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Greenside SurgeryGreasbroughRotherham, S61 4PTTel: 01709 560887
Covid-19 vaccination status - please see our latest news section for the guidance on International Travel vaccination status.
Covid 19 Privacy Notice 2021
Practice Privacy Notice - May 2021
We will no longer be accepting prescription requests over the telephone. You can order via the Rotherham NHS App or Systmonline. You must order directly from the surgery unless you have access to above.
Flu vaccination programme update
Recent government announcement on flu vaccinations for Well people aged 50-64 has raised some questions amongst our patients. The government has advised that they will provide further guidance to the practice and the public, closer to the proposed vaccination programme date, which will be sometime in November and December for this group of patients.
However, someone aged 50-64 years old, who has a health condition that needs early vaccination will be invited by the practice to attend earlier.