Midwifery has moved to Broad Street Plaza.
Patients wanting to arrange their first appointment need to call 01422 251095 and 01422 261331 for subsequent appointments.
Those wanting to speak to a member of the team for anything else should call: 01422 261364 or 261360
Their role is a community one. Contact them for information on 01422 367891.
Their role is seeing housebound and elderly patients in the community. Tel: 01422 355626.
Advanced Nurse Practitioners
Our ANPs are qualified to diagnose illness and prescribe medication and do most things that a GP will do.
They see patients at the surgery for diabetes, asthma, COPD and child health development, dressings and holiday and flu injections.
Health Care Assistant
For blood pressure checks, weight checks, blood tests and spirometry tests etc.
Asthma Clinics / COPD Clinic / CHD Clinic/Diabetic Clinic
By appointment only, these clinics are run by Practice Nurses/HCA and Pharmacist
Annual reviews have now been streamlined and patients will usually only be called in once a year for a full, long term condition, review. This review will be longer than your normal appointments and will involve you consulting with a number of clinicians so we can try and cover everything in the one visit. This will involve a phlebotomist, healthcare assistant, nurse, and pharmacist and on some occasions a GP. You will be invited for this around the month of your birthday and the initial invite will be done in a detailed and hard copy letter. Following this we will try and move these invites to either texts or e-mails.
Phlebotomy (Blood Taking)
Tuesday 08.30am - 12.15pm (by appointment only).
Contraceptive care is provided by all the doctors during surgery hours. Dr King and the Advanced Nurse Practitioner, Antonia Watson also specialise in IUCDs (coils). Contraceptive sub-dermal implant insertions and removals are available from Dr King and Antonia Watson. Please ask for an appointment to access any of these services.
Calderdale Stop Smoking Service runs smoking cessation clinics, please call 0330 660 1166.
Click here for advice and information on quitting smoking.
The Medical Centre can perform minor surgery onsite. The following list is indicative of what is available;-
Examination, biopsy and removal of suspicious moles, removal of unsightly skin lumps, cysts and skin tags, injection of painful joints.
To receive any such surgery patients must first visit the surgery for an assessment, this may be achieved by making an appointment with any Beechwood healthcare professional. This assessment will determine if this minor surgery is required.