Sloan Medical CentreTel: 0114 2581554
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If you would like help and support to quit smoking then please ask at reception
for further information.
We are supporting Move More Sheffield register free today at the website on our homepage to join others in local activities and events- increasing your fitness and wellbeing. Help Sheffield become at most active city in the UK by 2020.
In line with the new GP contract every patient will now have a named accountable GP who will have overall responsibility for the care and support that our surgery provides to you. This does not prevent you from seeing any GP in the practice as you currently do.
If you have not been informed, or would like more information, please feel free to contact the surgery and the receptionists will be happy to let you know your allocated named GP.
Heeley Development Trust Sloan Medical Centre works very closely with Heeley Development Trust. Their website is: http://sheffieldonline.net/courses/health-and-wellbeing/
We offer the following services:-
Please click on the below: Sheffield Advice Website.
Please click on the below: Stop Smoking Advice.
Please click on the below: PAM Survey.
Patient Activation Measure
You can book appointments and order your prescriptions online - Please ask at reception for a username and password to register for online services below is the link
Available from 9th February 2015 patients can request to view their summary care record - Please ask at reception for further details or alternatively you can request through systemonline if you have already registered
Please call between 3.30pm and 5.30pm to enquire about your test results as our reception staff will have more time to deal with your request between these times.
Note that the practice has a strict policy regarding confidentiality and data protection and we will only release test results to the person to whom they relate unless that person has given prior permission for the release of this data or they are not capable of understanding the results.
When you take your test you will be told how long it will be before the results are returned to the practice.
It is your responsibility to check your results and to make an appointment to discuss them with your doctor if your are advised to do so.
Eating on a Budget Session hints and tips - Please see the below link
Eating on a Budget.pdf -
Taking Care of Yourself. - Please see the below link
Taking Care of ourself A5 flyer.pdf
Fit for Work - Please check out the below link for information regarding self certification, maternity leave and long term sick.
From this webiste you can print off and complete the required form to return to work. If you are unable to print please ask a reception for a copy
Sheffield Mental Health Guide
Sheffield mind's mental health guide provides a ' one stop shop ' of online information about conditions, treatments and services, links to self-help resources and a comprehensive directory of services via the sheffield mental health guide website - Please clink on the link below.
Every Thursday we hold a Maternity and Child Health Clinic we have some useful information that has been put together by one of our mums that you may useful during and after your pregnancy.
Hi there !
I am local Mum and this is my guide to the support available from Sloan Medical Centre. I am sure you will soon get to know other mums in the area too - there are lots of us !
Finding out you are pregnant
When you find out that you are pregnant, you need to make an appointment to see one of the Community Midwives at Sloan Medical Centre. You need to say that you have just found out that you are pregnant and that need an appointment with the midwife. Your first appointment is usaually when you are between 8 and 10 weeks pregnant.
This first appointment is often called a 'booking in' appointment. At the appiontment, your midwife will ask you some questions to get to know you and will give you a booklet that she will write in at each appointment (your notes). You need to bring these notes to every appointment and take them when you have appointments at Jessop Wing (the maternity hospital where most people in Sheffield have thier babies.
After this first appoimntment, you will see your midwife every few weeks normally on a Thursday. Towards the end of your pregnancy she will also come to see you at home.
Thursday is baby day!
You will notice that there are lots of mums and babies in the watiing room upstairs. This is because both the ante-natal clinic (midwife appointments ) and the baby clinic are both run on a Thursday.
When you have had your baby, one of the midwives will visit you regularly at home until you have got settled in with your new baby. After a couple of weeks, the Health Visitor will take over from the midwife. She may come to see you at home, or you may get a letter asking you to come to see the Health Visitor at Baby clinic on a Thursday morning at Sloan Medical Centre.
There is always a Health Visitor available on a Thursday morning and you can either make an appointment in advance via reception or just turn up on a Thursday and ask reception to put you on the list for the Health Visitor.
Health Visitors are great - they are there for all those questions and worries that you might have. And even if they cant tell you how to get your baby to sleep at night - they are very good at listening !
Dr Barbara Sloan
The other perosn who works in the Maternal and Child Health clinic is Dr Barbara. She looks after all the new mums and babies and will probably phone you soon after your baby is born to congratulate you !
You will get a letter after your baby is born inviting you to a check up appointment with Dr Barbara. This normally takes place when your baby is about 6 weeks old. Dr Barbara will check that you are receovering well from the birth, that your baby is also doing well and will offer you family plannig (contraception) and smear tests if needed. The letter will also tell you when your baby will have their first vaccination appointment with the Practice Nurse.
List of appointments - from pregnancy through to your baby being about 2 years old
As you will be discovering, there are several different health professionals who will look after you and your baby.
Here is a quick summary of the appointments that are likely to have.
8 weeks pregnant (booking in appointment)
Post-Natal Appointment with Dr Barbara and the Health Visitor
6 weeks after your baby is born.
8 weeks old
12 weeks old
16 weeks old
1 year old
31/2 years old
Health Visitor Appointments for Baby
You can see the Health Visitor anytime - either just come to clinic on a Thursday morning (arrive as early as you can) or book an appointment with a health visitor by contacting Reception in advance.
Most people ask to see the Health Visitor appointment when your baby is a around 1 year old and again when they are a toddler - normally between 2 and 2 1/2 years old.
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