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Difficult Thoughts

It is common to experience suicidal thoughts or thoughts of self harm when our mental health is under strain. It is important to tell someone about these.

If you are experiencing these thoughts but they are not making you feel unsafe now, then please speak with your GP, Practice Nurse, Samaritans or the IAPT service soon. See some of the options below.

If you feel that you or someone you care for is not safe because of these thoughts now, then it is important to quickly attend Accident & Emergency at the nearest hospital.  Here a person will be assessed by the emergency Liaison Psychiatry Service.

If getting there is difficult then it is OK to call 999 for help with this kind of emergency and we encourage you to do so.

Non-urgent advice: Thank you.

Your consultation has been submitted.

We will be in touch by the end of the next working day. 

If there is any deterioration in your condition, please call us on 0114 239 6687, or use 111 or 999 depending on the situation.

See https://www.nhs.uk/using-the-nhs/nhs-services/urgent-and-emergency-care/ for more help in an emergency.

Non-urgent advice: Reminder

If you feel your symptoms are urgent or life threatening then PLEASE DO NOT USE THIS FORM, call 999. You can also call 111 in less urgent situations or if you are not sure.

Non-urgent advice: PCR Test Needed

You have indicated a symptom that may be connected to a new COVID infection.

You must get a PCR Covid test (not a lateral flow test) with fever, new cough or changes in taste or smell.

You can book a Covid PCR test by following this link

If you don’t have internet access phone 119 instead.

Remember: if you have symptoms, you need a PCR test. Lateral Flow tests (the ones which are available in pharmacies) should only be used to screen people who do not have symptoms.

Please remember to isolate until the results are available.

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Non-urgent advice: Difficult Thoughts

Just in case…

It is common to experience suicidal thoughts or thoughts of self harm when our mental health is under strain. It is important to tell someone about these.

If you are experiencing these thoughts but they are not making you feel unsafe now, then please speak with your GP, Practice Nurse, Samaritans or the IAPT service soon. See some of the options below.

If you feel that you or someone you care for is not safe because of these thoughts now, then it is important to quickly attend Accident & Emergency at the nearest hospital.  Here a person will be assessed by the emergency Liaison Psychiatry Service.

If getting there is difficult then it is OK to call 999 for help with this kind of emergency and we encourage you to do so.

Non-urgent advice: Urgent Support in a Crisis

It is common to experience suicidal thoughts or thoughts of self harm when our mental health is under strain. It is important to tell someone about these.

If you feel that you or someone you care for is not safe because of these thoughts now, then it is important to quickly attend Accident & Emergency at the nearest hospital.

Here a person will be assessed by the emergency Liaison Psychiatry Service.

If getting there is difficult then it is OK to call 999 for help with this kind of emergency and we encourage you to do so.

Non-urgent advice: Thank you, message received.

Dear Patient, Carer or Friend,

We can confirm the submission of your consultation request form about [965] to the team at Gleadless Medical Centre.

We will review your enquiry and respond to you on [970] before the end of the next working day. Please keep this phone available.

Please note, a clinician (such as a nurse or a doctor) does not automatically read these emails. They are reviewed by a member of our care navigation team first to decide on the best way to manage your consultation enquiry.

We are also available by phone on 0114 239 6687, Monday to Friday 0800 – 1830hrs.

Please call 111 or 999 if you become more concerned whilst you are waiting.

Kind regards

The Team at Gleadless Medical Centre

https://www.nhs.uk/using-the-nhs/nhs-services/urgent-and-emergency-care/

Non-urgent advice: SOHAS at Gleadless

The Sheffield Occupation Health Advisory Service is available for you at Gleadless.

The main aim of SOHAS is to keep people in work. They work with GP’s, clinicians and employers to ensure that people are given practical and common sense advice and support to keep them in work.

• Returning to work • Stress and anxiety around work • Health and safety at work • Work related benefits • Physical health conditions that affect work or are made worse at work.

Contact them directly here or call them on (0114) 2755760

The Sheffield Occupation Health Advisory Service is available for you at Gleadless.

The main aim of SOHAS is to keep people in work. They work with GP’s, clinicians and employers to ensure that people are given practical and common sense advice and support to keep them in work.

  • Returning to work

  • Stress and anxiety around work

  • Health and Safety at work

  • Work related benefits

  • Physical health conditions that affect work or are made worse at work

Contact them directly here or call them on (0114) 2755760

Non-urgent advice: Reminder

If you feel your symptoms are urgent or life threatening then PLEASE DO NOT USE THIS FORM, call 999. You can also call 111 in less urgent situations or if you are not sure.

Non-urgent advice: Reminder

If you feel your symptoms are urgent or life threatening then PLEASE DO NOT USE THIS FORM, call 999.

You can also call 111 in less urgent situations or if you are not sure.

Is your problem noted here?

Non-urgent advice: Our Clinical Pharmacists

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We have a trained Pharmacist on hand every day to help you with enquiries about medications, including, how to take, side effects, interactions, reviews and concerns.

Non-urgent advice: Services to access now

There are some really useful local websites to support you

Or Click here for referral information

Or you can contact Chilypep at:
Email: info@chilypep.org.uk
Facebook: facebook.com/chilypep
Instagram: @chilypep 
Twitter: @chilypep

Kooth has magazines, discussion boards, online chat and an online journal facility
Or take a look at the Sheffield Mental Health Guide

 

Non-urgent advice: Patient Notice

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The GP Online Consultation form has been removed whilst we update it.

Please contact the medical centre during opening hours on 0114 239 6687