At Carrfield Medical Centre, we make it easy for you to get an appointment. With our hassle-free online bookings, you no longer need to call reception or visit the practice in-person to get an appointment. That means you can request an appointment at any time of the day, even at weekends.Register now
The team at Carrfield Medical Centre would like to make your visit as relaxed and convenient as possible. You'll find plenty of free parking spaces on-site, so you won't need to worry about feeding the meter or getting a ticket.
We're a short drive or bus journey from the Sheffield city centre and train station. Our practice is conveniently located for anyone living in Sheffield, Barnsley, Rotheram or Doncaster.
To register for a GP at Sheffield University, you typically need to follow these steps:
It is advisable to register with a GP as soon as possible after arriving at Sheffield University. It's important to have access to healthcare services in case you need medical attention during your studies: don’t wait until you need it to register.
The ability to register with a GP online may vary depending on the GP practice. Some practices may offer online registration services, while others may require you to visit the practice in person. Check the GP practice's website or contact them directly to see if online registration is available. Here is the online registration form for Carrfield Medical Centre.
Once you have registered with a GP, you can make an appointment to see them when you need medical assistance. Most GP practices offer appointments for routine check-ups, general health concerns, and non-emergency medical issues. You can typically book appointments by phone or through the practice's website.
International students studying at Sheffield University can access healthcare services through the National Health Service (NHS) during their stay in the UK. Here's how they can do it:
Please note that healthcare policies and processes can change, so it's essential for students to keep themselves informed about the latest healthcare guidelines and regulations while studying at Sheffield University. The university's official website and the NHS website should be reliable sources for the most up-to-date information.
The National Health Service (NHS) is the UK’s state healthcare system. It provides a wide range of services including doctor's appointments and hospital treatment.
International Students are entitled to receive healthcare from the NHS (National Health Service) if:
You should register with a doctor as soon as possible after your arrival in Sheffield to get access to local healthcare services.
Use the Register now form on this page to join Carrfield Medical Centre; it only takes 2 minutes to register.