Charnock Primary Care Centre

Charnock Primary Care Centre

This is the official practice Facebook site. It’s aim is to share information relevant to patients

01/02/2023
31/01/2023

If you are struggling with a bereavement, it can really help to meet others who are going through a similar experience.

A new Bereavement Support Group will be taking place every first Monday of the month 1pm-3pm at the Community Room, Woodhouse Community Hub and Library, 524 Stradbroke Road, S13 7GD.

Contact Jan on 07724 634 359 or [email protected] for more details

29/01/2023

It can be tricky deciding whether or not to keep your child off school when they are unwell.

Follow this advice on when to keep your child home: http://nhs.uk/live-well/is-my-child-too-ill-for-school

28/01/2023

Even when the weather's not great it's really good for us to get outside - why not join us next for our walk and talk or toddler trail sessions that are happening across the city, we'd love to see you!

For more information or to book please visit http://sheffield-family-centres.eventbrite.com

Photos from nhs.uk's post 28/01/2023

Photos from nhs.uk's post

28/01/2023

NHS Heath Checks

Unfortunately the funding for NHS Health checks was suspended by the current government just before Covid 19.

If you have any concerns regarding your health please book in with Lynette our ANP who will assess you and instigate appropriate blood tests if required.

🩺🩸

28/01/2023

Surgery BP machine.

Please read the instructions carefully before using the surgery BP machine as many contributing factors during the time recorded, may cause an abnormally raised BP.

If you would like the nurses to assess your readings please hand the small printed slip into reception. If your BP needs assessment one of the nurses will contact you.

Please be advised a raised BP reading above current recommended targets, will instigate 7 days of home readings to work out a more accurate average. Unfortunately due to surgery machines not being returned we now have no loan stock available, so we will recommend you purchase your own machine. Alternatively you may use the surgery machine in reception twice daily for 7 days.

Thankyou for helping us to keep you all healthy
The Nursing Team 🩺

28/01/2023

It has been brought to our attention via another Facebook site that some patients have experienced a problem with their appointment when booked into the extended hours appointments at Woodhouse Hub.
If you have experienced any problems with your appointment not being booked upon your arrival at Woodhouse please contact our reception supervisor Becky, so we can look into why this may have happened via the bolt on booking service.

Thankyou Reception Staff

27/01/2023

We still have nasal spray’s left. If your child was over 2ys before 31/8/22 and have not started school yet then please book in next week.

27/01/2023

😃 We have spaces for new members at our Gateway social groups!
😃 Gateway has a range of actvities on offer including a disco, quiz nights, baking, bingo, games, sports, crafts and theme nights. Hot drinks and food are available.
😃 Gateway clubs are for people with a learning disability and/or autism aged 18 and over. New members can look forward to a warm welcome in a safe, inclusive and friendly place with experienced staff.
😃 Gateway is held at Sheffield Mencap and Gateway, in our centre purpose-built for people with additional needs. It is easily accessible by tram and bus. There are three Gateway clubs each week on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 6:30pm - 8:30pm.
😃 For more information, or to book a free trial session, please get in touch with Laura at [email protected] or on 01142767757.

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26/01/2023

Knowing how to spot if someone’s struggling with their mental health isn’t always easy and everyone is different.

But knowing some signs to keep an eye out for can help you better support yourself and others.

There’s lots of support and advice around mental health on Childline’s website, click the link in our bio to check it out 🔗

26/01/2023

Jodie encourages people to go to their cervical screening

25/01/2023

Respiratory Syncytial Virus () is a common winter and the most common cause of bronchiolitis in children under 2. Most cases are mild but in some children it can be more serious.

Learn more about ➡ https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/bronchiolitis/

25/01/2023

Lost Chord: FREE Dementia Friendly Singalong Session

Wednesdays from 1st Feb
11.15 till 12.15
Quaker Meeting House, 10 St James Street, S1 2EW

25/01/2023

Please book your appointment today if you are overdue we want to see you!

It’s Cervical Cancer Prevention Week. Cervical screening can help stop cancer before it starts, so don't ignore your invite.

If you missed your last one, book an appointment with your GP practice. You may also be able to book with your local sexual health service.

➡️ nhs.uk/cervicalscreening

Strep A: What is invasive group A streptococcus? 25/01/2023

Strep A: What is invasive group A streptococcus?

Strep A: What is invasive group A streptococcus? Group A streptococcus is a type of bacteria often found in the throat and on the skin. The bacteria can sometimes cause serious illness and complications.

25/01/2023

Strep A

Please be aware of worsening of symptoms even if your child is taking the antibiotics. Access emergency care if you feel they are becoming severely more unwell

22/01/2023
22/01/2023

Not sure how to talk to young people about alcohol?

Visit 👉 www.pha.site/YourChildAndAlcohol for our leaflet with some tips and advice on starting the conversation.

It's best not to wait until your child starts drinking before bringing it up, have the chat now.

21/01/2023

We’re offering vaccination clinics so that children who are Clinically Extremely Vulnerable (CEV), or live with someone who is CEV, can get their next COVID-19 vaccination.

First, second or third (booster) doses will be available by appointment at the Sheffield Children’s Hospital site on the following dates:

✅ Ages 5-11 on Sunday 29 January between 9.30am and 4.30pm. Please note that for this age group there must be a gap of at least 8 weeks between their first and second doses. Please use this online booking form to make an appointment - https://www.sheffieldchildrens.nhs.uk/5-11-covid-vaccination-booking-form-cev/

✅ Ages 12-15 on Sunday 5 February between 9.30am and 4.15pm. Please use this online booking form to make an appointment - https://www.sheffieldchildrens.nhs.uk/12-15-covid-vaccinations/

If your child has tested positive for COVID-19 and is CEV or is living with someone who is CEV, they need to wait four weeks after having a positive COVID test before receiving another vaccine.

