Services

Registering with the surgery

Find out how to join the surgery.

Nurse Services & Clinics

View what clinics we offer.

Blood Test Clinics

The Pathology department at the Royal Derby Hospital provide Phlebotomy (blood test) Clinic sessions at four hospitals.

Requesting a letter

Patients who are currently applying for services and requesting To Whom It May Concern letter for extra suport in their application process.

For example: 

  • Travel letters for carrying medication
  • HGV/PSV/LSG/Taxi medicals
  • Firearms applications
  • Adoption and Fostering 
  • Holiday cancellations claim form
  • Medical Reports 

Track a Referral

  • If you booked via the e-referral service you can track your referral here
  • If your referral is with Royal Derby Hospital you should contact them directly by phone on 01332 340131 or via their website
  • To view Royal Derby Hospitals waiting times please click here and select which department you have been referred to. 

Getting test results

Find out how to view or ask questions about your test results.

First Contact Physiotherapy

Alvaston Medical Centre are pleased to be able to offer appointments with our First Contact Physiotherapist

Care Coordinator

Care coordinators are employed by Derbyshire Community Health Services and work within GP practices in South Derbyshire as part of the Community Support Team (CST), to support and enhance integrated care delivery in the community.

Social Prescribing

Some problems can’t be fixed by medicine alone; with Social Prescribing you can get support for more than medical issues.

Vaccinations

This guide can help you understand the vaccines offered in the UK and when to have them. It also explains how they work and why they're safe and important. 

Getting a fit (sick) note

Request a sick note if you've been sick for more than 7 days.

Submit readings

Submit a reading to your GP if you have been requested to do so.

Accessing someone else’s information (Proxy access)

As a parent, family member or carer, you may be able to access services for someone else. We call this having proxy access. We can set this up for you if you are both registered with us.

Accessing your health record

Find out about the types of records and how to access them.

Healthy living

NHS advice about healthy living, including eating a balanced diet, healthy weight, exercise, quitting smoking and drinking less alcohol.

Changing your contact details

Update your name, address, phone numbers or email address.

Services near me

Find a NHS service near you.