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Here at Roseworth Surgery we take pride in offering our patients high quality primary care in the heart of Gosforth. We are situated at the end of Gosforth High Street near the Town Moor, close to local shops, pharmacies and transportation links.
Our dedicated team are here to treat those minor ailments that occur as well as providing specialist management of long-term conditions and clinics covering a wide range of healthcare issues. Our online system allows you to do a lot of things from the comfort of your home such as order a repeat prescription, cancel an appointment and ask questions.
The Practice aims to provide high quality patient care, personal health care and family based medicine and health promotion in a profession but relaxed atmosphere, placing emphasis and focus on teamwork and in conjunction with other professionals.
Think Pharmacy First
Free treatment & advice by your local pharmacy, no appointment needed.
They can provide treatment for aches & pains, allergies, cold & Flu, Ear care, Eye care, Stomach aches & any skin or mouth problems.
This service could be used instead of coming to the GP Surgery!!
Think Pharmacy First Info!
Immunisation leaflet and guidance
We are a yellow fever site!
Same day urgent appointments
Are available! Particularly for acutely unwell children under 5 with our Doctor of the Day - appointment or telephone.
We encourage patients to come to the Surgery when we are open instead of accessing other services such as walk in centres & A&E
The Little Orange Book
Newcastle Gateshead Clinical Commisioning Group (NGCCG) have developed a 'Little Orange Book' aimed at providing support to parents of young children. The book covers common minor illness, treatment and also times to seek medical assistance. They are available upon request via the Health visitor or when attending for childhood immunisations. Please see the PDF version below should you wish to download a digital copy.
Little Orange Book
We are a Teaching Practice who teaches stage 1, 2 and 4 Students. Every 6 month we have a rotation of GP Registrars and every 4 month we have 2 Foundation level 2 (F2) Doctors who have came here from Hospital posts to learn primary care. This is a huge benefit to our practice as it improves access & brings modern medicine, without them there would be no future GP's.
The Great North Care Record (GNCR)
The GNCR is now operational in the region. It enables hospitals and other healthcare providers access to your medical record held at your GP surgery. It includes details of patient demographics, diagnosed conditions, allergies, medications, test results and referrals. All patients are automatically included in this scheme (unless they opted out of Summary Care Record in 2012). All patients would be asked their consent prior to any healthcare provider accessing the GP record (ie in A&E). Please read the leaflet below and get in touch, in writing please, with the practice manager if you would like to opt out of this scheme.
Great North Care Record
Detailed Coded Record Access (DCRA)
We are now able to offer our patients access to their 'coded data' within their medical records as well as the availability to book appointments and request repeat medication. The coded data includes immunisations, problems, referrals, procedure codes and other useful information. If this is something you are interested in accessing then please call at the surgery (Bringing ID with you!) and complete an online access application form. We are unable to action any online access requests over the telephone, via email or in writing as your ID must be verified.
EXISTING ONLINE USERS ALSO NEED TO COMPLETE AN APPLICATION FORM TO INCREASE THEIR ACCESS TO INCLUDE DCRA.
Cardiovascular Risks. (CVR risk)
We use a QRISK calculator, it calculates your 10 year risk of heart attach & stroke over the next 10 years. Should the result be more than 10%, patients will be asked if they would like to be prescribed a statin medication to help reduce the risk.
Lifestyle changes you could make to help reduce your CVR risk without medication include:
- Regular exercise, at least 150 minutes per week
- A Balanced diet, at least 5 portions of fruit and vegetables a day
- Quit smoking
- Moderating the amount of alcohol you drink
- Losing weight
Patient information Leaflet about Statin Medication
Confidentiality & Data Protection
(Site updated 23/05/2017)