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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 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:


We are changing the way our repeat prescription service works... 

From the 1st May 2016 you will no longer be able to order your medications over the phone. Don't panic - there are lots of ways to order your medications;

  • Online - register for online request of repeat medications and appointments.
  • Once you have online access, you can use the patient access app to request your medication - see leaflet how repeat prescriptions will change.
  • Written request (posted to the surgery).
  • Ordering your request in person, at the reception desk.

(If you do not have access to the internet you may continue to telephone your repeat prescription request).

Please allow at least 48 hours for prescriptions to be processed and remember to take weekends and bank holidays into account.

Repeat Prescriptions

At your registration health check details of on-going medication will be taken. When you need a new supply, contact the Health Centre in person, online or by letter, giving details of your request. Your prescription will be ready within 48 hours.

Please note - the ‘pill’ - oral contraceptive - is not automatically a repeat drug. Please make a clinic appointment - we have 5 sexual health clinics per week which are run by a nurse and a doctor, please request your appointment in one of these clinics rather than a normal GP clinic appointment.

Electronic Prescription Service

As from 12th August 2014 we are going live with EPS (Electronic Prescription Service), this means when you request a repeat prescription from the Health Centre you can collect the prescription  straight from your nominated Pharmacy/Chemist.

For more information visit, your pharmacy or Reception. 



Electronic Prescription Service Document

Certain Products Are No Longer Available On Prescription in Kirklees

  • Sunscreen for skin protection from UV radiation
  • Emollients (moisturisers) for minor skin conditions
  • Soya and thickened infant formula 
  • Gluten-free food

These products are widely available at local shops and supermarkets. Your local pharmacist will be able to advise you on the best product to meet your specific needs or visit for general health advice. 

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