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999 and A&E Departments are for life threatening emergencies. For everything else call 111 for free, 24/7. Trained staff can give you immediate health advice and direct you to the right care in your area. 

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Extended Access to GP services-Kirklees Survey 

NHS Greater Huddersfield and NHS North Kirklees Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) want to improve the healthcare available to people living in the Kirklees area. They have been given extra funding to improve access to GP services by ensuring that more appointments are available during the early morning, evening and at weekends. This may not be in your local surgery, but would be offered at another location. To help them develop their plans for increasing the number of appointments, they'd like to hear your views. Please take a few minutes to complete a short questionnaire by clicking here

Your feedback will be used by each CCG to help develop services within their own area to meet the needs of the local population. If you would like more information visit or

Have You Had Your Meningitis ACWY Vaccine Before Coming To University?

YES - If the answer is YES brilliant, the vaccine will protect you against some of the most common causes of bacterial meningitis in the UK. (You still need to register with us as you never know when you might need us). 

NO - If the answer is NO, you need to get it NOW! Please come to the health centre to register and if you are under the age of 25 ask for your Meningitis ACWY vaccine. 

Make sure you know the signs and symptoms of Meningitis and Septicaemia as vaccines don't protect you against all types! For more information visit:

Access To Services By People With Disabilities

The practice has done its utmost to be easily accessible and user-friendly for our disabled and wheelchair-bound patients. 

There are designated parking spaces in the car park. 

If you need any assistance whilst attending the practice please contact reception.

Access is via the canal tow path with automatic doors.

Reception have a lower desk for those in wheelchairs.

An induction loop is available to help the hard of hearing have clearer conversations. This can be provided for individual consulting rooms when necessary. 

There are also toilet facilities for the disabled located on both floors. 

Surgery rooms and reception are accessible by using the lift. 

We have available on request large print practice leaflets.  If you require large print or braille leaflets please ask as reception and we will aim to help where possible.

If you experience any problems, please speak to our reception staff, who will do their utmost to assist you. 

Other Access Issues

Prams and Bicycles - Pram and bicycles may be left in the outer foyer of the main entrance to the Practice at your own risk. There is a bicycle park at the back of the building which is available for securing bicycles, however patients should provide their own chains/locks. 

Dogs - All dogs, with the exception of assistance dogs, should be left outside the building. 

Smoking and Food - The building is a non-smoking building and we request that this be honoured. We also request that patients do not eat or drink whilst waiting for their appointments. A cup of water may be obtained from reception on request. 

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