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On-line appointment bookings now available

All the available on-line appointment slots are for face to face appointments at the surgery. However, if you prefer your on-line appointment to be a telephone consultation please add your contact telephone number into the "reason for appointment" box at the time of booking on-line and we will presume you require a telephone consultation instead.


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Many people enjoy hot weather but there can be health consequences from too much heat. Vulnerable groups are particularly at-risk in prolonged hot spells.

  • Drink plenty of fluids and avoid excess alcohol
  • Stay cool indoors
  • Try to keep out of the sun between 11am and 3pm
  • Walk in the shade, apply sunscreen and wear a hat if you have to go out in the sun
  • Never leave anyone in closed, parked vehicles, including pets
  • Look out for those who are vulnerable


If you're out in the sun and start to feel dizzy, weak or have intense thirst, you may be dehydrated. Move to a cool place, drink plenty of fluids and cool your body down.

Symptoms of dehydration:-

  • Feeling Thirsty
  • Dark yellow and strong smelling urine
  • Feeling dizzy or lightheaded
  • Feeling tired
  • A dry mouth, lips and eyes
  • Passing little urine, and fewer than 4 times a day

During the warmer weather, look after yourself, the people you care for and others who may find it harder to keep cool and hydrated in the hot weather for example older people with long term conditions and young children. Checking in on your neighbours could make a big difference to their wellbeing.

  • Drink water
  • Apply sun cream
  • Move to a cool place

For more tips:

Are you using the correct Service?

If you are unwell or injured it is important to choose the right NHS service. If you have a health concern but aren't sure what to do, try NHS 111 online first.

111 online can tell you:

  • Where to get help for your symptoms if you're not sure what to do
  • How to find general health information and advice
  • Where to get an emergency supply of your prescribed medicine
  • How to get a repeat prescription

Choosing the right care first time, means that you and your family will get the best treatment available and allows busy NHS services to provide treatment and care in the most appropriate setting.

Remember, A&E and 999 are for potentially life threatening emergencies only, but NHS 111, Urgent Treatment Centers, GPs and Pharmacies are all here to help you too.

If it's not an emergency but you aren't sure where to go, visit

Dementia Specialist Admiral Nurse Clinics Chesterfield


Further information for this service can be found by clicking HERE

Chesterfield Royal Hospital is extremely busy


Healthwatch Derbyshire - Take our GP Access Survey

The COVID-19 pandemic has fundamentally changed the way we access our GP Practices – potentially permanently, with access to care moved to a triage system, online bookings, and video, phone, and face-to-face appointments.

Healthwatch Derbyshire would like to hear from patients, carers, and service users about how this change has impacted them and is asking residents to share their views and recent experiences of accessing their GP. Take our survey today and have your say on what changes at your GP practice have worked well, and what could be made better for you.
Feedback from the survey will help local health providers to understand how these changes have impacted patients. The findings and recommendations will be shared with GP practices as well as Derby & Derbyshire Clinical Commissioning Group (DDCCG) which is responsible for commissioning and providing GP services.
If you need help completing the survey give us a call on 01773 880786

Click HERE for Easy read version:

Please wear a mask or face covering when accessing the Surgery or Chemist.

GP Services before 8am and after 6.30 pm weekdays/weekends.


Take the Survey and tell us what GP Services you would find

helpful before 8.00 am and after 6.30 pm weekdays and weekends

by either the QR code below or via the following link:-  


Platinum Jubilee Bank Holiday prescription ordering


Platinum Jubilee Bank Holiday Hours


Breast Screening - Who is called and at what age?




Medicine Order Line - Important Notice


May Day Closing

The Surgery will be closed as follows:-

Monday May 2nd - Closed

Tuesday May 3rd - Open at 8.00am


Proposed Traffic Regulation Order - Windermere Road

Notification has appeared attached to the lamp post just outside the entrance to the surgery informing the public of a proposed traffic regulation order.  This order, when in place will affect parking on Windermere Road.

 The plan is proposed for double yellow lines and restrictions for no waiting at any time.  Please familiarise yourself with the notice if you regularly park on Windermere Road when visiting the Surgery.

