New Phone System
Please select one of the following options when dialing:
Option 1 = Appointments/Home Visits
Option 2 = Prescriptions (from 10am)
Option 3 = General Enquiries
Option 4 = Medical Secretaries/Admin Team (for referral queries).
Our nursing team have achieved 100% on the spirometry audit for the second year running.
Live Well Wakefield Expert Patient Programme Courses - Sept/Oct 2018
Live Well Wakefield are offering two courses aimed at patients/carers living with long-term conditions or mental health conditions.
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TRISH Launch - May 2018
We went live with TRISH at the start of May 2018. TRISH is a locally based referral information and support service for people living in North Kirklees and Wakefield. It provides a central point for all GP referrals and information about what services are available.
The specialist referral process has now changed. If your GP decides you require specialist treatment, a secure electronic referral will be sent to the TRISH team. You will no longer receive choose and book paperwork direct from the surgery.
TRISH will contact you, via telephone, within 72hrs of the team receiving the referral from your us to discuss the choice of providers and book your appointment. You will also contact the team to amend or cancel appointments. If the team cannot contact you after 2 attempts, they will send a letter in the post.
TRISH has been implemented to improve your experience as a patient, making sure that you go for the right treatment at the right time and in the right place.
As TRISH initially contact by telephone, it is extremely important that you keep all your contact details up to date with the surgery, to avoid any delay in your referral.
NHS Health Checks - May 2018
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.