Opening Hours

We are open Monday to Saturday with a choice of appointment only and drop in surgeries.

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Prescriptions

You can order your prescriptions by post, online, at reception or by calling 0114 283 0863. Click here to find out more about ordering repeat prescriptions »

Health Advice

To help you decide if you need to see a doctor we have some advice on the treatment of common illnesses and accidents. Click here to read the advice »

Patient Participation Group

Read the results of our recent patient survey.

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Surgery Information

  • Overview
  • Practice Policies
  • Practice Staff
  • Patients' Charter
  • Statement of Purpose
  • GP Earnings

Overview

Deepcar Medical Centre offers comprehensive, high quality health care to all our patients.

We aim to treat our patients with respect and dignity and expect the same for our staff. Any discourtesy or rudeness will result in your immediate removal from our list.

We hold a Personal Medical Services Contract and we are not a Limited Partnership.

Practice Leaflet

You may download our Practice Leaflet here »
Deepcar Medical Practice Leaflet

Information About Your Care Record

NHS England have set up the care.data programme to enable them to extract information from your medical records with a view to using this data to help plan health and social care in England.

The data will be extracted and linked to your NHS number, date of birth, gender and your postcode, but not your name. This will then be stored in a database at the Health and Social Care Information Centre.

IT IS IMPORTANT TO NOTE THAT IF YOU DO NOT WANT YOUR INFORMATION TO BE SHARED IN THIS WAY YOU MUST CONTACT THE SURGERY TO OPT OUT.

Please see our leaflet or follow the link for more details www.nhs.uk/caredata.

Upper Don Network

We are pleased to announce that we have received formal approval for our network Upper Don. This comprises of Valley Medical Centre, Deepcar Medical Centre and Oughtibridge Surgery. Together we work for 21,000 patients with numbers rising due to the new residential building. Our successes as a Neighbourhood can now continue under the new contract as a Network.

We have links with many local organisations, faith groups, People Keeping Well and South Yorkshire Housing Association. We acknowledge that our community has a rich resource in its local voluntary groups and organisations that provide many great services to our local population. Our patients can access shared services across our geographical boundary to improve their health and wellbeing. These include the local community run Leisure Centre, Dementia Café, Community Support Worker, Sexual Health Services, Diabetic Eye screening, Occupational Health, Food bank, Social Café, Addiction Recovery, Valley React, lunch clubs, mother and toddler groups, sports teams and facilities, Drama groups, Young people/children's clubs, dance classes, Stocksbridge Walkers are welcome, Community Carers group, the Community Health Forum and many others. (Apologies if missed).

Locally a new Diabetes Prevention and awareness project has been launched to engage all ages in providing information on healthy living. Our practices are engaged in the Working Win initiative to help people find work and stay in work that may have limiting health conditions. This is run by South Yorkshire Housing Association.

The network already shares a Community Support Worker Amy May, and we will soon be sharing a community pharmacist to support the doctors with Pharmaceutical and Medicine Reviews. The three managers from each surgery work closely together to benefit our patients and each practice has a Patient Participation group where all patients are welcome.

Our long term aim is to bring more services closer to our patients and by working together we will ensure there are equitable access opportunities for our patients. We have appointed a Clinical Director to our Network, Dr Ruth Izard from Oughtibridge Surgery who will represent our practices and patients at City wide meetings.

Access to Patient Information and Patient Confidentiality

This practice is registered under the Data Protection Act of 1998.

Our Practice GPs, nursing staff and administrative staff have access to both your written and computerised medical records. They are all governed by the same professional codes of confidentiality and will not disclose information without your consent. We will normally share some information with other health professionals involved in your health care, these could include doctors, nurses, therapists, pharmacists and technicians involved in your investigation or treatment. These professionals may work for a variety of organisations including local community NHS trusts, the CCG (Clinical Commissioning Group), social services or private hospitals. Law courts can also require GPs to disclose medical records to them. We are also often asked for reports from solicitors, these will always be accompanied by the patient's written consent for us to disclose information. You should also be aware that in certain circumstances your right to see some details in your health records may be limited in your own interest or for other reasons.

We are required by law to allow you access to your medical record. All such requests must be made in writing. We are allowed to charge a fee to cover our administration and photocopying charges.

Doctors

Dr Thomas Kadicheeni (Male) MD, DGM, DTM&H
Qualified in Italy 1994.
Full Time Partner has special interest in Psychiatry,care of the elderly, hypertension and diabetes

Dr Francis Davis (Male) Mb Chb MRCGP
Qualified in 1999 in England.
Full Time Partner. Has special interest in Long Term Conditions

Dr Ann Davis (Female) MB ChB MRCGP DFFP
Qualified 2001 in England.
Part Time Partner has special interests in Woman's Health

Dr Elizabeth Lidbury (Female) MBChB, BMedSci, MRCGP, DRCOG
Qualified 2000 in England.
Part Time Salaried GP has special interests in Woman's Health

Practice Manager

Sue Lambert

Practice Nurses

Catherine Copeland
Linda Leigh

Senior Receptionist

Clare Cardwell

Receptionists/Admin

Adele Allen, Fiona Gordon, Sarah Foxton, Dena Birkinshaw, Victoria Robins, Kathryne Webster, Lynne Barrott

Patient Charter

Patient's Charter

You may download our Patients' Charter here »
Patients' Charter

Statement of Purpose

Service Provider ID : 1-199714106
Registered Manager ID : 1-547600578

Name

Deepcar Medical Centre
271 Manchester Road
Deepcar
Sheffield
S36 2RA

Email: suelambert@nhs.net

Website: www.deepcarmedicalcentre.co.uk

Tel No: 0114 2831710
Fax No: 0114 2837050

Legal Status

Dr Thomas Kadicheeni (Senior Partner)
Dr Ann Davis (Partner)
Dr Francis Davis (Partner)
Dr Elizabeth Lidbury (Salaried)

Registered Manager

Sue Lambert

Deputy Managers

Dr Thomas Kadicheeni
Dr Ann Davis

Aims and objectives

  • Promote good health to all patients attending our practice for care and advice.
  • Providing high quality safe and effective care including periodic examinations and treatment where required.
  • Understand and meet the needs of our patients, involve them in decisions about their care and encourage them to participate fully.
  • Involve other professionals in the care of our patients where necessary. Referral for specialist care and advice where necessary.
  • Participate in local initiatives to promote the benefits of general health to the wider population.
  • Ensure all members of our team have the appropriate training to carry out their duties competently and with confidence.
  • Ensure all members are aware of current national guidelines.

Activity 1

Treatment of diseases, disorder and injury

Activity 2

Diagnostic and screening procedures

Activity 3

Family Planning

Activity 4

Maternity and Midwifery

GP Earnings

All GP practices are required to declare the mean earnings (e.g. average pay) for GPs working to deliver NHS services to patients at each practice. The average pay for GPs working in Deepcar Medical Centre in the last financial year 2017/8 was £58,665 before tax and National Insurance. This is for 2 full time GPs and 2 part time GPs.