Here you will find information on the latest public consultations from NHS South Yorkshire.

In legislation the NHS has different duties with regards involving the public and consulting with the public. We follow the Working in partnership with people and communities: Statutory guidance

If you have any questions on any of the public consultations on this page, please visit the Contact Us page.

NHS England have their own page dedicated to national engagement and consultations that they are running. You can find that page here if you would like to contribute to a national exercise.

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Proposed relocation of PCS City and PCS Mulberry

We have a once in a generation opportunity to improve healthcare for people in Sheffield. £37m in government funding is available to transform general practice across the city. Most of this money is being used to build new health centres in some of the areas that need them most, bringing together GP and other services all under one roof.

PCS City and PCS Mulberry proposed to relocate to a new site at the former Royal Bank of Scotland building on Church Street. The building would be renovated and remodelled to better meet the needs of the practices.

The consultation ran from 31 July to 29 October 2023.

For further information about the consultation and to feedback your thoughts click here.

Thinking about changes to non-surgical cancer outpatient appointments

We want to hear from:

  • Cancer patients and their carers so we can understand how changing where cancer patients go for planning and review appointments with a cancer specialist affects them.
  • More of our local residents, to understand what they think is important for patients when they attend these appointments, and what we should be taking into account as we think about the challenges.

The involvement activity will take place from 6 March to 13 April.

For further information, please click here.

Public consultation on new health hubs planned for Bentley and Rossington in Doncaster

Public consultation on two new proposed health centres in the Bentley and Rossington areas of Doncaster begins on Monday 16 January.

For a period of 12 weeks, people affected by the plans are being invited to give their views through surveys and public meetings.

For further information, please click here 

Public consultation on clinical genomics services in England - have your say

NHS England has launched a public consultation on changes to the way clinical genomics services are delivered in England.  For more information click here

The consultation is open from Thursday 1 September and will close at midnight on Friday 30 September.

Proposal to relocate nine GP practices to new health centres in Sheffield

Public consultation 1 August 2022 to 9 October 2022

A public consultation over plans to invest millions in building new GP health centres launches 1 August 2022.

Sheffield has been given £37m to improve primary care buildings in the city.

Most of this money could be used to build new health centres in areas that need them most, bringing together GP and other services all under one roof.

As part of this four new health centres could be built in 2023. If GPs move, their current surgeries will close, so we want to hear from patients and communities about what they think of these plans.

Find out more and have your say on the proposed changes here.