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The Flu Vaccine Is Now In Stock!

If you are aged 65 or over, a carer, pregnant, have a long-term health condition or are aged 2 and 3 years old on 31/08/2017 then you are eligible for the flu vaccine. Drop in flu clinic will be held on Thursday 23rd November at 3:30pm - 8:00pm (adults and children can attend). Appointments are available please speak to reception. If you do not wish to have the vaccine please inform us so we can update our records accordingly. Thank you.


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 www.greaterhuddersfieldccg.nhs.uk or www.northkirkleesccg.nhs.uk


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: https://www.meningitisnow.org/


Patients are free to consult with whichever Doctor or Advanced Nurse Practitioner they choose, irrespective of their named doctor. However, it is best if some continuity can be maintained by seeing the same Doctor/Advanced Nurse Practitioner for each problem.

If you have a preference for a particular Doctor or Advance Nurse Practitioner, please inform our reception staff.

All GPs are registered with the General Medical Council.

Please be aware that our Advanced Nurse Practitioners are highly skilled clinicians and are able to deal with most routine consultations. If unsure please ask reception if your problem can be dealt with by them. 

Nurse Practitioners

Mrs Julie Cooper (f)

Julie is a qualified as a Registered General Nurse in 1981 after attending Tameside General Hospital. In 1984, she qualified as a Registered Midwife after attending Withington Hospital in Manchester. She started working in the Practice in 1996 as a Practice Nurse. She qualified as a Extended and Supplementary Nurse Prescriber in 2004 and gained a Master of Science Nurse Practitioner (Primary Care) in 2007. 

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Mrs Katie Crabtree (f)

Katie trained at Huddersfield University and qualified in 2004. She has worked in various roles such as Accident and Emergency, nursing on cruiseships and Walk in Centres. She is a nurse prescriber and can treat patients with minor illnesses and injuries. Katie is currently undertaking extra training to become an Advanced Nurse Practitioner.

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Miss Alix Ewen (f)

Alix studied nursing at Leeds University and qualified as a registered Nurse in 2000. She has a varied experience in Surgical Nursing, Accident and Emergency care and Minor Injury Units. She is qualified Emergency Nurse Practitioner (ENP) and in 2014 qualified as an Advanced Nurse Practitioner (ANP) through the University of Huddersfield, this allows her to see a wider range of acute and chronic conditions. Alix is also a Independent Nurse Prescriber. She joined the Practice in 2016. 

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Mrs Nicola Bagshaw (f)

Nicola qualified as an RGN from Leeds University in 2002 then as an Advanced Nurse Practitioner in 2011 from Huddersfield University. She has spent the last 10 years working in Primary Care across West Yorkshire and joined the practice in March 2017.

Nurses

Nurse Samantha McNeely (f)

Samantha studied Adult Nursing at the University of Huddersfield and qualified in 2005. She has a background in Accident and Emergency care which is where she started her nursing career until 2010. Samantha joined the practice in 2008 as a Junior Practice Nurse. She has done Diploma's in Contraception and Sexual Health, Cytology, Asthma, Minor Injury Illness and Supporting Learning In Practice. In 2016, she became a Nurse Prescriber after completing a Diploma in Independent and Supplementary Prescribing. 

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Nurse Kate Wadsworth

Kate trained at Huddersfield School of Nursing, and qualified as a Registered General Nurse in 1987. She has worked at the Practice since March 2000. She has done Diploma's in Contraception, Asthma and Cytology. She has qualifications in Sexual Health and holds a Faculty qualification in removal/insertion of Contraceptive Implants. In 2011 she became a Nurse Prescriber after completing a Diploma in Independent and Supplementary Prescribing. She is an experienced Nurse in all areas of Practice Nursing, having worked in General Practice for 17 years. 

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Nurse Nicola Inglesfield (f)

Nurse Inglesfield trained at Bradford University - School of Nursing, qualifying as a RGN in 1998. She has worked at the Practice since 2007. She has done diplomas in Contraception and Sexual Health and Cytology. She is an experienced Practice Nurse with over 9 years experience in Primary Care. 

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Nurse Laura Poston-Lord (f)

I qualified from the University of Leeds in 2017. During my nurse training I had various student placements including A & E, a surgical ward, a stroke ward and 2 general practice placements. I previously worked as a Healthcare assistant at Spire and I joined the practice in September as a Junior Practice Nurse.

Healthcare Assistants

Mrs Diane Scholefield (f)

Diane started working at the Practice in 2000 as receptionist and has done a variety of roles but feels she is now at home as a Healthcare Assistant (HCA). She has done her Primary Healthcare Assistant Certificate along with many other training modules which include Weight Management Diploma, Diabetic Foot Assessment, Ear Irrigation, Wound Care, Flu, Pneumococcal, Shingles and B12 Injections, Phlebotomy and many more. She assists with the GP's and nurses in CASH, coil and implant clinics and Minor Surgery. 

She particularly loves being able to help patients where possible in living a health balanced lifestyle and helping them with understanding of how they can achieve this. 

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Miss Aisha Ahmad (f)

Aisha is a Healthcare Assistant Apprentice. She joined the practice in September 2016. She is currently in the process of training with Barnsley College. She has learnt many things whilst working here such as carrying out Phlebotomy duties, ECG's, BP checks, health checks and working in the CASH clinic. She is newly trained in wound care and suture removal. 

 
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