Surgery Times

Monday 8.15 am - 6.00 pm
Tuesday 8.15 am - 6.00 pm
Wednesday 8.15 am - 6.00 pm
Thursday 8.15 am - 6.00 pm
Friday 8.15 am - 6.00 pm

Telephone lines are open 8.30am – 12.30pm and 2.30pm – 6.00pm daily Monday to Friday. We operate a queuing system. Please be patient. For non-urgent queries and prescriptions please message us on SystmOnline or via the NHS App.

When we are closed phone 111 for medical advice.

Please phone after 2.30pm for non urgent reasons.

Our clinicians can book evening or weekend appointments at other practices across the city for patients who need to be seen by a GP or nurse when this practice is closed. There are also Hubs dedicated where patients with possible COVID-19 can be seen. Click this link for further information:

Primary Care Sheffield 

HELP WITH UNIVERSAL CREDIT APPLICATIONS

 

Page Hall Medical Centre:

sustainable and equitable

community-based health care

:(Page Hall Medical Centre) پیج هال میڈ یکل سینٹر:
منصفانه اوراپنے آپ کو برقرار رکهنے والا کمیونٹی کی بنیاد پرمرکز صحت

العادله والمستمره :Page Hall Medical Centre

الرعاية الصحية المجتمعية

Page Hall Medical Centre: udržateľná a spravodlivá komunitná  zdravotná starostlivosť

 

JAMIA MASJID GHAUSIA SHEFFIELD

On 31.01.2021 a Clinic has been arranged for the Covid 19 Vaccine (Aztrazeneca), in conjunction with Foundry Primary Care Network and CCG at Jamia Ghausia Center.

Any male or female who is clinically extremely vulnerable (shielding) or over the age of 70, as well as care home or front line health and social care staff, can attend between 11.00am until 4.00pm.

Please contact:
Kashmir Malik: 07875708499 Waheed Nazir : 07930964224 to book an appointment.

Please provide your full name and date of birth by 27.01.2021

The patient must be registered at the following practices to take part in the Vaccination:

Sheffield medical centre
Burngreave surgery
Pitsmoor surgery
Upwell street
Page Hall
Firth park
Flowers medical centre
Southey medical centre
Wincobank medical centre

Thank you very much.

Jamia Ghausia Centre
Firth Park Road
Sheffield
S5 6WN

 

PAGE HALL MEDICAL CENTRE IS STILL OPEN.

However we will only see people by prior arrangement. Most of our appointments will now be by telephone or video link via your smartphone. Please avoid coming to the surgery for other reasons wherever possible.

To request an appointment, ask a clinician a question, or order a prescription, go online to message us via SystmOnline. If you are not yet registered, email us with your details on pagehall.patientmail@nhs.net and we will email you details.

You can message us as well as order prescriptions on your phone using the SystmOnline Apps -

ANDROID APP HERE, APPLE iPHONE APP HERE

 

For urgent medical care please go onto the 111 online service or phone the surgery before 11am. DO NOT MESSAGE US WITH URGENT PROBLEMS.

For routine enquiries where you are unable to message us please phone the surgery after 2.30pm.

PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL CALLS WILL BE RECORDED FOR AUDIT AND TRAINING PURPOSES.

We are doing everything we can to protect patients and staff. There is evidence that wearing a face covering may help stop a person infected with covid-19 from spreading the virus further. We are asking that you wear some form of face covering when visiting the practice, even if you do not have symptoms of covid-19. This can be as simple as a scarf or bandana that ties behind the head. Face coverings should not be used by children under the age of 3 or those who may find it difficult to manage them correctly - for example, those with respiratory conditions. See Staying Safe Outside Your Home.

At the door we will screen all patients and visitors for COVID like symptoms over our intercom system.

CORONAVIRUS ADVICE FOR EVERYONE - HERE

 

COVID-19 Vaccination is coming to Sheffield. You will be contacted when it's your turn. Here is the Government Priority list for Vaccination Phase 1

COVID-19 VACCINATION FACTS

BRITISH ISLAM MEDICAL ASSOCIATION STATEMENT

VACCINATION - THE FACTS IN URDU

ویکسینیشن - اردو میں حقائق

IMPERIAL COLLEGE - VACCINATION MYTHS

COVID-19 vaccination: guide for older adults

What to expect after your COVID-19 vaccination

 

NEW LOCKDOWN RULES FROM 5TH JANUARY 2021

 

CLICK HERE FOR OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL

 

CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19)

IF YOU HAVE SYMPTOMS OF FEVER, COUGH OR LOSS OF SENSE OF TASTE OR SMELL THIS MAY INDICATE INFECTION WITH COVID-19. YOU MUST STAY AT HOME FOR TEN DAYS AND BOOK A TEST. CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION ON COVID TESTING OR PHONE 119. FOR MORE INFORMATION SEE

NHS CORONAVIRUS.

STAY AT HOME ADVICE

IN OTHER LANGUAGES

 

 

If you need an isolation note for your employer click here - 111 isolation note

If you need a one week self certificate sick note because you are unwell, including if you think that you have COVID-19  - click here - HMRC SC2 (or main page)

 

GUIDANCE ON SHIELDING AND PROTECTING PEOPLE DEFINED ON MEDICAL GROUNDS AS EXTREMELY VULNERABLE FROM COVID-19- HERESUPPORT- HERE CHANGES FROM 2nd DECEMBER FOR EXTREMELY VULNERABLE PATIENTS HERE, SHIELDING UPDATE LETTER, IN OTHER LANGUAGES HERE

 

Advice on Coronavirus and children

 

Coronavirus support Quick Links

Coronavirus (Covid19) Guidance     -   Video

- Video    -     نشرة معلومات حول فیروس كورونا

- Video کروناواٴیرس)کووڈ۔19(رھنماٴی

Coronavirus (Covid19) Poučenie

Hagaha koroonafayras (Covid19)     -    Video

Social isolation and distancing

- NHS Mental Health App Library

- SHEFFIELD MENTAL HEALTH GUIDE - YOUNG PEOPLE

- NHS Mental Health Every Mind Matters

Guidance for social distancing and for vulnerable people

- Sheffield City Council Phone number for vulnerable adults and over 70's living in isolation - 0114 205 7120 (9-5 Monday-Friday)

Sheffield City Council Information and Updates on Services

- Sheffield City Council Looking after your mental wellbeing during the COVID-19 outbreak

Video from the critical care team at Northern General Hospital

MEDICAL ADVICE - IF YOU NEED ADVICE ON OTHER MEDICAL PROBLEMS PLEASE LOOK AT THIS LINK FOR EXCELLENT INFORMATION.

NHS CONDITIONS

 

PLEASE GO TO LATEST NEWS FOR UPDATES

 

Page Hall Medical Centre is an inner city practice, taking patients from within a 1 mile (approx) radius of Owler Lane, covering Page Hall, Firvale, Northern General Hospital, Crabtree Estate, Earl Marshall, Wensley Estate, and Firth Park (as far as Hucklow Road).

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We achieved the Commitment to Quality award in 2000 and Investors in People accreditation in 2001 and 2009.

We became a teaching practice for medical students in 2001 and started training GP registrars in 2003.

Our practice cares for around 7900 patients, 83% of whom are from ethnic minorities, from many countries around the world. We frequently use interpreters in our work. We recognise that many patients in this area have severe and complex health needs, and we try to make sure that they have access to the care they need.

We are a very busy practice, so please be patient if there are delays. Please cancel appointments that are no longer needed as soon as possible. We welcome your views on all aspects of the care we offer.