Thank you.

Citizen's Advice Appointments now available!!


Our Citizens Advice Consultation Appointments are now available for booking here at the surgery.   

A member of the Chesterfield Team will be available, by appointment to offer free, confidential, impartial, independent advice and information on a wide range of subjects.
Debt rries                                                   
Benefit Advice
Housing problems
Employment Problems
Consumer Issues
Tax Issues
Legal Matters
& Family and Personal Matters.
Appointments are available for booking on Thursday afternoons at hourly intervals.  Please contact Newbold Surgery reception in person or by telephone on 01246 277381 to book an appointment.

🥺😳😕Suffering with a Minor Eye Condition?😕😳🥺

For Access to Quick Specialist NHS Care "WITHOUT A GP REFERRAL" through a local optometrist see the information below.

Medicines On Line for Easter/Jubilee Bank Hols


#TimetoTalkDerbyshire  #mentalhealth

@DCCPublicHealth are running #TimetoTalkDerbyshire – a chance to start the conversation about mental health & how we’re feeling. Visit to get the ball rolling
We're supporting #TimeToTalkDerbyshire because 1 in 4 people will experience a mental health problem – it’s time for the stigma to end. Visit to get help on how to start the conversation about mental health.
Is it #TimetoTalkDerbyshire – let @DCCPublicHealth know why you think it’s important to talk about #mentalhealth & how to get the conversation started – they’ll share your stories & tips during the next few weeks.

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Covid Booster Expansion Information




The National Covid-19 Booster Vaccination Programme is increasing on a large scale before Christmas.
Capacity for administering Booster Vaccinations will be stepped up at Walton, Hospital, Inkersall and Stubley Medical Centre in Dronfield. 
We are asking for all hands on deck to help with Marshalling the clinics.
If you are able to give any of your time to help with this your generosity would be greatly appreciated.
To offer your support please email
With thanks and enormous appreciation.

Abuse Towards Staff  #RespectNHSDerbyshire

Our staff are experiencing an increased volume and severity of instances of verbal abuse . This appears to have escalated post-pandemic. 

Abusive behaviour will not be tolerated at Newbold Surgery.

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Derbyshire Mental Health Helpline and Support Service


Struggling to cope?

☎📱📞Call anytime on 0800 028 0077
The Derbyshire Mental Health Helpline and Support Service is a freephone service available to everyone living in Derbyshire - both young people and adults. It is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
If you or your loved one are experiencing distress or anxiety, or feeling that you cannot cope, call us on 0800 028 0077 for support over the phone. That support could be about your mental health but you can also talk through practical issues that may be causing concern.
In addition, if the helpline team feel you would benefit from some face-to-face support, you may be invited to our ‘safe haven’. Here you can continue to discuss your problems in a calm, welcoming environment with people who understand what you're going through.

Over 65 Flu Vaccinations


If you are over 65 you are eligible to book your Flu Vaccination Appointment NOW


If you have online access the easiest way to make your appointment is by this method.


Alternatively, please book your

appointment by telephoning the

surgery on 01246 277381

between 11.00 am and 4.00 pm

when the phone lines are less busy


Tesco Brand - Medication Recall - 15.10.21

Tesco Max All-In-One Chesty Cough & Cold Lemon Sachets used for the relief of cold and flu


People who have purchased Tesco Max All-In-One Chesty Cough & Cold Lemon Sachets used for the relief of cold and flu symptoms are today being asked to check the batch number on the outer carton and individual sachets. Anyone with a product from one of these batches should stop using the medicine and return it to Tesco for a refund.


The batch details are below:

Tesco Flu-Max All In One Chesty Cough & Cold Powder for Oral Solution (GSL) PL 12063/0104

Batch Number: 9MW0145 / Expiry Date: Nov 2022 / Pack Size: 10s / First Distributed: 16 Mar 2020

Batch Number: 0CW0054 / Expiry Date: Jan 2023 / Pack Size: 10s / First Distributed: 07 Apr 2020

Batch Number: 0FW0133 / Expiry Date: May 2023 / Pack Size: 10s / First Distributed: 12 May 2021


Approximately 78,000 packs from three batches, sold only by Tesco, are being recalled as the sachet labelling incorrectly states that children aged 12 years and over can use this product. This medicine should not be given to those aged under 16 years as the product is only for people aged 16 and over.

