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Shiregreeen and Firth Park Hub - Overview and Consultation Events

Are you a patient at Firth Park Surgery, Shiregreen Medical Centre, or Melrose Surgery? If so, there are proposals to change the buildings where these GP surgeries might operate from in the future. A new building at Concord Sports Centre is proposed so that all the above surgery buildings can can close. A map of the proposals is available from the link on the left.

There are public meetings being run by NHS and local community organisations detailed later. If you cannot make these or would prefer a smaller setting, then Disability Sheffield are running a Zoom session to discuss the impacts for disabled people and hear your thoughts on the consultation survey. Join us on the 26th of September at 2pm on Zoom by contacting consultations@disabilitysheffield.org.uk in advance for the login details.

You will need to look at the full details of the proposal which can be found here and we recommend you read this before completing the consultation survey. You can contact us at consultations@disabilitysheffield.org.uk: if you have any accessibility difficulties using the materials prepared by the NHS. The above emails address can also be used to share any thoughts on this topic by the end of September.

Public meeting information supplied by the NHS. Sessions are run by the NHS and local community groups as follows:

  • 19th August at 11:30am at Firth Park Methodist Centre.
  • 26th August at 12noon at Shiregreen and District Community Association.
  • 6th September at 6:30pm at Firth Park Methodist Centre.
  • 9th of September at 5:30pm at Shiregreen District and Community Association.

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