate a system known as triage, where a doctor will telephone you back and assess whether you need to be seen and, if so, how quickly. Therefore, in order to ensure you are treated as quickly as possible in the most appropriate manner, we ask patients to give a brief description of their problem to the receptionist. The receptionists have all received training in this and follow written guidelines. If you prefer not to discuss your symptoms with a receptionist, that is entirely your prerogative, but doing so allows the doctors to assess how quickly you need to be contacted by them and will ensure you are dealt with in a timely manner, the doctor making an appointment for you as necessary. Receptionists are bound by our code of confidentiality and will not discuss your symptoms with anyone else.
This system has resulted in patients being assessed and provided with treatment far more rapidly than previously and has also enabled many patients to be successfully dealt with by telephone, avoiding an unnecessary visit to the practice for the patient. If you consider that you need urgent medical treatment and cannot wait for a doctor to call you back, telephone 999 for an ambulance.
Our nurse practitioner, Sally offers appointments each day for patients with minor illnesses. Sally is fully trained and qualified to do this and is able to issue prescriptions. Please click here for a full list of conditions Sally is able to treat.
To book a minor illness appointment, please access AskmyGP (if you have Internet access) or telephone 01673 843556 to make an appointment whenever the surgery is open (08.30-18.30hrs Monday to Friday).
Telephone 01673 843556 to make an appointment whenever the surgery is open (08.30-18.30hrs Monday to Friday) and ask for an appointment with a practice nurse. Please explain what your appointment is for so that the receptionist can book the appropriate length of appointment for your needs.
You will need to complete our travel form, which you can either download and print off or collect from our reception. Once completed, hand the form to our receptionist. One of our team will then review your form and assess which vaccines, if any, you need.
Telephone 01673 843556 to make an appointment whenever the surgery is open (08.30-18.30hrs Monday to Friday) and ask for an appointment with a phlebotomist. Please explain what your appointment is for so that the receptionist can book the appropriate length of appointment for your needs.
Telephone 01673 843556 to make an appointment whenever the surgery is open (08.30-18.30hrs Monday to Friday)and 08.30-19.00hrs Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday and ask for an appointment with a practice-nurse. Please explain what your appointment is for so that the receptionist can book the appropriate length of appointment for your needs.
Julie Turnbull is the Midwife at Market Rasen Surgery.
Following NICE guidelines, the community midwife will provide antenatal checks and care, discuss birth options, screening, scans, breastfeeding, diet and parent craft. Antenatal clinic – Mondays 09:30-13:00 hours. Referral to the community midwife is via your GP.
The Practice Nurses carry out immunisations on babies and children. The clinic is held every Tuesday afternoon at 2.00pm – 4.30pm. Parents will be contacted to notify them that their child’s immunisation is due. If you’re unable to attend on that day, please contact the surgery to book an alternative day to have your child immunised.
Your postnatal check gives your family doctor the chance to make sure everything is fine with your baby and you. The check will be carried out six to eight weeks after your baby’s birth, so this appointment is also called the six-week check. You can book a double appointment with your GP for this to be done together or if you prefer book 2 separate appointments for this.
If you would like contraceptive advice, please book an appointment with one of our GPs or nurse practitioners, who will advise you on the different methods of contraception.
The GPs and Nurse Practitioners are trained to give advice on contraception, sexual health and discuss chlamydia screening.
Private medicals are carried out by the GPs at the surgery and you will need to book a 30 minute appointment for this.The cost of the medical is £135.60.