Crown Street Surgery
17 Crown Street
Telephone: 01709 584885
Fax: 01709 570041
Crown Street Surgery is a purpose built surgery. Our practice area covers Swinton, Kilnhurst, Wath-on-Dearne, Mexborough. We are only able to accept patients who live in these areas.
There are no parking facilities for patients at the surgery unless they are disabled. Patients are requested to use the free public car parks on Queen Street and Church Street. Please do not park on Crown Street. This ensures that our neighbours can park outside their own homes.
We have two parking spaces at the front of the building that are marked for the disabled. The surgery is on one level and there are toilet facilities for the disabled.
Surgery Opening Time
Our GP and Nurse's surgeries are by APPOINTMENT ONLY during the following hours:
Mondays Fridays 07.00 to 11.20 and 13.00 to 17.50, Saturday to Sunday Closed
Each month the surgery will be closed on a Thursday afternoon for staff training. This year training dates are as follows:-
2015 Staff Training dates
15th January, 12th Feburay, 12th March, 23rd April, 4th June, 9th July, 9th August, 10th September, 8th October, 12th November and 3th December. The surgery will close from 12 md and reopen the 8am next day.
Public /Bank Holidays.
The Surgery will be closed on the following days:-
1st January , 3rd and 6th April , 4th and 25th May, 31st August, 25th and 28th December
Each day the surgery offers a telephone triage services. If you have a health concern that you feel needs addressing on the same day, your details will be places on the Duty Doctors list and either a Doctor of Nurse will contact you and assess your situation. The GP/Nurse will either give you some advice or allocate you with an appropriate appointment. This appointment may be at a different time to the above appointment times.
If you need the Doctor to visit please try to ring before 10.30am. Home visits are for people who are housebound or are too ill to travel to the surgery. The receptionist will always ask you the nature of the problem, as this will enable the Doctor to decide the urgency of the visit. Home visits are very time consuming. In the time it takes to visit one patient at home your GP can see several patients in the surgery. Hence, in most cases, the Doctor phones first to check the nature and need for home visits. Lack of transport is not an acceptable reason for requesting the Doctor to visit.