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Christmas and New Year  - Surgery Closures

Hanover Medical CentreClosed from 12.00pm Monday 24th December until 8.30am Thursday 27th December 2018

                                              and             12.00pm Monday 31st December until 8.30am Wednesday 2nd January 2019

Devonshire Green Medical Centre Closed from Monday 25th December until 8.30am Thursday 27th December 2018

                                                             and             Tuesday 31st December until 8.30am Wednesday 2nd January 2019

If you need medical advice you can call 111.  Please only call 999 in a medical emergency. 

Flu vaccines available at the surgery.

To check if you are eligible click here, or contact reception.  Please contact the surgery to make your appointment.

Latest News

See what's new in our  Summer Newsletter 2018

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Satellite Hubs

Evening and weekend appointments are available to patient of the practice.  To find out more please ask the practice or visit www.primarycaresheffield.ork.uk/patients

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December 2017

Care Navigation

Over the coming months you will notice your Receptionist asking you for a brief outline of your problem when you call to make an appointment, it’s not because they are nosey!

Through specialist care navigation training, the practice team will be able to offer you more choice on which the best Health Care Clinician may be within the practice. Receptionists will never offer clinical advice or triage!!  This new way of working is about offering the choice to see other Specialists outside the practice too, if they have the expertise to deal with the problem; this option will often be quicker and you may not need to see the GP each time. 

By working this way, it helps to free up time for GPs to care for patients with complex or serious health conditions that can only be managed by the GP.  More importantly though, it means people are seen by the Health Care Professional that is best placed to manage your clinical problem.  The choice is always yours though and you will never be refused the option to book a GP appointment!

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October 2017

Autumn Newsletter - see what's happening at our practice

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September 2017

We are looking to increase our Patient Participation Group. If you are interested in joining us we meet about three times a year on a Thursday evening usually for about an hour.

Your contribution is valuable to us and helps us understand things from the patient perspective. We keep you updated on staff and system changes and we discuss local health care provision and what is happening in the local area as well as NHS funding.

If you are interested of if you would like more information then please contact Deirdre Malesa, Practice Business Manager on 0114 276 2248.

Our next meeting will probably be in early November, so it would be great to see you there. 

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July 2017 - CQC rating updated to Good!!

Following recent re-inspection our practice has been upgraded to an overall Good rating.  

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June 2017 - New Electronic Prescribing Service

From 26 June 2017 the Electronic Prescription Service (EPS) will be offered at our practice.

EPS makes it possible for your prescriptions to be sent electronically straight to the pharmacy of your choice.  If you have regular prescriptions the EPS may be able to save you time and saving unnecessary trips to the surgery. 

Choosing a pharmacy to process your EPS prescription is called a 'nomination'. This means, you will no longer need to collect a paper repeat prescription from the surgery, instead you can go straight to the nominated pharmacy to pick up your medication.

For more information visit the NHS England website.  

This is a new service, and there may be the occasional problem while we try to get to grips with this new procedure, we would ask that you bear with us and we will try to sort any issues that arise.

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