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OPT IN FOR TEXT REMINDERS AND UPDATES

Changes in data rules mean that if you do not tell us you wish to continue receiving text reminders and messages you will not receive any future texts. Please text OPTIN to 07800000199 if you would like to resume this service.

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APPRENTICE OF THE YEAR- AND MENTOR RUNNER UP

As a committed apprentice employer, we are delighted to announce that

Courtney WON Sheffield apprentice of the year

Lynne as a highly commended runner up as her mentor

They were presented their awards at the Showroom Cinema in Sheffield

 

 

FLU CLINICS -2018

The NHS has released new guidance for 2018 winters flu jabs. In order to offer improved protection, over 65's will be given a vaccine which protects against even more strains of the virus. The under 65 vaccine we offer is also being enhanced. In order to acquire these improved vaccines we are going to be slightly later in offering flu clinics. We will keep you up to date as we open flu clinics

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Getting out into the community

Over the coming months we are ensuring our services are engaging more with the community. Please see our newsletter and noticeboards in practice, to find out about all the activities (mainly free) available in the locality for you to access.

                                                                      


 

PPG looking for interested patients -PATIENT PARTICIPATION GROUP

We wish to re-establish our PPG and are looking for patients who are interested. Our first topic is to discuss any proposed changes and what we are doing to manage demand. If you are interested please email us at SHECCG.AvenueMC@nhs.net or call the practice and leave a message for the Practice Manager Lynsey Hughes

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