Meet The Kirkburton Health Centre Team

"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."


Sadia Makhlooq (f)

Sadia is our Practice Pharmacist who comes into surgery on a Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday to complete medication amendments, carry out routine reviews and clinical quality improvement.


Sam Haigh (m)

I graduated from Brighton University in 2012 and moved to Wakefield to complete my training where I qualified as a Pharmacist in 2013. I have since worked in a number of different locations and roles including as a locum and a manager of a large multiple pharmacy branch.

I became a PCN Pharmacist in August 2021 and I look forward to developing my knowledge and skills in this new exciting role.


Saj Shah (m)

I graduated in pharmacy from De Montfort University in 2015 and moved back to Yorkshire to complete my pre-reg training and qualified as a pharmacist the next year.  In my time as a pharmacist I have locumed, managed an independent  and a pharmacy chain branch before deciding to make the transition to the GP sector by becoming a PCN Pharmacist in August 2021.
I am excited to see what the future holds for me in this new chapter.


Marcelle Jaggar

Pharmacy Technician

After graduating from Chester University with a BaHons degree in Biology and Geography I joined Boots to begin my pharmacy career. I qualified as a Pharmacy Technician in 1993 and since then I have worked to increase my knowledge and experience with patient care at the heart. I am really excited to join the pharmacy team within the PCN and will be working with them to ensure patients get the care and services they need.


Liz Taylor

Pharmacy Technician

I completed my training as a Pharmacy Technician at Bradford College and qualified in 2004. My previous Pharmacy experience has all been Hospital based up until joining the PCN Pharmacy team in March 2022. This is a new and exciting role for me, and I am looking forward to the challenges and experiences it will bring.


Community Nurses

Jane Herbert (f)

Community Matron

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