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Welcome to Meden Medical Services

Meden Medical services, incorporating our surgeries at Warsop & Meden Vale are pleased to welcome you to our website. We are confident that it will provide clear and concise help and give our patients the information they require in an easy and convenient format. 

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Extended Access to Appointments 

From 01 November 2017 we will be working with some of our Local Practices, to offer additional later appointments, as well as weekend appointments.

The local Practices comprise the following: Oakwood; Bull Farm; Meden Vale; Pleasley; Sandy Lane and Warsop Surgeries.

Appointments will be available weekdays up to 20:00 in our local area, each surgery has a set day to cover and Meden Medical Services will be covering Mondays.

  • Appointments will also be available on Saturday mornings (by rota) in our local area so not always at Meden Medical Services. These appointments are for non-emergencies and pre-bookable only. When appointments are not available at Meden Medical Services during these new times (18:30 till 20:00 and on Saturdays) appointments may be available at one of the other practices listed above.
  • GPs, Practice Nurses and Health Care Assistants appointments will be available.
  • These additional appointments are for pre booking only and non-emergencies, so unlikely to be available to be booked on the same day. Nor will we be able to deal with emergencies / urgent enquiries or collection of prescriptions.
  • General enquiries, emergencies/urgent appointments, booking of appointments, collecting of prescriptions will continue during our normal working hours only.


We will continue to offer some early morning appointments during the week from 7am and evening appointments during the week till 7pm, subject to availability.

Currently, there are no facilities to transfer blood samples to the hospital, during these new appointment times (from 18:30 to 20:00 and Saturdays). So unfortunately, we will not be able to offer routine blood taking, during these hours. We are working with the Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), to work with the hospital, so that we may be able to offer this service during our new extended hours in future.

Personal Security – Shooting, Stabbing or Bombing

In the UK the Police Service and partners work very hard to keep us safe from the threat of gun crime.  Firearms and weapons attacks are thankfully extremely rare, but we must always know to do stay safe. What would you do if you came under fire or heard gunshots at work or in public?  Should you stay and hide, or run for the nearest exit?  Would you know what to do to stay safe?


Please watch and share this awareness video with family and friends:

Citizen Aid app on Google Play, Apple App or the Windows store 

When there is a shooting, stabbing or bomb explosion the initial priority will be public safety. This can delay the time before the emergency services are able to reach the injured. citizenAID™ enables the general public to be effective in these situations before the emergency services are available to provide professional medical support.


citizenAID™ is a simple, logical system of immediate actions. It is designed to guide the public to react safely, to pass effective messages to the emergency services, to prioritise the injured and to give life-saving first aid. This combination of effective organisation and immediate treatment will save lives. 

citizenAID™ builds on tried and tested principles that have been used by individual soldiers to save life following comparable injuries sustained in the combat setting. citizenAID™ transfers the knowledge and skills to the public so that you can help yourself, your family and the wider community.


citizenAID™ is available to the whole public, with the fundamental resources being free to access and use

Next Patient Participation Group Meeting Scheduled for Wednesday 19th July 3pm at Meden Vale Medical Centre.

For information on how to join the PPG please speak to reception.

Click here for Friends and Family Results November 2017

New family planning service started with Dr Baglee

Need Contraception?


What about the Contraceptive Implant?


More than 99% effective

No daily pill to remember

Safe if breastfeeding

Lasts for 3 years

We can now fit and remove contraceptive implants

Please speak to reception for more information

The way you book your Doctors appointments is changing 

Please note that from September 2016 there will be no book on the day appointments. All appointments are available to pre-book in advance.

Please start pre-booking your appointments NOW!

Have you signed up for Online Services? You can book appointments, request medication and also view your summary care record 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Please bring ID to either surgery and we can set you up for this.

Any problems, please speak to a member of reception.

Have you registered for our online services yet?

Book your Doctors & Nurse appointments - new appointments available everyday.

Order your prescription - all your medication will already be listed ready for you to order.

View your summary care record.

View your detailed coded entry.

Send queries through private & confidential messages to the practice.

We only need photo ID, and it takes 5 minutes to set you up! Children can also be registered under a parent until they are 16.

  Men W vaccine for freshers & older university students aged 19 to 24 

If you are going to university & born between 01/09/96 & 31/08/97 please call the surgery to be put on the waiting list and you will need to provide your start date at university. For older students if you wish to have the vaccine please call the surgery and we will add you to our waiting list you will be recalled in the 2nd  wave of vaccinations.

Under 16's help us to help you! Give us your opinions!

  Click here to complete the under 16's survey or go to our under 16's page.

Patient awareness survey please click here to complete 

Please help us and complete this short survey for information governance patient awareness. 

Officers are issuing advice to parents and guardians around the video chat app to help their children to enjoy using ooVoo safely.
Like many other sites and apps, ooVoo is used by both adults and children. This means that children can be directly contacted by an adult they don’t know, and activity may also be adult in nature.
Safer Neighbourhood officers are encouraging parents to ensure that any child 13 years-old or younger should be discouraged from such apps. They are also asking parents to set the privacy settings so that their child can only be in contact with people that they know and trust in the real world.
Other crime prevention advice for staying safe on social media and instant messaging sites include: 

  • Never give out passwords, credit card information or other private data;
  • Block strangers. If your software allows it, set up the system so that only people on your ‘allow’ list can contact you;
  • Be very wary of disclosing any private information to a stranger you meet via instant messaging. Even apparently innocent information like the name of your employer can be used against you by fraudsters;
  • Never click on links that you receive through instant messaging from people that you do not know and trust, and that you have never met in real life;
  • Leave your online profile blank, or where you have to enter data to use the system, enter fictitious data;
  • Do not let children use instant messaging chat rooms unsupervised.

For more advice on how to keep your child safe online, visit or


Ebola Information

Ebola in West Africa 

If you have returned from Guinea, Liberia or Sierra Leone or cared for someone with Ebola in the past 21 days and you have a fever or feel unwell, without touching anyone, tell a member of staff or call 111.

For more information please click on the link




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