Clinics & Services
Anti-coagulation Clinic - we are a local hub offering clinics all day Wednesday and Thursday for patients on anti-coagulation treatment. Patients are seen by an practice nurse who will carry out finger prick testing and review the dose of patient warfarin treatment. Patients are reminded to bring their yellow anticoagulation book with them to every appointment at the clinic. For appointments or enquiries patients are advised to contact the helpline on 01484 355014.
Antenatal Care - routine antenatal check-ups by our qualified midwife on Tuesday 13:30 – 15:30.
Child Welfare - Monday 13:30 – 15:00. There is no longer health visitor support for this session.
If your child is due an immunisation you will be contacted by post from Princess Royal informing you to make an appointment.
If your child needs to see the GP during the clinic an appointment is required which needs to be booked in advance.
Monday clinic - GP and vaccinations
are available by appointment only.
Parent & Baby Support Group - Please note that the parent and baby support services are no longer run from the health centre, and have now moved to the Kirkburton Library.
Infant Massage - by appointment only with nursery nurse for babies under 6 months (1 hour per week for 4 weeks). For more information please call 01484 605634.
Vaccinations - routine and travel vaccinations (including malaria advice) for all ages are available during surgery times by appointment with our practice nurses. We are a registered Yellow Fever centre. We also run a flu jab clinic in late September; ask at reception for further information.
Asthma & COPD - regular check-ups and advice from practice nurses on lifestyle, inhaler techniques and medication are available during surgery time by appointment.
Diabetic Clinic - regular 6 monthly check-ups and advice from a practice nurse and annually from a GP on lifestyle, monitoring and medication. Wednesday morning 08:40am-11:10 and afternoon 13:30 – 16:00.
Cardiovascular Clinic - annual reviews of patients with coronary heart disease and/or stroke by practice nurses are available during surgery time by appointment.
Minor Surgery Clinic - minor surgery is carried out by several of the GP's and practice nurse. Moles and other skin lesions can be removed under local anaesthetic after consultation with a GP. We also provide anti-inflammatory injections for painful joints (where appropriate). Available during surgery time by appointment. Clinic on Thursday 2:00pm-3:30pm.
Phlebotomy Clinic - phlebotomy is a service offered by the practice for patients who require a blood test. This could be requested by your GP, practice nurse or midwife. To make an appointment contact the staff at reception.
- Monday (routine blood tests) 08:30 – 12:20
Sexual Health Clinic - clinics are 30 minute appointments and held on a Monday morning (usually). The clinics are for males and females requiring sexual health screening, chlamydia screening, advice on sexual health problems and contraception. The clinic is open to all ages.
Pain Clinic - clinic provided by Pain Management Solutions held on Monday afternoons
Retinal Screening - clinics held on Wednesdays 10-5pm
Podiatry Clinic - clinic held at the practice on Tuesday
Community Paediatric Nurse Clinic - a monthly clinic held at the practice with the community paediatric nurse
Audiology Clinic - clinic provided by In-Health for full audiological assessment and fitting of hearing aids held on Mondays and Wednesdays
BMI outreach Clinics - we are proud to announce a new NHS service that is being run form the health centre: Outreach clinics for patients who need to see the services of a Surgical Specialist, run by the BMI hospital as an alternative to travelling into Huddersfield to see the Specialist.