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Young Persons eefo Clinic

Young Persons Clinic:  Walk-in clinic Monday 4.30pm-5.30pm

We offer  Drop-in clinics every Monday between 4.30pm and 5.30pm for all Young People between the ages of 13 and 19 years.  You do not have to be registered at the Practice.

This clinic is held by Ginette Kearey and Sandra Chadwick who  offer confidential, friendly advice on any health worries including contraception and sexual health.  Sandra Chadwick also offers chlamydia screening. 

There is no need to make a appointment or check in at Reception - just come into the surgery and take a seat in the Nurses waiting area. There is a notice board and infomation available to take away in our conservatory. 

Young Persons Clinic:  Walk-in clinic 4.30pm-5.30pm

Sunnyside Surgery has the EEFO level two award.

EEFO works with services to make sure they are young people friendly. This means that if you need any help or advice you can look for services that have been EEFO Approved on the website. Once a service has been EEFO Approved it means that service has met the quality standards so you can be sure that the following issues have been addressed:

Confidentiality and Consent

Child Protection

Easy to access

Welcoming Environment

Staff trained on issues young people face

Clear publicity

Signposting to other services

Involvement of young people in service design

EEFO  =  Young  People  Friendly Services

Any service that has been EEFO Approved promises that they will:

Respect your rights to talk to someone without anyone else knowing, this can be explained to you in their confidentiality policy;

Even if they cannot help you they will still treat your enquiry confidentially;

There will be at least one member of staff who has a special interest in young people's health;

They understand that you want to use the service when the times are best for you, this may for example be at lunchtimes or after school or college;

They understand that you may not want to wait in a crowded waiting room with everyone else from the town/village;

You can get up-to-date information about the health matters that concern you;

They want to know what you think about them, and how you feel they could improve their service;

If they cannot help they will be able to help you find someone who can.

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