Clinics & Services
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Female Contraception Clinic
Female Contraception Clinics are held at each site, alternating on a weekly basis. There are lunch time sessions and also evening sessions for patients who work. At High Green the lunchtime session is on a Tuesday and at Burncross it is on a Thursday. Both sessions start at 11:40.
The evening clinics take place on a Tuesday with a doctor and practice nurse in attendance.
If you require emergency contraception this should be taken as soon as possible, please inform the receptionists and you will be allocated a nurse triage telephone call. Due to a change in regulations for the emergency contraceptive, anyone over the age of sixteen can buy it over the counter from a pharmacy.
Some pharmacies are able to provide free prescriptions for the emergency contraceptive; we would advise calling the pharmacy first to check they can provide that service.
Young people’s services
NHS Sheffield is able to provide confidential sexual health services specifically for young People at a variety of locations over the city. These include schools, further education centres, community centres and youth centres. Please follow the link for further information. Young people’s services.
Clinics are available at both sites and are held by either health care assisstants, clinical support workers or practice nurses. Dressings, removal of stitches, ear syringing, blood tests and most adult vaccinations are dealt with at this clinic. Appointments are booked at reception, self-referral is usually okay for most problems, but some conditions may require a referral from the doctor. Please ask the receptionist for details
Well Baby Clinic
This clinic is held on Tuesday at High Green and Thursday at Burncross. Both clinics start at 13:30 and are by appointment only.
First appointments for baby clinic are invited centrally by Child Health Services in Sheffield. This is usually made for when your baby is eight weeks old. At the first appointment baby is examined by one of the doctors and immunisations are given by the nurse. Two further appointments are then arranged at around 12 weeks and 16 weeks.
Further recalls are arranged by Child Health Services in Sheffield at twelve months and at three years old.
Preschool booster vaccinations are now given during general nursing clinics.
Please do not bring ill children to the well baby clinic.
Flu vaccination, Diabetic, Hypertension and Asthma clinics are available through the surgery and are by invitation through your doctor or practice nurse. Appointments for all these clinics can be made at reception.