This website provides online facilities such as booking and cancelling appointments, registering, and ordering prescriptions. It also contains a vast range of health information and resources, along with practical information on visiting the surgery.
We hope you find the website useful and informative.
Support your local GP Practice – Have your flu jab with us!
The flu vaccine is the best protection we have against an unpredictable virus that can cause unpleasant illness in children and severe illness and death among at-risk groups, including older people, pregnant women and those with an underlying medical health condition.
Having the flu vaccination can reduce doctors’ visits, missed work or school and prevent flu-related hospitalisations. It is important that if you have a chronic illness such as asthma, diabetes, heart disease, you are pregnant or over 65 years of age that you have this done.
We will be offering the Fluad® vaccination to all patients aged 65 (on or before 31st March 2019), as this has shown to be the most effective for this age group.
For all patients who are not in this age group, and are eligible, we will be offering the Quadrivalent Influenza Vaccination® which offers protection from four different strains of flu: Michigan, Singapore, Colorado and Phuket; this is based on the World Health Organisation’s recommendation for the 2018/19 flu season.
In order to accommodate for the vast majority of our patients we will be running a Flu Saturday clinic:
• Saturday 29th September at the main site on Dorchester Road
If you or a family member falls into the above categories, contact the surgery now to book for your flu vaccine, by contacting 01724 877744 or 01724 742300.
Our Patient Survey Results are in!
Summer catch up sessions for the adolescent vaccination programme 2018
Please click here to see the summer catch up sessions for the adolescent vaccination programme 2018 which will be carried out on Health Bus at various locations. This is for school age children that have not received their HPV (girls only), School Leavers Booster (Tetanus, Polio, Diptheria) and Meningitis ACWY.
Any children that are not able to attend a North Lincs session are more than welcome to attend any of the Doncaster sessions.
About our practice
West Common Lane Teaching Practice was first opened in July 1991 by Dr Chris Hall and Dr Andy Lee. Since then there have been many changes with the most notable one happening in February 2015 when the surgery took over the care of Dr Balasanthiran’s patients.
Dr Chris Hall has since retired but Dr Andy Lee is still a partner with Dr Francisco Terreros, Dr Kyle Hall and Dr Laura Thomas who became a partner on April 1st 2018.
Our list size is currently in excess of 8000 patients and continues to grow.
The practice is in the process of switching patients whose medical condition is described as stable by the GP to repeat dispensing.
Repeat dispensing is a new way of getting your medicines without having to ask the GP for a prescription each time.
If you would like more information, please speak to a receptionist or click here.
Information Governance Survey Results 2018
We recently conducted a patient survey on information governance. The survey asked questions about how well patients feel that the practice holds their personal information and questions about confidentiality and information security. One hundred people participated in the survey and the results can be found by clicking here.
Thank you to everyone who participated!