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Welcome to Duke Medical Centre 

Drop In Clinic – Thursday 29th July @ Manor Park Medical Centre

 

 

Address: Manor Park Medical Centre - 204 Harborough Ave, Sheffield, S2 1QU 

 

Parking - across the roundabout on the shopping Precinct at Manor Park Centre.

 

Time - Morning between 9am -12pm and Afternoon between 1pm -4pm

 

Vaccine available - Pfizer 

 

Who can attend- Anyone requiring a 1st or 2nd dose.

Practice update for 19th July

To all Patients:

Whilst Governmental guidance changes on Monday, 19th July in respect to the wearing of masks we will continue to ask all patients that they continue to wear a mask when attending the Practice.

As a Health Care Provider, we have worked tirelessly over the past fifteen months to create a safe environment within which staff can work and patients are safe to attend. Whilst the number of positive cases continues to rise we believe it is appropriate to continue with our current arrangements.

So the door will remain open with the use of intercom entry, you will be asked COVID related questions, asked to wear a mask and you will be socially distanced in the waiting room.

If you are exempt from wearing a mask, or you choose not to, you will be asked to wait outside until the clinician is ready to see you.

We are doing telephone triage calls in the morning and if you need seeing face-to face the clinician will book you in, we have an on-call GP who is on call mornings and afternoons to deal with any emergencies.

 

Please respect the job the Reception staff are doing, they are working to local and national protocols in order to keep the Practice operating as efficiently as possible to make sure we can deal with your issues and queries as quickly as possible.

We hope you understand the reason for us continuing to work in this manner; the situation will be reviewed regularly and changes made when necessary.

Our key focus is keeping patients, staff and the community as safe as possible.

Thank you for your understanding and continued support.

Further practice Information:

As a practice, we already provide a telephone triage service for advice or appointment requests.  We also use video consultations to enable GPs to have face to face consultations with patients. The online triage service available via a service called AccuRx. 

 

All Clinical staff are still wearing full PPE when seeing patients. 

For prescriptions, please continue to ring the central number, use the online service or place your paper requests in the letter box situated in the foyer of the main building.   

 

Prescriptions will be sent electronically where possible to a pharmacy of your choice, this is to minimise transfer of paper.  It is important that you contact the reception team to either set up or change a nominated pharmacy. 

 

When entering the building, please press the intercom situated in the foyer, step back and wait for a member of the reception team.  

Please bear with staff as they may be busy and not able to answer the door immediately.  It is important that you use the hand sanitiser when entering and leaving the building.

Blood tests

The new blood drive through started on 5th July 2021, the drive through service at City Parkway will be open Monday to Friday, 7.30am to 5.15pm (excluding Bank Holidays) and Saturday, 8am to 1pm.

Before you attend please ensure your doctor has placed an order on the system or you have a relevant request form. If you do have it please bring your hospital number with you and have this ready for the phlebotomist as this will make it easier to find you on the computer system.

The drive-through service will be operating in addition to the C floor phlebotomy service at the Royal Hallamshire Hospital which is open Monday to Friday, 7.30am – 5.20pm and Saturdays, 8am – 1pm.

Opting out of (or in to) Sharing Your Medical Data

You may be aware of a new NHS Digital initiative to extract information from GP records for research and other purposes. You may wish to opt out of this data collection and there are different requirements to opt out:

1. Type 1 data opt out - The opt out window closes on 1st September 2021
This is to protect GP data held on your system. Further information can be found here: 
https://digital.nhs.uk/data-and-information/data-collections-and-data-sets/data-collections/general-practice-data-for-planning-and-research
You can download a copy of the form and hand into Reception or email us at dukemedicalcentre@nhs.net 


2. Patients can do this for themselves by visiting the https://your-data-matters.service.nhs.uk/ 

For children under 13 the form available 
here should be used.
For dependant adults the form available 
here should be used.

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