Welcome to The Glebe Practice Website
We serve the whole of Saxilby as well as its surrounding villages providing the very best in general practice services. Our team includes six GPs, a Clinical Pharmacist, an Advanced Nurse Practitioner three practice nurses, two healthcare assistants as well as reception, administration, secretarial and dispensing staff.
We offer a full general practice service as well as providing in house services such as chronic disease management, contraception advice and management, antenatal and postnatal care, childhood immunisations, travel vaccines and more.
We also provide training and placements for young doctors in training who wish to gain experience as a doctor in general practice.
We provide a dispensary service for patients living further than one mile from the village chemist.
Branch Surgery – Skellingthorpe Health Centre 01522 681140
Our branch surgery, Skellingthorpe Health Centre, serves patients residing in Skellingthorpe. Patients are permitted to take advantage of both sites no matter where they live within the practice boundary area.
Access & Facilities
Each of our surgeries is accessible to those using a wheelchair. We also have parking spaces reserved for patients displaying a disabled parking badge. The practice has its own wheelchair available for your use at Saxilby.
Baby changing facilities can be found in the patient toilets in reception at Saxilby.
Hearing loops are installed at both sites.
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Alert for EpiPen users
If you use an Emerade pre-filled syringe there is a risk that your pen could fail to deliver the dose of adrenaline from the syringe due to blockage of the needle.
You are advised to carry two in-date pens with you at all times to reduce the risk of not being able to deliver a dose of adrenaline.
Please request two pens from your surgery if you are not already doing so and ensure that you carry them both with you at all times.
We have identified our patients who are supplied with an Emerade pen but we advise that all of our patients using EpiPens do check the brand that they are using and make sure that you:
- Check the expiry date and replace your pen before it expires
- Use the autoinjector at first signs of anaphylaxis
- Call 999, ask for an ambulance and say anaphylaxis
- Lie flat if possible with your legs up to keep your blood flowing
- Use second pen if still unwell after 5-15 minutes
This advice comes from the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA).
(Site updated 18/11/2019)