Appointments 0114 268 4567   » Emergencies

Ante-natal clinics
Baby checks and first immunisations
Wednesdays 10.30-11.00am
with Dr Wight.

Antenatal clinic
Monday 1-3pm
with our attached midwife.


We provide nurse led services offering dietary advice, smoking cessation advice and prescriptions, travel vaccinations and health advice, diabetes clinics, heart disease clinics, vaccinations, cervical smears, dressings, blood pressure monitoring, asthma clinics, chronic lung disease clinics, and post-natal check-ups.

Blood Tests
If a clinician has advised you need a blood test there are two options of where you can have your test done:
The Royal Hallamshire Hospital Phlebotomy drop in clinic, C Floor Monday to Friday 7.30am – 5.20pm For more information click here
Royal Hallamshire Phlebotomy

The Sheffield Teaching Hospitals drive through phlebotomy has now moved to 183 Longley Lane (formerly the blood service site) it is open Monday to Friday 8am to 5pm (excluding bank holidays) and Saturdays 8.30am – 1pm. Please click on download for more information on the service [ download PDF ]

If you are unable to attend either option above please contact reception to discuss an alternative.

Family planning
Family planning advice can be provided by the Doctors and Nurses.

Chlamydia screening
Everyone between 15-25 years old is offered annual screening for this infection. We provide testing kits for this discreet service and all that is required is a urine sample. For more information go to

Travel Vaccination Clinics
Travel Vaccination Request Form[ download PDF ]

Please complete a form for each member of the family travelling and ensure they are completed at least 6-8 weeks prior to travelling. Please note some travel vaccinations do incur a charge, details of charges are on the travel vaccination request form. We are unable to offer a travel service to any patient who fills their form in less than 4 weeks prior to travel.

Young Person’s Link Worker
My name is Connor Watkins and I am the Young Person’s Link Worker for Rustlings Road Surgery part of the Porter Valley Primary Care Network.
If you are aged between 13 -18 and having difficulties with low mood, anxiety, poor confidence or self-esteem, I can work with you to understand more about how you’re feeling and help you find your way into well-being boosting activities to support your health and wellbeing.
This could be introducing you to social events, community activities and support services, helping you build the confidence to engage with these independently and tackle other issues you may be facing such as emotional problems, loneliness, isolation and difficulties with education and employment.
For further information and details of services available click on the link below below or ask your GP
[Young Person’s Wellbeing & Support PDF ]