203 School Road, Sheffield, S10 1GN
Call us on: 0114 267 1280
We can provide trained chaperones for intimate examinations, and you are always welcome to have a friend or relative present at your consultation.
**Please be aware that we use specially trained members of our administration/reception staff as chaperones, as well as members of our nursing team.
Our nurses can syring your ears at the surgery, but if you are having ear pain you will usually be asked to see a doctor to make sure you do not have any infection first. You will usually have to put drops or warm olive oil in your ears for at least a week before your appointment date.
The Walk in Centre on Broad Lane no longer provide this service.
If you are planning to get pregnant and would like information relating to this, please make an appointment with one of our GP’s.
You do not have to see a doctor to be referred to a midwife. We are fortunate to work closely with a team of Community midwives, who provide excellent continuity of care. If you are newly pregnant please make a 1 hour appointment with one of our midwives in their clinic, they will then arrange any hospital visits, scans etc.
All the GP’s and nurses can provide a range of contraception information and advice.
Dr Heather Inniss is able to fit contraceptive implants at the practice. If you are interested in this form of contraception please contact the practice to make an appointment to discuss the procedure. We have a waiting list for this service.
Dr Elizabeth Wolff fits contraceptive coils, but patients need to make an appointment to discuss the procedure with her prior to having a coil fitted. We have a waiting list for this service.
Other forms of contraception and advice are available from our gps and nursing staff including emergency contraception treatment and advice. If you wish to be prescribed the contraceptive pill please make an appointment with a gp for your first prescription and then with one of our practice nurses for regular pill check appointments. We will not be able to continue to prescribe your medication with out regular bp and health checks.
Sheffield Contraception and Sexual Health (SCaSH) on 0114 3054000 Mulberry Street Clinic in Sheffield City Centre. SCaSH is a free and confidential service offering a full range of contraception including free condoms and emergency (“morning after”) contraception; STI screening for men and women, including hepatitis B; unplanned pregnancy advice including pregnancy tests; plus counselling and vasectomy services.
Please see one of our GP’s who can discuss vasectomy with you and make a referral. Alternatively you can arrange this at Sheffield Contraception and Sexual Health (SCaSH) on 0114 3054000.
Termination of Pregnancy
All our doctors provide counselling for termination of pregnancy.
The Morning After Pill is also available at the NHS Walk in Centre at the Sheffield GP City Centre Clinic, Broad Lane (8am-10pm).
We can provide a translation service on request. However please give the surgery time to organise this for your consultation. Please ask our reception staff for further information.