Please do not book an appointment if your child does not meet the criteria above.

21/01/2023

We now have 171 welcome places across Sheffield offering warm drinks and trusted support. Find your nearest one at https://www.vas.org.uk/sheffield-living-crisis-map-of-support/

21/01/2023

Free NHS Talking Therapies to Help Improve How You Feel

19/01/2023

Information relating to hospital and community services on 18th and 19th January due to industrial action

National industrial action by the Royal College of Nursing will involve Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust on Wednesday 18th and Thursday 19th January.

Careful planning for the action has been undertaken and patients who have either a hospital or community health service appointment or procedure booked on either of the two days should attend as planned unless contacted by the Trust.

We are continuing to provide essential community nursing services and any patients whose normal arrangements need to change have been notified.

Emergency and maternity care is not impacted by the action however, the Minor Injures Unit at the Hallamshire Hospital which is nurse led will need to be closed on Wednesday 18th and Thursday 19th January. If you require advice or treatment for a minor injury during this closure, please call 111, speak to your GP, or local pharmacy or visit https://sheffieldurgentcare.co.uk/. Please do not visit A&E unless it is a genuine emergency.

Visiting times at all our hospitals are not affected and relatives and carers are welcome to attend as normal on both days.

This information can be found on our website www.sth.nhs.uk

19/01/2023

Following the announcement from the Royal College of Nursing there will be industrial action taking place at Sheffield Children’s today (18 January) and Thursday 19 January.

During this time emergency care will be available and appointments should be attended as normal. Patient safety is our primary focus.

We know the main entrance to the hospital and Emergency Department (ED) may look different on these days. We’re expecting a number of people to be outside.

The main entrance and the ED entrance will be open and you’ll be able to access it as normal.

If you are unsure about how the strikes will affect you, please check our website for more information: https://www.sheffieldchildrens.nhs.uk/news/royal-college-of-nursing-industrial-action-information-for-patients-and-families/

We want to thank all patients and families for their patience and support during this period.

17/01/2023

Sheffield DACT - Increasing Safety Identifying Risk Inspiring Change

Sheffield DACT - Increasing Safety Identifying Risk Inspiring Change Sheffield Drug and Alcohol/Domestic Abuse Coordination Team (DACT) are responsible for two separate areas of work; support for victims of domestic abuse, and support and treatment for drug and alcohol misuse.

17/01/2023

Please be aware the surgery is open as usual on these days. Our nurses are not affected by the industrial action.

Information relating to hospital and community services on 18th and 19th January due to industrial action

National industrial action by the Royal College of Nursing will involve Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust on Wednesday 18th and Thursday 19th January.

Careful planning for the action has been undertaken and patients who have either a hospital or community health service appointment or procedure booked on either of the two days should attend as planned unless contacted by the Trust.

We are continuing to provide essential community nursing services and any patients whose normal arrangements need to change have been notified.

Emergency and maternity care is not impacted by the action however, the Minor Injures Unit at the Hallamshire Hospital which is nurse led will need to be closed on Wednesday 18th and Thursday 19th January. If you require advice or treatment for a minor injury during this closure, please call 111, speak to your GP, or local pharmacy or visit https://sheffieldurgentcare.co.uk/. Please do not visit A&E unless it is a genuine emergency.

Visiting times at all our hospitals are not affected and relatives and carers are welcome to attend as normal on both days.

This information can be found on our website www.sth.nhs.uk

17/01/2023

If the temperature in your area is 0°C or below for 7 consecutive days, you may be eligible for a Cold Weather Payment.

Payments are automatic and you don’t need to apply for it.

Check if you’re eligible👇

https://www.gov.uk/cold-weather-payment

17/01/2023
17/01/2023

Industrial Action update - Hallamshire Minor Injuries Unit closed 18th and 19th January.

The Minor injuries at the Hallamshire Hospital will be closed on the 18th and 19th of January 2023. Please visit this website https://sheffieldurgentcare.co.uk/ for alternative care options and please only use A&E if it is a genuine emergency.

12/01/2023

📢 Here are the ADHD Information Café drop-in morning dates for 2023.

All parents and carers of children with ADHD are welcome to attend (no diagnosis needed)

12/01/2023
Sheffield Support Hub 12/01/2023

Sheffield Support Hub

SHEFFIELD SUPPORT HUB LAUNCH

Are you feeling distressed, anxious, or that things are too much for you?

Open Monday-Friday, 6pm-midnight and Saturday-Sunday, 2pm-midnight.

Sheffield Support Hub offers free mental health support to anyone aged over 16, in a safe and supportive environment.

There’s no need to be referred and no need for an appointment.

Please click the link for more information -

Sheffield Support Hub The Sheffield Support Hub offers free mental health support in a welcoming, comfortable, non-judgmental, and non-clinical environment.

12/01/2023
10/01/2023

It can be tricky deciding whether or not to keep your child off school when they are unwell.

Follow this advice on when to keep your child home: http://nhs.uk/live-well/is-my-child-too-ill-for-school

10/01/2023
10/01/2023
06/01/2023

Join the people in Sheffield quitting smoking. You are strong enough to quit smoking for good.

06/01/2023

Language around diabetes is critical to ending diabetes stigma, blame and shame. Let us be kind in words and action, and learn more about someone's condition before jumping to conclusions.

Photos from Breastfeeding in Sheffield's post 05/01/2023

Photos from Breastfeeding in Sheffield's post

05/01/2023

Symptoms of flu include a high temperature, body aches and fatigue. If you think you have flu stay at home and rest until you feel better. Call NHS 111 if you have an underlying health condition or feel really unwell.

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