This product has been taken off shelves while the labelling is updated.




Did you have your 2nd dose of the Covid Vaccine at least 6 months ago (182 days)?

WALTON HOSPITAL are offering COVID 19 Boosters along with 1st, 2nd and 3rd vaccinations to all eligible patients.

You can walk in or book on the National Booking System using the link below. Or wait for your booster invitation from your GP.

You can also telephone 7 days a week on 01246 25 30 30

Please make sure you had your 2nd dose at least 6 months ago (182 days) before you book or walk in for your Booster.

Walton Covid Vaccination Clinic opening hours:-

Wednesday 08:30-17:00

Thursday 10:00-18:30

Friday 08:30-17:00

Saturday 08:30-17:00

Sunday 08:30-17:00

Improve health & happiness with Our Social Prescribing Link Worker

Newbold Surgery has a Social Prescribing Link Worker  

Social prescribing gives you time to think about what is important to you and identify ways to improve your health and happiness. Together we will develop an action plan and assist you to access services and activities within your community.

You can refer yourself by speaking to the surgery staff.


Support your Surgery so it can be there to support you


Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) in Young Children


Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) is one of the common viruses that cause coughs and colds in winter. It causes mild respiratory infection in adults and children, but it can be severe in infants who are at increased risk of acute lower respiratory tract infection. RSV is the most common cause of bronchiolitis in children aged under 2 years.


The RSV season in the UK typically begins in the autumn, earlier than the adult flu season, and runs through winter. However, during the last year there has been a remarkable reduction in respiratory viral infections other than COVID-19. This means that there is an increasing number of young children who have never been exposed to these common viruses.

Find out about the symptoms and what to do if you’re concerned here


Masks and Social Distancing are still require after 19.07.21

 when you are entering the Surgery or visiting the Chemist


Newbold Surgery is a healthcare setting and despite restrictions

changing on 19th July 2021, we ask that you still wear a face covering

and adhere to social distancing whilst you are within the building

as per Public Health England.

Thank you for your cooperation with keeping patients and staff safe.

Is there another way to get well?


NHS Digital - daily collection of GP Data

to support vital Health & Care planning and Research

We would like to make you aware of GPDPR (General Practice Data for Planning and Research.  This will come in to force on September 1st 2021.

Please Click Here to see the NHS Digital Website for further information and for your chance to opt out should you wish to do so.

Covid-19 Vaccination Passport Information

From this week, people in England who have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 can demonstrate their vaccination status for international travel. A full course is currently two doses of any approved vaccine. Vaccine status will be available from:

• the NHS App which you can download from app stores
• the NHS website (from 17 May 2021)
It may take more than a week for your identity to be checked and verified so you can use these services.
If you cannot access these online services, and you have had two vaccines, you can request a paper letter from the NHS by calling 119. Only call 119 if you had your second dose more than five working days ago. It may take seven working days for the letter to arrive.
Newbold Surgery is unable to provide you with a
letter that shows your COVID-19 vaccination status.
When you're planning your travel, check the latest information on demonstrating your COVID-19 status when travelling abroad on the website. Make sure there is time to get  proof of your vaccination status before you leave.

Appointment Access

We are pleased to announce that as from the beginning of June we will be able to offer more available Face to Face Appointments bookable up to two weeks in advance.

We will continue to offer telephone consultation appointments should your problem be something that can be dealt with over the telephone.
Our experienced reception staff will discuss with you in confidence and direct you to the most appropriate Healthcare Professional for either a Face to Face Appointment or a Telephone Consultation.

☎️📱☎️📱 NEED TO MAKE AN ENQUIRY? 📱☎️📱☎️

Our phone lines are usually less busy after 11.00 am.  Please contact us after this time for general enquires, sick note requests, test results etc

Why not gain access to your medical records ?

