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When We Are Closed

We are closed for each Bank Holiday in the year. 

The Practice will be closed every first Tuesday in the month from 1pm - 3pm for staff training -

Further closure dates are as follows:

Tuesday, 7th August 2018 - 1 - 3 pm 

Monday, 27th August 2018 - All Day (Bank Holiday)

Tuesday, 4th September 2018 - 1 - 3 pm

Wednesday, 5th September 2018 - 1 - 6.30 pm

Tuesday, 2nd October 2018 - 1 - 6.30 pm

Tuesday, 6th November 2018 - 1 - 6.30 pm

Tuesday, 4th December 2018 - 1 - 3 pm 

Wednesday 5th December 2018 - 1 - 6.30 pm

Tuesday, 25th December 2018 - All Day (Bank Holiday)

Wednesday, 26th December 2018 - All Day (Bank Holiday)

When the surgery is closed you can obtain medical help or advice by telephoning NHS 111.

You will initially be asked to give details of the patient to a call handler. A trained nurse will then call back to assess the problem.

As a result of your call you may be offered telephone advice, an appointment at the GP Collaborative based at the Royal Hallamshire hospital or a home visit/ambulance will be arranged for more serious conditions.

Out-of-hours services are generally busy so please think carefully before asking to see a doctor and only do so if you genuinely cannot wait until the surgery re-opens.


Improving access to general practice: evening and weekend appointments now available

Patients who are registered at this practice can now book an appointment to see a GP or nurse on weekday evenings (6:00 PM – 10:00 PM) or at the weekends (on Saturday and Sunday 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM). For more information please visit www.primarycaresheffield.org.uk/patients

By March 2019 everyone in England will benefit from access to general practice appointments in the evenings and weekends at a time that is most convenient to them. This is part of a national drive to help improve access to general practice and get the best possible outcomes for patients. Further information is available at www.england.nhs.uk/gpaccess


In a genuine emergency you should call 999. Chest pains and / or shortness of breath constitute an emergency.  

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