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Government COVID guidance changed on Monday 19th July 2021
We have decided as a practice that our doors will remain closed
We are still open and operating as usual, but we need to restrict the number of  patients in the building at any one time.  We feel that we have worked extremely hard over the last 18 months keeping our patients and staff safe, which we will continue to do so in the coming months
To protect our staff and vulnerable patients we expect a mask to be worn when in practice. Masks can be provided on request
Many thanks for your cooperation. - Woodhouse Health Centre 


Welcome to Woodhouse Health Centre. The Practice was newly formed in 2008 by merging of Dr. Spinks and Dr. Mitchell partnerships.  Prior to the merger both surgeries were well established in the centre of Woodhouse village before transferring to Woodhouse Medical Centre in 1989.  We offer a full general practice service and run specialist clinics for children, pregnant women, diabetes, asthma sufferers and for patients needing warfarin management.  We aim to allow ample time for listening explanation and advice, so as to promote the better health of each patient in our care.  Read MoreCovid Practice Procedures after 19th July 2021

New NHS England Data Sharing Policy

There have been many reports in the press and social media regarding what this data policy means to the general-public.  Many of these stories are either false, or misinterpreted.  NHS England have produced a “Mythbusting” website aimed at helping patients understand what this data sharing policy is about.  For more information please follow this link:

Universal Credit

The number of Universal Credit claimants has risen dramatically in the city. As the Job Retention Scheme comes to an end, and many people are made redundant, there is expected to be a second large spike in UC applications. This is likely to cause issues for households whose UC income falls significantly short of their expenditure.  Citizens Advice expect a 30% increase in demand for their services as lockdown eases more.

For help and advice regarding Universal Credit please click here

Social Prescribers

We have 2 social prescribers who are affiliated with our practice.  Please see the .pdf's below for more information:

Who do I see - Advice Checker

Find out who you should be seeing:

Young Carers

The UK Government has released some helpful advice for young carers during the COVID-19 pandemic - please see their webpage here

Kooth - online Counselling and Peer Support service for Children and Young People aged 11-18 with online forums and self-help articles available 24/7 and online counselling from 12 noon -10pm on weekdays and from 6-10 pm at weekends.
Sheffield Children’s Mental Health Helpline - 0808 275 8892- This is a helpline for children, staffed by Sheffield Futures and CAMHS staff, able to give advice and support to young people. Open 9am to 9pm.
Sheffield Futures/Door 43— A young people's charity based in Sheffield providing mentoring and specialist support including peer support, counselling and wellbeing cafes-see also
Gold Digger Trust- Charity working with young people on wellbeing and self-esteem.

Pathway is the UK’s leading homeless healthcare charity, helping the NHS to create hospital teams to support homeless patients. Each team includes a specialist GP, nurses, allied health professionals, housing experts and in some hospitals, Pathway Care Navigators: people who were once homeless who we train to support homeless patients.

Pathway teams provide patients with:

  • Housing and benefits advice
  • Help to recover important documents such as birth certificates, passports etc
  • Links to community services
  • Support and collaboration with other clinicians e.g. advice on drug interactions
  • Complex care planning and discharge liaison
  • Referral for addictions support
  • Help with GP registration
  • Fresh clothes, shoes and other basics (for example where these have been destroyed because of infection/infestation)
  • Help to reconnect with loved ones

Sheffield Sexual Health Service Changes

SSHS have updated their website and information packs available to the public.


Self Help Centre

Out of Hours Hub

Woodhouse Health Centre operates one of Primary Care Sheffield (PCS) Out of Hours Hub services.  PCS provide a range of NHS urgent and routine healthcare services on weekday evenings and at weekends through four ‘satellite hubs’ across Sheffield.  For more information click the picture below: