Why have your vaccination at your GP surgery
- We can check your medical record and make sure you get the most suitable vaccine.
- We ensure continuity of care for our patients and carers (we know you already).
- We offer a fast, efficient and friendly flu clinic service.
- We offer protection for those who may be forgetful by reducing the risk of duplicate vaccinations.
You can book your vaccination on-line or via the NHS app or by calling our Reception 0114 267 1280
We now have flu vaccination clinics available to book for patients aged 65 and over on 31st March 2020 and for eligible patients aged under 65. Clinic dates are:
Saturday 2nd November
Monday 25th November
Monday 2nd December
Thursday 5th December
Friday 6th December
If you are unsure about whether you may be eligible, please call us on 0114 267 1280 or follow this link
Children's Nasal Flu Vaccinations
The children's nasal flu vaccine has now been delivered, so please call to arrnage an appointment.
If you are housebound and unable to vist the surgery for a flu vaccination please call 0114 267 1280 and we will arrange for a nurse to viist you to administer the vaccination.Please note that housebound means a patient who is bed or chair bound either temporarily or permanently (not someone who does not have transport or access to transport).
We hope you find our website useful to find out more about the Practice, book an appointment, order a repeat prescription or get information on general health. We will update the site on a regular basis to keep the information as upto date for you as we can.
We aim to offer the residents of Crookes and the surrounding area the highest possible standards of healthcare.
The surgery has a large team of doctors and nurses who are all here to look after you and your family, we have an extended access service during evenings and weekends for practice patients and host a hub service in the evenings and at weekends for the patients of all Sheffield GP practices to be referred to during the hours regular gp surgeries are closed.
Routine appointments are held between 8.15 am and 6.00 pm, depending on the day. Morning appointments with the nurses are available from 07:30 to 08:15 Mon, Tues, Weds, & Friday.
You can book, change and cancel appointments, request repeat prescriptions and access test results on-line or via the NHS app.
Prescriptions can be sent directly to your nominated pharmacy so that you can go staright to the pharmacy to collect your medication.
Care Navigation involves ensuring that patients are signposted to the most appropriate source of care for their problem, for example an optician or a pharmacist may be able to offer a solution without you needing to see a doctor. Please be aware that patients' phoning and asking for a GP appointment will be asked some questions, to ascertain the most appropriate service for them, and potentially directed elsewhere. Please do not worry, our staff are fully trained to help you and if you need to see a doctor or nurse we will still book those appointments for you. By using care navigation we aim to ensure that patients' have their problems resolved as quickly as possible.
Please complete our patient survey
The Partners and Staff at the Surgery would very much appreciate it if you could find the time to complete the form. Every survey returned will be extremely useful to see how we are performing now, and what would be required to improve our patient services. Please tell us what you think. Your replies will be completely anonymous. If you do have criticisms of the service we provide we would really welcome the opportunity to discuss this in person. We are most grateful to you for taking the time to assist us.
Join our Practice Patient Participation Group
If you need more help with anything, then please do not hesitate to get in touch. You will receive a warm welcome from all our staff.
Primary Care Networks
Primary Care Networks are collaborations with GP Practices and other care providers, such as the community teams, mental health, social care and pharmacies. This gives a patient cohort large enough to sustain services that would not be feasible for individual practices. Within our Primary Care Network are: Crookes, Manchester Road, Broomhill and Lodge Moor, Walkley House and Selborne Road.
For more information, please use the link below