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Changes to the Appointment System

With effect from Monday 5th November we will be trialing a new patient appointment system for access to GP appointments. This system will be closely monitored, whilst we ensure all parts work as we envisage. We will continue to adapt the system throughout the trial to ensure it works for our Patients. Please continue to be patient with us. 

What is happening for people with Dementia in Chapelgreen

New Mums Physiotherapy Led Education Group Information Poster

Sepsis 

Parent information on Sepsis

GDPR

On the 25th of May 2018 the General Data Protection Regulation comes in to effect. The document below lists some of the changes and how they will effect you and how we use and process your data.

GDPR

DNA Report August 2018

DNA figures August

Queue buster poster           Door43


Patient Services Feedback - Updated August 2018                                                                                                                                        

We now have our very own Facebook page click below!

http://www.sheffieldccg.nhs.uk/our-information/day-5-care-navigation.htm

Practice news letter

Patient Appointment Access Review

The Productive General Practice

The Practice is about to embark on an exciting new project called The Productive General Practice. For more information on The Productive General Practice or details on how to register with our patient group please see the poster below.

The Productive General Practice

Eligibility for free prescriptions

Please see the recent notice regarding claiming free prescriptions from your pharmacy.

Notice Regarding Free Prescriptions

Medication Changes - A Guide For Patients

Medication Changes Guide

Introducing DNA Man

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