Park Run Practice
College Lane Surgery are now an official park run practice. For further details of how you could get involved, click Park Run Flyer.
Mental Health Awareness Open Day
Join us Thursday 4th July 2019 2-4pm for our Mental Health Awareness Open day. Mental Health Awareness Open Day Flyer
New Phone System
Please select one of the following options when dialling:
Option 1 = Appointments/Home Visits
Option 2 = Prescriptions (from 10am)
Option 3 = General Enquiries
Option 4 = Referral Enquiries
Option 5 = Repeat above options
Patient Participation Group Newsletter
The latest edition of the Patient Participation Group Newsletter is now available. Click here to view it PPG Newsletter Mar 2019.
Changes To Prescribing For Minor Illnesses
The NHS has changed its prescribing policy for minor illnesses where the treatment can be purchased over the counter at your local pharmacy. Click here to view a list of conditions for which medicines will no longer be routinely prescribed Prescribing Update Leaflet March 2019.
Apprentice Information Sessions - Health Care
Are you a caring person who has Maths and English GCSE Grade A to D/3 to 9 (or equivalent), aged 18 or over, are interested in undertaking a level 2 apprenticeship standard in adult health and social care and earning a starting salary of £17,652 pa?
If you are and would like to find out more, then come along to one of the following information sessions being held by South West Yorkshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust across the region on the following dates:
Tuesday 11th June - Huddersfield
Thursday 13th June - Halifax
Wednesday 19th June - Wakefield
Thursday 12th September - Batley
Please follow this link to view details of workshops being run in the community. Community Workshops
Infection Control Audit
College Lane Surgery have passed the recent infection control audit achieving 97% for College Lane Surgery and 95% for Thorpe Lane Surgery.
Our nursing team have achieved 100% on the spirometry audit for the second year running.
NHS Health Checks
The NHS health check is for anyone aged between 40-74 who has not had an annual health check in the last 5 years. It is aimed at preventing disease run by public health. Patients need to ask reception if they are eligible as there is an exclusion criteria that covers underlying medical conditions e.g. diabetes, high blood pressure, kidney disease etc...
This is an MOT of the patients current health status- blood tests will be performed before the review so patients can be given the appropriate advice at the appointment.