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🦠💉Covid-19 Booster Vaccine💉🦠

Can we politely ask that patients do not call the practice regarding the third Covid-19 booster vaccine.
As soon as we have any information regarding these vaccinations, and are able to book appointments, we will contact eligible patients accordingly.
We will keep the page updated with information as and when we receive it, thank you.

🩺👩‍⚕️ The Lakeside Practice needs patient volunteers to help us train the next generation of doctors 👩‍⚕️🩺

This is a great opportunity to support the learning and assessment of our medical students.
We need patients who are well enough to spend around an hour participating in our training sessions. The volunteers will meet with the medical students, they will talk to you about your illness and how it affects your life. They may also demonstrate clinical skills where appropriate, temperature, pulse, BP etc. Refreshments will be available.
If you or someone you know has one of the following conditions, would like to take part, and available on the dates which coincide, we would love to hear from you:
Long Covid (have been referred to long Covid clinic) – 19/10/2021 & 26/10/2021
Heart Disease – 02/11/2021
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) – 16/11/2021
Please send a message through our Facebook page for any further information. Alternatively, contact the surgery on 01302 700212 (after 11am) and ask to speak to Emma, or email
NB: for the safety of everyone involved social distancing measures will be in place and we request that anyone coming into the practice continues to wear a face mask, we can also arrange a virtual meeting (Teams) if that is preferred.

Welcome to The Lakeside Practice

Patients can now access our services online!!

Contact us about any medical issue; new or ongoing symptoms, request a fit (sick) note, ask about recent tests, get a repeat prescription or anything else admin related using the link below

Here at The Lakeside Practice, we care for a community of over 8300 patients

We are a practice of four GP partners and one salaried GP assisted by an Advanced Nurse Practitioner, a Practice Nurse, two Health Care Assistants, a Phlebotomist, a Physiotherapist, a Podiatrist and a Pharmacist.  In addition, we currently have four GP Registrars working with us. From time to time we need to employ locums to cover absences.

The team is supported by a dedicated Reception and Admin team who are able to help you find the most appropriate appointment and sort out any administrative issues you may have such as sick notes or checking on a hospital referral.

The surgery has full disabled access and facilities

We are confident that our website will provide clear and concise help and give our patients the information they require in an easy and convenient format.  It has been designed with the patient's needs at the forefront of everything, from checking surgery opening and closing times to letting us know your feedback.

The Lakeside Practice Mission Statement:

'To provide the highest quality of patient care in the area'


To progress towards better patient focused care

To be the forefront of Primary Health Care

To achieve total patient satisfaction

To introduce and maintain higher level of quality, both clinically and administratively

To be efficient and effective in prescribing

To be respected by patients, fellow GP Practices and other Provider Units 

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New to the area and want to join our practice? We are more than happy to help.  Find out more here



The Lakeside Practice would like to request that patients continue to wear some form of face covering when visiting the practice.  This is for the safety of not only yourselves, but for our staff who have adhered to government restrictions throughout lockdown and will continue to do so to maintain our service to you, our patients.

Wearing a face covering 

A cloth face covering should cover your mouth and nose while allowing you to breathe comfortably. It can be as simple as a scarf or bandana that ties behind the head.

Wash your hands or use hand sanitiser before putting it on and taking it off.  Avoid touching your eyes, nose, or mouth at all times and store used face coverings in a plastic bag until you have the opportunity to wash them.

Do not touch the front of the face covering, or part of the face covering that has been in contact with your mouth and nose.  Once removed, make sure you clean any surfaces the face covering has touched 

You should wash a face covering regularly.  It can go in with any other laundry using your normal detergent.

Thank you

See the latest government guidance on Coronavirus here

The Lakeside Practice, in collaboration with other GP surgeries in the North of Doncaster, will be delivering the COVID vaccine as from December 2020.

Initially, this will not be given at the practice, it will alternatively be administered by staff working from Adwick Leisure Centre (current site for North Doncaster GP practices).  This will be performed by the practices within the North Doncaster Network and you may not see a member of Lakeside staff working at the site when you attend for your appointment.

As per current guidelines, we will be contacting patients within certain cohorts which have been decided by the government NOT the practice.

We thank you for your continued support and patience over the coming weeks / months


(Site updated 17/09/2021)
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