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Changes Planned for Urgent Primary Care in Sheffield

Changes Planned for Urgent Primary Care in Sheffield

Sheffield Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) has recently revealed plans to open a new Urgent Treatment Centre at the Northern General and close both the Minor Injuries Unit at the Hallamshire Hospital and the Broad Lane Walk-in Centre near the city centre.

There will also be changes to out-of-hours access to GPs and the way urgent eye care is delivered.

The CCG have asked the people of Sheffield from all backgrounds and communities to let them know their thoughts about the proposed changes.

You can view the consultation document, give your views online and/or book a place at consultations events taking place across the city between now and December here .

Alternatively you could get in touch with Healthwatch Sheffield by emailing info@healthwatchsheffield.co.uk or calling 0114 253 6688. Healthwatch Sheffield will then compile the feedback received and give it to the CCG at the end of the consultation.

The deadline for giving your views is Monday 18th December.


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