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Flu Clinics

Due to a supplier problem there is a delay in delivery of the under 65 flu vaccine resulting in some changes to our clinic as below:

If you are eligible for a flu injection our walk-in sessions are on:

  • 14th Oct 8.30-12.00 noon at Sheffield  Road (65 and over)
  • 21st Oct 8.30-12.00 noon at Worsbrough Health Centre (65 and over)
  • 28th Oct 8.30-12.00 noon at Sheffield Road (under 65)

We are holding a flu clinic for children on:

  • 28th Oct 4.00-6.00pm at Sheffield Road


Shingles Vaccine

Anyone that has not had a shingles vaccine who is in their 70's (born after 01/09/42) or aged between 78-80 years, please contact the practice to make an appointment with one of the Practice Nurses.

Extended Hours

We have been offering extended hours from the 1st July 2019 with either a GP/Advanced Nurse Practitioner/Practice Nurse/Health Care Assistant.  We review the demand and change the sessions accordingly and at present we find the following days are more popular:

  • Monday from 7.00am
  • Tuesday from 7.00am
  • Wednesday from 7.30am
  • Friday from 7.00am


From the 1st April 2019 our branch site (Worsbrough Health Centre) will be open every Thursday until 6.30pm and NOT 4.00pm

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Antibiotic Campaign

Antibiotic resistance is not a distant threat but is in fact one of the most dangerous global crisis facing the world today.  Taking antibiotics when you don't need them puts you and your family at risk of developing infections which cannot be easily treated with antibiotics.  Without urgent action from all of us, common infections, minor injuries and routine operations will become much riskier.

We urge patients with long-term health conditions, pregnant women, children aged 2-3 years and over 65 years, to have a flu vaccination to help 'stay well this winter'.


Barnsley CCG as an organisation  have a responsibility for planning and buying healthcare to ensure that the people who live in the borough have access to the right type of services locally.

 We have been working with our local GP Practices  over the past year to put in place a change to how patients order their repeat prescriptions and we’d like your views and comments on this to help us to determine how effective this work has been.

 All of the information that you provide will be kept private and confidential and your details will not be shared. 

 The survey should take no longer than five minutes to complete and any comments and feedback that you can provide us with will be much appreciated. 

This can either be completed online via the link on our website at or via paper copy and returned to us via the freepost address highlighted at the end. 

 The closing date for your feedback is Thursday 31st January and can access via this link

If you have any questions or experience any issues with the survey please contact us via the details provided below;

Advice line: 01226 433771

(9am - 4pm, Monday to Friday)



i-HEART Service


The i-HEART service was initially developed in 2015 to provide extended access to Primary Care services to patients registered with a Barnsley-based GP. The aim of the services was to deliver improved access medical advice, resulting in improved health outcomes.



However, we also recognise some areas of the service no longer address the needs of our patients. Our priority continues to be the delivery of safe and effective care however based on our review findings we do not feel the current telephone triage service being delivered by i-HEART meets all of these fundamental requirements.


So please note i-HEART is changing. We have introduced a number of new measures which will change the way in which the service is delivered. The following changes will come into effect from Monday 1st October 2018.


  • Patients registered with a Barnsley GP can access the i-HEART service by calling the telephone number 01226 242419 between 4.00pm – 6.00pm Monday to Friday and 8.00am – 9.30am during weekends and on Bank Holidays
  • The i-HEART have evening clinic times between 6.30pm -10.30pm Monday-Friday and 10.00am - 1.00pm during the weekend and bank holiday. 
  • Patients requiring non-emergency medical attention should call their GP in the first instance or NHS 111 outside of the i-HEART opening hours.

Our next Patient Panel Group is on 19th June 2019 at 2.00pm at Sheffield Road Surgery - please come along and join our patient group and have your say.

General Data General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) - implemented 25th May 2018

We are committed to ensure that your privacy is protected and compliant with GDPR.  We hold your personal/medical data and sometimes it is shared with other health professions in relation to medical care.  Please advise a member of our team should you wish to dissent from sharing.

When to order your repeat prescriptions

We recommend ordering your repeat medications 7 -10 days before your supply is due to run out.

This gives enough time for us to issue your repeat prescription and time for you to collect or have your items delivered from your pharmacist. We work with you and your pharmacist to ensure you get your items safely and on time.

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