How the NHS works
Join group sessions to learn and share methods for managing your symptoms.
10am-12pm on Tuesdays at Clifford House
Pregnant? See your Midwife
Contacting a midwife early in pregnancy ensures you benefit from health advice and the full range of pregnancy screening tests available.
See your Midwife
Dance to Health - Falls Prevention
Dance to Health is a new, pioneering falls prevention dance programme. It combines physiotherapy with the creativity, expression and energy of dance.
If you have fallen, are worried about falling, or just want to stay steady, then maintaining your health and fitness by strengthening your muscles and improving your flexibility is important.
Participants attending Dance to Health regularly report that it eases aches and pains and helps retain independence and quality of life.
Dance to Health at The U-Mix Centre
Dance to Health at Firvale Community Hub
Dance to Health at Balfour House
Home care project
Healthwatch Sheffield is currently undertaking a project speaking to people about their experiences of home care.
They are asking people to speak to them about their experiences, welcoming contributions from anyone who has had home care or has been a carer for someone who has had home care.
Healthwatch Sheffield Home-Care Project
Acupuncture for Cancer Patients
Are you a Breast Cancer, Prostate Cancer, or Gynae Cancer Patient, suffering from hot flushes?
8 out of 10 people say Auricular Acupuncture helps with their hot flushes. Take a look at these leaflets for more information:
Acupuncture for Breast Cancer and Prostate Cancer Patients
Acupuncture for Gynae Cancer Patients
Changes to Gluten-Free Prescriptions
As of 1st December 2017, changes are being made to Gluten-Free prescribing in Sheffield
We are longer able to accept repeat prescriptions ordered on your behalf by pharmacies. Please see our prescription page for more information.
- Sheffield NHS Prescription Order Line - 0114 372 3000 -
Sheffield NHS Prescription Order Line- Patient Leaflet
Student Wellbeing Resource
Vulnerable Children and Young People’s Commission have developed a Student Wellbeing Resource with Learn Sheffield.
There is information about a range of emotional wellbeing needs, including local offers, that young people and parents might bring to their GP.
.SOS UK - Free App
The SOS UK app provides you with an easy way to keep an up-to-date medical record on your smartphone.
This means that if you are in Urgent Care Centers, A&Es, Inpatient Units, or in transition of care between GP practices, healthcare professionals and first responders can access your key medical information.
Find out more at: http://ppptestbed.nhs.uk/projects/emergency-contact-project/
Reading Well Programme
Reading Well supports people to live well with a long-term health condition.
Reading Well provides information and support for people living with a long-term health condition and their carers.
The books provide quality-assured information about common conditions and symptoms, practical advice for living with a long-term condition and support for self-management.
The list also includes titles to support the carers, friends and families of people living with a long-term condition.
Click on the link below for further information.
We are delighted as a training Practice to announce that we are one of the first practices in the region to take on trainees from the University of Sheffield and Sheffield Hallam University on the Physician Associates course.
Physician Associates are a new type of Medical Practitioner with post graduate clinical training and who work with Doctors and Nurses in the diagnosis and management of patients.
They are trained to perform a number of roles including: taking medical histories, performing examinations, analysing test results, diagnosing illnesses and formulating management plans.
They are always under the direct supervision of a Doctor.
Please discuss with the receptionist if you feel an appointment with the Physician Associates may be helpful for you.
Patient Participation Group
- We are looking for new members -
A Patient Participation Group was formed by the practice in 2011; and regular meetings are held where all members of the group are invited into the practice. The meetings give the practice feedback and ideas from the perspective of patients. The minutes from the meetings are available to view on the website.
This group is formed to discuss the services offered by the practice and to decide upon an area each year for change/improvement. An action plan is then formed to carry out the actions agreed upon.
In order to make our group more representative of our practice and its patients we are recruiting new members to the group. Please pass on your details to our receptionists should you be interested in joining our group.
The NHS Friends and Family Test
Hallam and South Locality GP practices want you to have the best possible experience of care. The NHS Friends and Family Test is a way of gathering your feedback, so we can continually review our service.
Your feedback will help us learn more about what you think your experience – what you like and what you think we can improve. Ultimately, you’re helping us to make changes that will ensure we can offer the best possible care.
Please take a couple of minutes to complete the sort questionnaire the link below.
Friends and Family Questionnaire.
- Baby Clinic Changes - From 1st December 2016 -
Changes to Baby Clinic -from 1.12.2016.
Move More Sheffield
- Move More - Get more active in Sheffield and feel better - Register at - www.movemoresheffield.com/signup
Register free today at the website above to join others in local activities and events- increasing your fitness and wellbeing. Help Sheffield become a most active city in the UK by 2020.
Measles is a serious illness that can be unpleasant and lead to complications, especially in vulnerable, immunocompromised or pregnant patients. Measles is highly infectious to anyone who is not immune—being in the same room as someone with measles for more than 15 minutes is a significant exposure. Measles symptoms can include:
High fever Sore, red, watery eyes, coughing and/or runny nose, small red spots with bluish-white centres inside the mouth. A red-brown blotchy rash, which appears after several days
Anyone phoning the surgery with any of these symptoms should not come into the surgery or go into a walk-in centre or hospital A&E department where they could infect others.
For any further information then please follow the following link: https://www.england.nhs.uk/