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You may be aware that we experienced major problems with our telephone system yesterday (14th November).  The system appears to be functioning correctly now.  We apologise for any inconvenience you may have experienced yesterday.


The Best GP Surgery in Sheffield - As Rated by You Once Again!

We are absolutely delighted at the news that you have rated us as the best GP Surgery in Sheffield in the GP Patient Survey carried out between January and March 2018.  

For more details please see the information below and click here. 

Hollies Patient Forum

The Hollies Patient Forum is a group of patients who meet on a quarterly basis to discuss practice matters.  The aim of the HPF is to bring patients, clinicians and practice leadership together to help to give patients a say in the way services are delivered to best meet their needs, and the needs of the community.

* Please note, the Hollies Patient Forum was previously called the Patient Participation Group. 

We would like to know how we can improve our service to you and how you perceive our surgery and staff. If you would like to join the HPF or the Virtual Group (see next tab) please contact Mike Loughlin, Vice Chair of the HPF at:




Angela Taylor at the Hollies Patient Forum:


HPF Minutes June 4th 2018

HPF Minutes March 2018

HPF Developments February 2018


HPF Minutes September 2017

HPF Action Plan 2017

HPF Minutes June 17

HPF Minutes March 2017

HPF Newsletter Spring 2017


HPF Minutes Dec 2016

HPF Newsletter Summer 2016

HPF Action Plan 2016

HPF Minutes Sept 2016

HPF Minutes June 2016

Patient Participation Group Minutes 7th March 2016


Patient Participation Group Minutes 18th May 2015Patient Participation Group Minutes 23rd February 2015Patient Participation Group Minutes 21st September 2015
Patient Participation Group Minutes 9th December 2015

 HPF Constitution and Terms of Reference

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