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Practice Update - 17th December 2021

Due to the new Omicron variant the government have requested that all GP surgeries re-deploy staff to support the expanded covid booster programme. 

We may therefore need to re-arrange routine appointments during the next six weeks so that we can support the covid boosters.  If you already have a routine appointment booked at the surgery from the 20th December to the end of January 2022 you may shortly receive a text message/letter/phone call to inform you that your appointment will be re-arranged in due course.

Please note that your GP surgery will continue to operate and the surgery doors will remain open along with our telephone lines to deal with any urgent problems and any appointments that still require ongoing treatment.

Please continue to order you prescription on-line and to utilise the E Consult service where appropriate.

Thank you for your continued support.

Appointments that may need to be arranged include;

  •     Routine Smears
  •     Spirometry
  •     NHS Healthchecks
  •     Hypertension annual review
  •     CVD annual reviews
  •     24 BP checks to be monitored at home
  •     Minor Surgery
  •     Coils/Implants – as per the FSRH guidance
  •     Annual Diabetic (stable)/foot checks
  •     Pre diabetic
  •     Asthma routine recalls only
  •     COPD
  •     Routine Bloods
  •     Ear syringing
  •     Routine ECGs



E-Consults will be accessible Monday to Friday from 8am to 6.30pm. 

If we receive a high demand during this time and reach capacity the E-Consults will be turned off for safety reasons until the next working day.

Thank you for your support




We are experiencing a high volume of calls during this difficult time. We are trying to answer these as quickly as possible, but ask for our patient's patience as we know this can take a lot longer than normal. Please do not contact the surgery with regards to booking your Covid vaccination, our telephone lines are extremely busy and we will be in contact in due course. Thank you for your support and co-operation.

Due to the current circumstances, we are operating on a very reduced capacity. We will therefore be dealing with urgent, on the day cases only. We have reduced capacity on reception, therefore we ask that people try to request their medication or send queries online, and bear with us as there may be some delay in answering the phone.


Click the link for 'Advice for Parents with Unwell Children'

UPDATE FROM DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH & SOCIAL CARE: If you show signs of a new continuous cough OR fever OR loss of/change in smell or taste, please self-isolate for 10 days, or longer if you still have symptoms other than cough or loss of sense of smell or taste. Your household should also self-isolate for 14 days as per the current guidelines.

Testing is now available to any member of the public with the above COVID-19 symptoms by visiting or calling 119 to book a test.


Due to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic and based on current advice from NHS England we have made changes to the way we operate.

From today, Tuesday March 17th 2020, access to the surgeries will be restricted. Only patients with booked appointments will be able to enter the surgeries and we ask that you attend alone and do not bring other family members or friends with you unless there is a clinical/parental reason.

Please complete an eConsult by clicking on the banner above, or call the practice if you feel you need an appointment to see or speak to a doctor  do not come to the surgery. When you get through to a receptionist they will take you through the Coronavirus screening questionnaire. Only after this is completed will any further details be discussed and this will take place each and every time you call.

All patients requesting a face-to-face appointment with one of our clinical staff (GPs or Advanced Nurse Practitioner) will be allocated a telephone slot during the morning. The clinician will then call and discuss the problem and decide if a face to face appointment is appropriate to resolve the issue. If an appointment is required the clinician will book it for you. You can now book an appointment with the Practice Nurse or Healthcare Assistant if required, however we have temporarily suspended our ear syringing service. If you have used over the counter olive oil drops and this has not improved, please ask for a call back with a GP/ANP who will book you in if it is needed.

We will be stopping access for appointment requests and prescription requests at the front desk, to help protect our staff and those in the waiting area. It would help us enormously if you could nominate a pharmacy so that they can be sent electronically straight to the pharmacy of your choice. If you haven't nominated one, your prescription will be taken to Rowlands Pharmacy, Kirkburton for you to collect. If you do not want this to happen, please let one of our reception team know.

Booking for routine GP/ANP appointments is currently suspended as is the booking of appointments online. If you are due for your annual review and you have been told to book an appointment, please contact reception who can arrange this for you.

If you are asked to attend the surgery we may take special precautions, please understand that these are for the protection of the public and all those who work at the surgery. If you arrive early, please wait in your car until the time of your appointment. Then, inform us of your arrival on the intercom that we have installed in the foyer between the surgery and the pharmacy. The receptionist will triage your symptoms before directing you where to wait for the clinician to come and get you. You will be asked to sanitize your hands, have your temperature checked and take a seat in our waiting area that has been moved around to adhere to social distancing measures. When attending the surgery, please wear your own face mask.

