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***** Flu Vaccines for under 65 year's at risk and over 65 year's flu vaccines are now in please contact Reception for your appointment.******

Can't get a convenient appointment: We have appointments available at our hubs on evenings and weekends, please contact Reception or ring 111 if we are closed.

The medical centre will be closed on the following dates for Staff Training:

Friday 30th November 2018 between 11.30 - 12.30.

When the surgery is closed if you need medical attention please telephone the surgery and this will then connect you to the Out of Hours service. Alternatively telephone 111 Service or attend the Walk-in-Centre on Broad Lane Sheffield. In an emergency dial 999.

Care Navigation Commencing January 2018

Our Receptionists are here to help you get to the right service. Please don’t be offended if they ask what the problem is when you call to make an appointment.   The receptionist might suggest other professionals that could help you better such as :-

Opticians, Pharmacist, Nurse, Family Services, Support Groups.

Staff Feedback –* Congratulations!*

Recent feedback from our patients has shown an overwhelming appreciation for our staff.  Helpful, pleasant, listens, friendly, professional are just some of the descriptions fed back. We do value and care about our staff and are really pleased that they have earned this appreciation from our patients.

Well Done Everyone!

 

We are looking at ways to deliver more efficient help to patients with the most need. These are people with ongoing medical problems that are at risk of hospital admission.

 

Our aim is to work with other health care agencies to try and avoid hospital admission. This could be carers, Community Nurses, Pharmacists, Paramedics or Accident and Emergency staff. The idea is that with more efficient communication and working more closely, that we can treat people at home.

 

The way we can gather this information is from patient records. A 'risk stratification' tool is used which gives points for certain medical problems, age, previous hospital admissions, etc and gives a total per patient. We are then able to look at people with the higher numbers and target our work with them. The information from this tool is not shared with anyone else. It is simply a way of finding out who needs more care.

 

If you choose to opt out we will not be able to identify you as someone who may need help. For further information please contact the surgery.  

 
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