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Welcome to the website for Mosborough Health Centre

Welcome along to our surgery website where we hope you will quickly benefit from a user friendly layout and a wealth of information about our healthcare services. Find out when we’re open and what to do when we’re not, all from the comfort of your own home.

DEMAND FOR APPOINTMENTS

There has been an increase in demand for appointments and telephone consultations recently, this is partly due to us being in 'viral season' and also the fact that we have had clinician vacancies and staff sickness.  We are trying our very best to accommodate your requests for appointments, please be patient with the reception staff when trying to get through on the phone or at the desk, they are trying their hardest to help you.  We will NOT TOLERATE abuse towards our staff.

It is with great pleasure that we can now announce that after trying to recruit a GP for several months, we have now appointed a male salaried GP - Dr Gregg Bingham - who will be joining us in December.  Dr Bingham will be working with us on a Wednesday, Thursday and Friday each week.  

BANK HOLIDAYS

We will be closed for the Christmas bank holidays on Tuesday 25th and Wednesday 26th December, and also Tuesday 1st January 2019 for New Year.  For all non urgent medical queries during this time, please dial 111.  PLEASE REMEMBER TO ORDER PRESCRIPTIONS EARLY ENOUGH, DON'T LEAVE YOURSELVES SHORT OF MEDICATION. 

We are unable to offer extended hours sessions during Christmas week, and we apologise for the inconvenience.  

Vaccine Updates:

FLU JABS

We are now taking bookings for flu jabs.  If you are eligible, clinics are being held on 8th and 22nd November.  Please book with reception.  

We are also offering nasal flu vaccinations to 

  • children who are aged 2 or 3 on August 31 2018 – that is, children born between September 1 2014 and August 31 2016

These appointments are on 1st November 2018 - please book an appointment.  Older children will be vaccinated in school.

Are you 18 but under 25 and about to start University as a new entrant?  If so, it is recommended that you have a meningitis vaccination prior to the start of term (ACWY vaccine) - please enquire at Reception.

Shingles vaccination

You are eligible for a shingles vaccine if you are in your 70s and were born on or after 1.9.42, or aged 78 (or 79 if you missed your vaccination).  Patients remain eligible until their 80th birthday.  Please contact reception to make an appointment.

WARNING

Police forces have become aware of a fraud circulating targeting elderly and vulnerable members of the community.

Some people have received telephone calls from a caller who purports to be from a GP surgery and asks for an appointment to discuss the persons health or mobility needs. During the appointment, the older person is persuaded to buy mobility aids which are either unnecessary or inappropriate and always expensive.

If you receive a call like this, please check with your GP surgery first before agreeing to a visit.

Named Accountable GP

All patients at Mosborough Health Centre have a named accountable GP who is responsible for the patient's overall care at the Practice.  Your named GP has been allocated to you by the Practice.  If you have not yet been informed of your named GP, please ask at Reception.  You have the option the request to change your named GP, but please remember you are still able to talk to or make appointments to see any of our doctors and nurses, not just your named GP.

Your Sheffield Health and Care Records

Please read the attached information regarding the sharing of your relevant personal data with health professionals in the Sheffield area.

Your Sheffield Health and Care Records

Your Data Matters campaign

Patients can set their opt-out preferences at: https://www.nhs.uk/your-nhs-data-matters/. They will need their NHS number and a valid email address or telephone number which is on the GP record or on the Personal Demographics Service database to register their decision to opt out. Patients who are unable to use the online facility can use a phone helpline to manage their choice - 0300 303 5678. A paper print-and-post form is also available: https://www.nhs.uk/your-nhs-data-matters/manage-your-choice/other-ways-to-manage-your-choice/.

Self Care

Please click on the link to see how you can help to manage some symptoms with 'self care' SCFSelfCareAwarePatientPortalFINAL.doc

Medical Record Sharing

The GP, Health Visitor and School nurse will now have shared access to the GP records on the clinical system until a child is 6 years old.  This access has been approved by the CCG Information Governance Group and the Caldicott Guardian.

Should you wish to opt out of your child's records being shared, please inform reception and you can be opted out of the automatic system.  There may however be circumstances where if there are concerns that a child is being harmed or is at risk of harm, then information can be shared without parental consent.

Risk profiling: how your NHS records are used

This practice is taking part in a new NHS service that helps your family doctor (GP) to spot whether

you need more help to manage your health. The service is called “risk profiling”.

Using information from your health records, a secure NHS computer system will look at any recent

treatments you have had in hospital or at this surgery, and any existing health conditions that you

have, and alert your doctor to the likelihood of a possible future hospital admission. The clinical

Risk Stratification in General Practice team at the surgery will use the information to help you get early care and treatment where it is needed.

 

The information will be seen only by qualified health workers involved in your care. NHS security

systems will protect your health information and patient confidentiality at all times.

If you don’t want your information being used in this way, or have any other concerns, please

Contact reception.

 

Improving care for vulnerable patients

 

This surgery will be participating in a care planning scheme to improve care for patients with multiple medical problems who may have many people helping to care for them and who are thought to be at risk of needing hospital care in the next year or two.  The aim of the scheme is to help those patients enjoy life as much as they can and ensure that whenever possible care is provided at home.  We know that this is what most people want.

 

As part of this scheme we want to ensure that our records of contact details are up to date, and that we have details of family members or carers that the patient might want us to contact should they become ill.  We hope that you will help us to do this.  If you are the relative or carer of a vulnerable patient and you change your contact details, please let us know.

 

Patients enrolled on the scheme will be offered a longer appointment for their annual review and will be provided with a personal care plan at the end of the appointment. 

 

 

Accessible Information Standard

If you have any special communication needs (i.e. large print, easy read documents), please inform reception and we will note these on your records.  You are able to request information in different formats.  For further information visit www.easyhealth.org.uk The Department of Health also have resources that we can order on your behalf.

 

 

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