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Hello Sheffield

Your GP in Sheffield

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Carrfield Street, Sheffield, S8 9SG
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Our friendly doctors, clinicians and admin staff are here to help.

Our patients rate us 4.9/5

Based on 114 reviews
★★★★★
Effective and efficient - very happy with service
January 2023
★★★★★
Felt that time was given to listen to my concerns and correct action taken
January 2023
★★★★★
Always receive a warm welcome. Lovely staff as always
January 2023
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Our services

We provide a range of comprehensive NHS services.
Repeat prescriptions
Flu vaccinations
Maternity services
Repeat prescriptions
Video appointments
GP appointments
Sick notes
Online services
NHS health check
Video appointments
Face-to-face
GP appointments
Online booking
Health screening
Online booking
Extended access
Phone appointments
Home visits
Flu vaccinations
Face-to-face
Maternity services
Flu vaccinations
Flu vaccinations
Hay fever treatments
Extended access
Covid-19 vaccinations
Face-to-face
Extended access
Online booking
Hay fever treatments
Minor injuries
Diagnostics
Repeat prescriptions

Frequently asked questions

How to register for a doctors surgery in Sheffield

To register for a Doctors in Sheffield you typically need to follow these steps:

  1. Find a local doctor's surgery: Search for a GP practice located close to where you live or work. You can use online directories or the National Health Service (NHS) website to find doctors near you.
  2. Contact the doctor's surgery: once you have chosen one, contact them by phone or visit their website to inquire about the registration process and check if they are accepting new patients.
  3. Complete registration forms: The GP practice will provide you with registration forms to fill out. These forms may require information such as your personal details, previous medical history, and NHS number (if you have one). 
  4. Provide necessary documents: You may need to show proof of your identity during the registration process. If you already have an NHS Number it might speed up your registration if you have this to hand.
  5. Attend a new patient health check (this is often optional but recommended so that your doctor can understand your current state of health and medical history).
How to see doctors in Sheffield

To see a doctor in Sheffield:

  • If you are already registered with a doctors surgery in Sheffield then contact your doctor's surgery to make an appointment.
  • If you are not registered with a doctors surgery in Sheffield but are temporarily in the area and need an urgent appointment (more than 24h but less than 3 months) then you may be able to see a doctor by registering as a temporary resident. Alternatively you may wish to call 111, see a pharmacist, or use an NHS GP walk-in centre.
  • If you are not registered with a doctors surgery in Sheffield but live here permanently and do not need urgent attention then the best course of action is to register with doctor's practice near where you live or work. See the FAQ on this page about how to register for a doctors in Sheffield.
How to change doctors in Sheffield

To change doctors in Sheffield:

  1. Find a new doctors surgery: search for a GP practice located close to where you live or work. You can use online directories or the National Health Service (NHS) website to find doctors near you.
  2. Contact the new doctors surgery: once you have chosen one, contact them by phone or visit their website to inquire about the registration process and check if they are accepting new patients.
  3. Complete registration forms: The doctors practice will provide you with registration forms to fill out. These forms may require information such as your personal details, previous medical history, and NHS number (if you have one). You do not need to tell your old doctors that you are leaving - they will be notified automatically by the NHS when your registration with the new GP practice is confirmed.
  4. Provide necessary documents: You may need to show proof of your identity during the registration process. If you already have an NHS Number it might speed up your registration if you have this to hand.
  5. Attend a new patient health check (this is often optional but recommended so that your doctor can understand your current state of health and medical history). Your patient records will automatically be transferred from your old doctor to your new doctor, but it is still important to have a new patient health assessment with your new doctor so they can get a proper understanding of your health and healthcare needs.

Contact us online

If you need help with a medical or admin request, you can contact us online.