Contact Us Online

Contact The Surgery Online

By clicking the photo above you can contact the surgery online, we have some availability for our patients throughout the day but if you are unable to submit your AccuRx form or if we aren't accepting requests right now please call us on 0114 263 6100 and a receptionist will gladly take your call. 

New From November 2023

As of 27th of November the surgery will be changing our online Triage Service from eConsult to AccuRx, we hope this will integrate better with our system and will be a better experience for our patients when communicating with the practice online. If you would like to know more about how to submit a request you can watch the video to the left. 

eConsult Finished - 12 June 2023 - 24th November


Sheffield Minor Ailments Scheme

Before you submit a triage form, you may not need to speak to a GP as you can get over the counter medication for minor illnesses through your local Pharmacist. Please see some information below regarding where to find medication through the Sheffield Minor Ailements Scheme. 

Community Pharmacist Information

Useful information about your community pharmacist

Some useful information to consider before contacting your GP about the Sheffield Minor Ailments Scheme and access to medicines that can be bought over the counter.

Sheffield Minor Ailments Scheme

Your community pharmacist is a highly trained healthcare professional who can provide expert, confidential advice on common illnesses and provide effective over the counter medicines to treat them.

The cost to the NHS of prescribing medications that can be purchased inexpensively over the counter is enormous. For that reason, paracetamol, cold remedies, muscle rubs, vitamin and mineral supplements such as vitamin D, and hay fever medication are no longer prescribed by your GP. To learn more, click on the link below.

Treatments available over the counter (

Many community pharmacies in Sheffield offer advice and treatment for minor ailments list below via the Minor Ailments Scheme (MAS). If you are exempt from prescription charges, these treatments will be free. All Pharmacies have a consultation area where you can speak to the pharmacist privately. You don’t need an appointment, and many are open during the evening and weekends.

List of ailments the Community Pharmacist can help with:

Athletes Foot

Blocked nose

Chicken pox

Cold sores


Sore throat


Eczema (Dermatitis)

Eye Infection

Haemorrhoids (Piles)

Hay Fever

Head lice



Temperature (Fever)



Tummy upset

Insect bites and stings

Mouth ulcer

Muscular pain

Nappy rash

Period pain

Pruritus (Itching)



Thrush (vaginal and oral)



For more information, speak to your local pharmacy team.