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Patient Group meeting

The next PPG meeting will be held on Tues 8th January 2019 at 6pm. Any new patients wanting to attend should contact Tyronn Tate (Practice manager) for more details.

Dementia Friendly Practice 

We are now pleased to say we have been certified as a Dementia Friendly GP Practice. This is thanks to our Healthcare assistant, Beverly Batty's hard work. Please see the news page for more information.

Monday and Friday early morning and Saturday morning surgeries are now available to book online. These appointments should be used by patients who are unable to make it during normal working hours. 

Info for Young People

Some useful facts about seeing your GP 

  •  You have the same right to confidentiality as adults.  Your GP would only break confidentiality if you or someone else may be at risk of serious harm or abuse.  We would always try to talk you through this before we take any action.  
  • Your GP cannot share information with anyone outside of the NHS without your permission
  • This link may help you get the best out of your appointment with a GP www.docready.or

 

Useful Websites

Young people share their experiences of physical and mental illness

Young Minds - support and information on mental health

www.epicfriends.co.uk - Helping you to help friends who may be struggling

  

Information on local youth services 

Local Sexual Health services

Sheffield Young Carers

The Corner - Young people's drug and alcohol service 0114 2752051 or Email thecorner.sheffield@cri.org.uk 

Sheffield Interchange - www.interchangesheffield.org.uk - counselling service.  Your GP/school/college can refer you for support with your mental health 

Sheffield charity providing support for young people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender (LGBT) or who are affected by HIV

 



 
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