“SystmOnline Services”

(Two forms of ID required including one photographic ID)

⭐️View your clinical notes
⭐️Test Results
⭐️Order Repeat Prescriptions
⭐️View your Vaccination History
⭐️Book GP Appointments (Currently unavailable)

Medicine Order Line a new way to order prescriptions

The Medicine Order Line (MOL) ‘Going Live’ for Newbold Surgery patients on 21.04.21

MOL is a dedicated telephone line where you can speak to an experienced health professional to conveniently order your prescriptions.

Please phone 01246 588860 (Monday to Friday 8am – 4pm)

 MOL email call back system:

To save you time, if you have access to email, you can send a request for a health professional to call you back to take your prescription request within 48 hours (excluding weekends and Bank Holidays).

In your email please include your:-

Full name,

Date of Birth

Contact Telephone Number

GP practice name

More information and a list of GP practices currently on board with the MOL can be found at:

Aztra Zeneca Vaccination

Your Covid-19 vaccination is very important.

You may be worried about information shared in the media over recent days about the AstraZeneca vaccine so please read the following statement from the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA):


“We are closely reviewing reports but the evidence available does not suggest the vaccine is the cause. “Blood clots can occur naturally and are not uncommon. More than 11 million doses of the COVID-19 Vaccine AstraZeneca have now been administered across the UK, and the number of blood clots reported after having the vaccine is not greater than the number that would have occurred naturally in the vaccinated population. “We are working closely with international counterparts in understanding the global safety experience of COVID-19 vaccines and on the rapid sharing of safety data and reports. People should still go and get their COVID-19 vaccine when asked to do”

Please see the following link to the MHRA twitter account or retweet from the CCG:

No symptoms but are you infected? Find out 

Did you know 1 in 3 people infected with coronavirus have no symptoms?

Find out if you’re one of them and help stop the spread. Get a free test at a Derbyshire County Council community testing centre.

No need to book – just turn up.

For more information visit

Please don’t visit if you have symptoms.

Stay at home and book an NHS test online or by calling 119.

The National Booking System is now live

 Many of you will start to receive a letter from this national system (some of you will already have this!) inviting you to book your vaccine.


We appreciate this is a very confusing time for most, and we want to reassure you that your local GP Practices have been commissioned to deliver this vaccination programme to you. We are operating a phased approach to vaccinate as many people as possible. Please be patient and we will contact you as soon as we can.


Here are your options to access the vaccine locally

and support your GP Practice:

  • PLEASE BE AWARE- Booking your appointment via the national system (either online or via 119) will result in you being diverted to the next available appointment out of our area, requiring a significant amount of travel.
  • PLEASE call our local call centre on 01246 903 225 once you have received your national invite in order to book an appointment at a local site within Chesterfield & Dronfield PCN. All these sites are run by your local GP Practices so lots of friendly faces will be there to greet you!

 Our call centres are open Monday-Friday 9:00am-4:00pm and we are working hard to provide a weekend service.

  •  You may receive an invite via your GP practice before you receive a national letter. This invite will have instructions on how to book your local appointment.
  •  If you have an appointment booked at a national site, please rest assured this appointment can be easily changed to a local site by calling 01246 903 225.

This will hugely support your local GP Practice.


Upon arrival at the vaccination site, you will be asked to provide evidence of your eligibility for your appointment. If you try to abuse the system, you will be turned away. Abuse to volunteer marshalls or staff will not be tolerated.

 Primary Care Network pulls out all the stops to deliver vaccine


Chesterfield and Dronfield

Primary Care Network  (PCN) 

Despite numerous logistical challenges, Chesterfield and Dronfield Primary Care Network have led an approach that has meant that all care home residents in our area will have been vaccinated over the 4 days from 30th December to 2nd January. 


It seemed an ambitious target given we were only advised by NHSE of the vaccine supply on the 23rd December and the order placed on the 24th. The PCN team recognised the importance of vaccinating the most vulnerable patients in care homes and those that care for them.


