Non-urgent advice: Demand on Services & Coronavirus (COVID-19)
We are still seeing our patients and have done throughout the pandemic.
Due to both huge demand and the pandemic we aim to reduce the number of patients coming into the practice unnecessarily. Our appointments begin with a phone (or video) call and will progress to a face to face appointment when necessary. This may be on the same day where there is concern.
If you wish to cancel your appointment please contact the practice at the earliest opportunity.
Your co-operation at this difficult time is appreciated.
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Out of hours and emergencies
The 111 service in association with Sheffield GP collaborative provides our out of hours service whenever the surgery is closed.
Please remember that the out of hours service is only for emergencies and for anything that cannot wait until the surgery is next open.
If you need assistance, please dial 111 and this service will signpost you to the most appropriate service. If there is a need to speak to or to see a Doctor, the Sheffield GP Collaborative will contact you and arrange this with you.
If you phone the surgery when we are closed at evenings and weekends, you will be asked to put the phone down and to redial the 111 number. Calls to this service are free from land lines and mobiles.
The Sheffield GP Collaborative is situated at:
Sheffield GP Collaborative
Northern General Hospital
Non-urgent advice: Join our Patient Group on Facebook
If you would like to have more of a say in the running of the practice and to help us take any of the issues from the survey forward then please consider joining our online patient group here.
Many thanks to all of you who have contributed to the patient survey this year.