A CROSLAND Moor surgery, devastated by fire last week, is to move to new premises.
Crosland Moor Health Centre is due to move to a temporary base at St Luke's Hospital on Wednesday.
A fire in the health centre last Wednesday gutted parts of the building.
The three-doctor practice has held temporary surgeries at Crosland Moor Community Centre in the immediate aftermath of the fire, and went ahead with a flu clinic at the weekend.
Dr Viv Martin, a GP at Crosland Moor Health Centre, said: "We are doing the most that we possibly can. Anybody who is urgent is being seen without a doubt.
"But we are asking people to contact us later in the week, when we will have much better facilities, if they have a problem that can wait."
Dr Martin said that the practice would be moving into premises at St Luke's Hospital, vacated by the South West Yorkshire Mental Health Trust.
And she said it was not the first time that the surgery had had to relocate to St Luke's.
"We were burned out six years ago in an arson attack and had to move to St Luke's then," she said.
"This time we will be in much more accessible premises, near to the main entrance."
Parking spaces would be allocated for GP patients.
Dr Martin said that all patient records were saved but doctors had had difficulty accessing them in their entirety.