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PRACTICE CLOSED - 5TH NOVEMBER 2019 - FROM 12:30pm

Please click the following link for more information - Practice Closed - 5th Nov 2019

NEW STUDENTS - GET YOUR REGISTRATION PACK HERE

Get your REGISTRATION PACK HERE. You will need to have completed the registration form and returned it to the surgery prior to you getting an appointment. We will also require some form on photo ID when submitting your registration form.

SEASONAL FLU ELIGIBILITY INFORMATION & OUR FLU CLINIC DATES

The injected flu vaccine is offered free of charge on the NHS to people who are at risk. This is to help protect them against catching flu and developing serious complications.

You should have the flu vaccine if you:

  • are 65 years old or over
  • are pregnant
  • have certain medical conditions
  • are living in a long-stay residential care home or other long-stay care facility
  • receive a carer's allowance, or you are the main carer for an elderly or disabled person whose welfare may be at risk if you fall ill

For more information please visit: NHS - Who should have the flu?

** Clinic dates will be posted here once they have been scheduled in **

GDPR (GENERAL DATA PROTECTION REGULATION) - MAY 25TH 2018

Please use the following link to go to our GDPR / Privacy Notice page - GDPR / Privacy Notice Page

CARE NAVIGATION STARTS 5th FEBRUARY

The Practice has completed its training for our Reception Staff to become Care Navigators. This means that they are prepared to help direct you to the best service for your specific health needs. Our receptionists are here to help you get it right. The receptionist might be able to suggest more appropriate professionals such as:

  • Opticians
  • Pharmacists
  • Nurse
  • Family Services
  • Support Groups

Please don't be offended if they ask you what the problem is when you ask for an appointment.

SHEFFIELD PRESCRIPTION ORDER LINE

When you are ordering your repeat medication, the surgery uses our local Prescription Order Line (POL). POL is open between 9am to 3pm, Monday to Friday and you can contact them on 0114 372 3000.

Trained NHS Healthcare staff will take your phone call and make sure you receive the medications that are suitable for you as well as the correct quantity of medication.

This will mean that the ability to leave a voicemail with the surgery has been ceased.

PLEASE NOTE: we will no longer accept repeat prescriptions ordered on your behalf by pharmacies unless you meet certain criteria.

Other ways to order repeat prescriptions

By post or drop off your request at Reception

Via Practice website Online Services - Please ask at Reception if you would like to register for this online service.

CQC FULL INSPECTION REPORT

Please click on the following link to see our full CQC inspection Report.

WHY YOUR DOCTOR MAY NOT PRESCRIBE YOUR USUAL MEDICINES

NHS Sheffield Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is responsible for buying health services on behalf of people in Sheffield, including medicines provided on prescription.

We need to make sure we get the best value for NHS resources and that patients get the most effective care and treatment.

In Sheffield, we currently spend over £3 million a year on medicines that are widely available to buy over-the-counter without a prescription and a further £300,000 on expensive branded medicines where a non-branded product would have been available at a much lower cost.

Please see the following leaflet and poster for more information.

Patient Leaflet

Patient Information Poster

Porter Brook Medical Centre & Student Health at SHU Practice Leaflet

You can find our practice leaflet here. This will give you a host of information about what the practice has to offer as well as an abundance of other information.

COUGH AND COLDS - WHEN SHOULD I WORRY?

Please click on the following link to find out more information about when you should worry about a cough or a cold.

When Should I Worry?

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