If you are requesting a sick note due to self-isolation, please note that we will not be providing them. There is an isolation note available to anyone needing it to evidence to their employer the reason for absence. To find this, please visit

We have been made aware of some inaccurate information circulating regarding special "rescue packs" for patients with asthma or COPD. Please do not contact your GP for a rescue pack unless it is already part of your management plan. There is no additional recommendation to have a rescue pack to help manage your symptoms in light of the Coronavirus outbreak and indeed there is some concerns that unnecessary steroid tablets may reduce your ability to fight off the virus if you became infected.

CoronaVirus and Medical Conditions / Vulnerable Adults

We are receiving high volumes of calls and queries wanting guidance on vulnerable adults, including guidance on medical conditions and coronavirus. As this is a rapidly evolving situation, we advise anyone with such queries to follow the link below to the official government guidance. At this time we are unable to offer any additional guidance on medical conditions and Coronavirus, but should we receive any information or instructions regarding any specific medical conditions or medications that require medical advice we will get in contact with you. 


ACE Inhibitors and Coronavirus

ACE Inhibitors are a group of medications used to control blood pressure, and some heart and kidney conditions. The most common being: Ramipril, Enalapril, Perindopril and Lisinopril. There has been a lot of media coverage suggesting that these medications are associated with an increased risk of contracting the coronavirus and a worse outcome. The current evidence suggests this isn't the case. Please see the link below from the European Society of Cardiology which advises that there is no need to stop taking any of the above medication at this time


CQC Report Now Available

The Partners and the team at Kirkburton Health Centre are proud that our CQC in November 2015 has rated the practice as "Good". We would like to thank all of the staff and patients of the practice, especially the members of the patient participation group (PPG) for the support over the last couple of years and their help on the day.

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"Our aim is to work in partnership with our patients and staff to provide a safe, effective, caring and responsive service for our community. Taking pride in making a positive difference in people's lives by enhancing the local services made available to them in a well-led, forward-thinking organisation".


With patients' needs at the heart of everything we do, our website has been designed to make it easy for you to gain instant access to the information you need. As well as specific practice details such as opening hours and how to register, you’ll find a wealth of useful pages covering a wide range of health issues along with links to other relevant medical organisations.

Please note that all incoming and outgoing calls to and from the practice are recorded for training and monitoring purposes. 


Friends and Family Test Results

We would like to thank all of our patients that have provided feedback through our Friends and Family test. Here is the breakdown from May 2021:

  • 88% gave good
  • 6% were unsure
  • 6% gave poor

Please note that any feedback with regards to the Pharmacy needs to be submitted to them directly as we are unable to deal with the feedback on their behalf. Thank you.

Named GP

All patients at Kirkburton Health Centre have a named, accountable GP who is responsible for coordinating their care. Your named GP will be allocated to you by the practice. You can still make appointments to see any GP or Nurse of your choice, not just your named GP. If you wish to know who your allocated GP is, then please call the practice and a member of our Reception Team will be able to advise you. If you have a preference and would like to request a particular doctor at the practice to be your named GP please inform one of our Reception Team.


Introducing our carer's champions

We keep a register of patients, who, without payment, provide help and support to a family member, friend or neighbour who cannot manage on their own due to physical or mental illness, disability, substance misuse or frailty brought on by old age. People who care for someone in these circumstances, without pay, are considered to be 'carers'.

We are proud to have two Carer's Champions at our practice, Adam and Clare, who can help provide you  with relevant information, resources and contact points. We have a dedicated notice board where up to date information is displayed in the practice. Please visit our Carers page for more information. 



There is good access for the disabled to all of our consultation rooms. A designated parking bay is adjacent to the surgery entrance and the surgery has a ramp and wide doors to allow for wheelchair access.


Practice Area

Please find below an up to date map of the area covered by our practice, if you live within this area and wish to register at our practice please call or drop in and speak to one of our receptionists. If you are already registered with us but move out of area and wish to stay registered, please write to us for the attention of the Practice Manager. This will then be reviewed by the management and GP partners and you will be informed of the outcome. If the interactive map isn't appearing, click here for a photo of our practice area


(Site updated 18/01/2022)

Contact Details

Kirkburton Health Centre

Contact Telephone

01484 602040
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