As part of our working with other local GP Practices within our Network area, Crofton and Sharlston Medical Practice reviewed how it offered services to our young people registered at the practice and welcomed the opportunity to work with the local Youth Association Group – Growing Yorkshire’s Future
We are pleased to announce following an inspection and assessment we have received an award from the Youth Association Group for becoming a young people friendly practice.
Over the last 12 months or so, we have been working closely with other practices, the CCG (clinical commissioning group) and other services offering support to our young people. This section is to share with you things we have been developing or offering to this group.
To our registered young people – please take a look and if you have any comments or suggestions please we would welcome you contacting the Practice Manager with feedback via telephone 01924 866915 or email [email protected]
The practice received a visit by the Young Inspectors who spoke to staff, management and a GP and then performed an inspection of the building. They also asked us to take part in a local survey asking young people what they thought of our services. The report produced and feedback was very positive and the practice is currently reviewing services offered.
The practice is pleased to announce that we have been awarded a plaque for both location sites, confirming we have met the standards they were looking for.
Young People Services
Services offered specifically for young people – other than anything and everything you would like to discuss confidentiality with a clinician – GP, Nurse Prescriber or Practice Nurse, we also link with Spectrum Health and can provide the following if you are signed up to the schemes.
Choice of contraception
“Where can I get contraception?” “Which method of contraception suits me?” “I’m under 16 – can I get contraception?” Whatever questions you have about getting and using contraception, this guide can help.
Who to book an appointment with
All our doctors can prescribe pills, rings, patches and injections. For further information please contact the Practice.
Sexually transmitted disease
Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) are passed from one person to another through unprotected sex or genital contact.
You can be tested for STIs at a sexual health clinic, genitourinary medicine (GUM) clinic or GP surgery. Search for a sexual health clinic near you and find out what services they offer.
Confidential NHS postal testing service
We have tested over 1 million people for the sexually transmitted infections (STIs) chlamydia, gonorrhoea, HIV and syphilis with 99% of results given within 72 hours.
Condoms are available for free from your sexual health clinic and from other sexual health organisations. They may also be available from the Practice.
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