Staff gave up their holidays and by the end of bank holiday Monday they had formulated a military style plan to vaccinate all the homes in the area (both residents and staff). Julie Chaplin, Practice Manager at Stubley Health Centre was the Lead Co-ordinator but she would be the first to say, “ it was a team effort”, including support from the care homes. They even planned, for standby health care staff ready to mobilise to care homes in minutes, to make use of spare vaccines, so as not to waste any.


It was a real system effort from Joined Up Care Derbyshire (JUCD), with Chesterfield Royal Hospital urgently stepping in twice, within hours, to supply the teams and assist with vaccines. The 4 teams consisted of staff from the PCN, Derbyshire Health United and Derbyshire Community Health Services. 


The biggest ‘shout out’ goes to the PCN Clinical Pharmacists, a team that was not even in place at the beginning of the year and their lead Isobel Bancroft. Without them this would not have been possible to pull off. 

Clinical Director Dr P J Flann commented, “ I am immensely proud of the whole team, the commitment and hard work that they have put in.  A year ago we would not have even had the staff to do this. The 11 practices that form the PCN and their patients, have really seen the benefit of a Primary Care Network, working with JUCD and the CCG.”


Pictured are some members of the team prior to set off from Stubley Medical Centre.

Are You Feeling Lost?

Are you experiencing long lasting sadness or worrying excessively during this difficult and challenging time?

You do not need to deal with these problems alone.

Trent PTS can help, a free service funded by the NHS.

To start your journey please visit their website

GP access during Covid-19 Outbreak

Accessing your GP during the Coronavirus Outbreak


Due to the coronavirus outbreak, how you contact Newbold Surgery will be different at the moment. This is to limit face-to-face contact whenever possible and help stop the spread of coronavirus.

Please do not come to the surgery

unless you have an appointment.

If you need to see your GP,

please ring us on 01246 277381 first.


Face-to-face appointments are still available, but you will be asked to discuss your conditions with your GP over the phone or online first to assess what would be most appropriate for you. This can be a convenient and flexible way to receive healthcare and if you need to see your GP or a Healthcare Professional in person then this will be arranged for you if appropriate. If you are asked to come into the surgery in person for a face-to-face appointment, you must wear a face covering or visor. Measures are in place to keep you safe from infection during your visit to the surgery.


  • For further help and advice you can call NHS 111 Website:
  • Download the NHS App to order repeat prescriptions, book appointments and check your symptoms


⚠️ Do not go to your GP if you have symptoms of coronavirus or are self-isolating.

⚠️ Please follow government safety advice if visiting your local practice for an appointment.



NHS England's C-19 'Help Us Help You' Campaign

Derbyshire’s NHS is here to help you
During the coronavirus pandemic, our staff have been working hard to ensure that all patients who need urgent care – not just those with coronavirus – have been able to get it. To avoid unnecessary contact, some non-urgent appointments and surgeries have been postponed and others delivered differently using technology.

We will continue to ask patients to attend face-to-face services only when it is really necessary, and where it can be done safely without putting our patients, the public or our staff at greater risk of catching coronavirus. Where possible, appointments will continue to be offered using remote services such as a video or phone consultation.
If you feel unwell or have hurt yourself, you can still get the care and treatment you need. It’s vital that if you’re having a potentially life-threatening medical emergency, such as a heart attack, stroke or really bad flare up of asthma, you contact the NHS.
You might be worrying about a mole that’s changed shape, or grown larger, and think you need to contact your GP.
Everyone in the NHS really appreciates people taking pressure off services for conditions that can be safely managed with over-the-counter medicines, and taken care of at home.
But it is crucial that for anything else that you do not risk life or wellbeing.
Contact NHS 111 online or by phone, get in touch with your GP, visit an Urgent Treatment Centre, or for emergencies go to A&E or call 999.
Watch Dr Avi Bhatia’s Here to Help video. Dr Bhatia is a GP in Derbyshire and Chair of NHS Derby and Derbyshire Clinical Commissioing Group.
If you want to know how Derbyshire’s NHS services are changing in response to the pandemic visit:
COVID-19: Find out how NHS services are changing
Are you wondering how NHS services such as GP practices, pharmacies, hospitals and community care are changing as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic, then visit the Joined Up Care Derbyshire public website to find out more about local changes to health services, daily updates, FAQs and links to national advice.

