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Dear Patient,You may be aware of significant strains and pressures the NHS is currently facing and of how the NHS forward view is looking at new ways for Practices to work more collaboratively.
Over the past months we have been preparing plans of an acquisition due to Dunninc Road's GP retiring at the end of December 2019... Read more
CHANGES TO DUNNINC ROAD PATIENT ACCESS FROM 2nd JANUARY 2020
Surgery Opening Times
Phone Line Access for Patients
If you telephone the surgery when it is closed you will be offered the option of calling our Out-of-Hours service or contacting the freephone 111 service depending on the time you call
If you have a serious medical emergency dial 999. If your problem cannot wait until the surgery reopens you can contact the emergency doctor by phoning the surgery on 0114 2570788.
Out of Hours
Address:B FloorRoyal Hallamshire HospitalGlossop RoadSheffield S10 2JFTravel information
Opening times: 8am to 8pm every day of the year
The Minor Injuries Unit provides treatment for less serious injuries, such as sprains, cuts and grazes. Many people go to Accident and Emergency (A&E) with minor injuries, when they could be usually treated much more quickly at a Minor Injuries Unit.
You do not need an appointment to visit the Minor Injuries Unit. It is run by a team of highly qualified nurse practitioners who have experience and expertise in treating minor injuries.
The Minor Injuries Unit treats most minor injuries such as cuts and bruises, minor burns, fractures to the hands and lower arms, lower legs and feet. The Unit cannot treat injuries to the chest, back, hips or thighs.
If you're not sure whether your injury can be treated at the Minor Injuries Unit, telephone NHS Direct on 0845 4647, they will be able to advise you.
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