 Help us to keep you and your children safe

All children must be accompanied and supervised at all times whilst attending the surgery.

Newbold Surgery cannot be held responsible for accidents which happen on site due to lack of parental supervision.

The Car Park is always busy.  We respectfully ask that all patients are extra careful when crossing the Car Park and that Drivers are sure the area is clear prior to pulling in and out. Thank You.

 Join us in Our Community Garden

& Allotment Project


The surgery would like to become more involved with our local community and would like to suggest that the green space around the surgery building be used as a community allotment and garden. The allotment could be used by local people for local people. It has been suggested that any fresh produce grown could be ‘sold’ by means of an honesty box and the funds raised put back into the project.

If you are interested in this project or have ideas how the surgery can be more involved with the local community please contact us.

Medication storage for the homeless

Medication storage and management is a huge problem for many homeless people who are at the risk of theft when they are at their most vulnerable. The surgery is in the process of developing a service whereby we provide safe lockage medication storage for people of no fixed abode which will allow them to keep their medications safe and secure here at the surgery. For further information regarding this service please enquire at reception.

Your Data Matters to the NHS

Your Data Matters to the NHS

Click HERE for more information


Important Prescription Information

Due to patient safety you will now only

be able to request your repeat prescription

7 days early.

We will always look at exceptional circumstances.

Please let our Reception Team know if this is the case.

Thank you


Self-Care & Patient Information Leaflets

Self-Care - Recognise, Treat & Manage

For more information on Self-Care and Patient Information Leaflets

Please Click Here

Parking in the Area

We realise that access to the surgery car park is sometimes restricted, however we ask that you are considerate to our neighbours when parking on the roads surrounding the surgery.  Please remember when leaving your vehicle to check that you have NOT parked overhanging driveways or in a manner that is deemed inconsiderate, unsafe or potentially illegal.

Many thanks for your kind understanding and co-operation.


We would like to encourage our patients to sign up for our online services.  Our online services provide a safe, secure and confidential method of contacting the surgery to order repeat medication, book appointments, view medical records and sign up for the surgery newsletter.  Please see how to access this service in the next paragraph or speak to one of our reception staff.

If you would like to use the online system (systmOnline) please sign up at the surgery in order to obtain your username and password. We require 2 forms of ID of which one must be photo ID and the other must contain your address (e.g. passport, driving licence, utility bill, bank statement). You will also be require to sign a disclaimer at the time of application.

A new way to get your medicines and appliances - No Computer Needed

Have your prescription sent straight to the chemist - sign up today!!

The Electronic Prescription Service (EPS) is an NHS service. It gives you the chance to change how your GP sends your prescription to the place you choose to get your medicines or appliances from. For more information go to or ask at Reception.

How it works:-

If you normally collect your repeat prescriptions from the surgery you will no longer have to visit us to pick up your paper prescription.  Instead, your GP will send it electronically (via the computer system) to the pharmacy or appliance contractor of your choice. You can then pick your medication up straight from the pharmacy or arrange with them to have it delivered to your home.

You will need to choose a place for your GP practice to electronically send your prescription to. This is called a nomination.  Ask any pharmacy or dispensing appliance contractor that offers EPS or ask in surgery to add your nomination for you. You don't need a computer to do this.

MIG - Medical Interoperability Gateway

What is MIG? MIG stands for Medical Interoperability Gateway and it is a computer system that enables the sharing of specified datasets of patient information between healthcare providers. Patient information via MIG cannot be accessed without consent from patients during their consultations. In an emergency situation if a patient was unable to consent but they are medically at risk if they do not receive treatment, the clinician will access records in order to treat the patient.

The consent model for MIG is based on implicit consent to share and explicit consent to view. Patients can opt out from sharing at any time.

The Records and Information Group (RIG) has issued a directive to all GP practises to share their records to ensure that they are fulfilling the duty of care to their patients.

Patients who previously opted out of Summary Care Record or eDSM will automatically be opted out of MIG.

 Any patients that have questions regarding MIG please

click the link below to access the Derbyshire Health & Social Care

website for further information 


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