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Clinics & Services

Antenatal Clinic

Appointments with the midwife are available, please contact reception to make an appointment.

Asthma

The practice nurses hold asthma reviews at different times during the week.  Please book with reception. 

The aims of an asthma review are to teach people about asthma and to ensure they get the best control of their symptoms by finding the best treatment for them.  If you are asthmatic, you should have an asthma review every year. 

Baby Clinic (no appointment necessary)

Birstall - Friday 9:30 am - 12:00 noon

Child Health Checks

Six week checks can be arranged in a baby clinic by appointment subject to the availability of the Doctor on duty.

Cervical Smears

Female patients aged between 25 and 64 meeting certain criteria will be invited to have a cervical smear by West Yorkshire Central Services.

Family Planning

The doctors offer a comprehensive range of family planning services including the fitting of coils and implants. If you wish to discuss any aspect of contraception please make an appointment.

Holiday Vaccinations

These are organised by the practice nurse. Most vaccines are now available from the practice, but you may need a prescription. Please allow plenty of time to have your vaccinations before travelling, ideally two months.

Diabetes

We hold a clinic every Thursday afternoon for diabetic patients with a doctor and a practice nurse.  Please book an appointment through reception.

Minor Surgery

We offer a range of minor surgical procedures to treat minor lumps and bumps.  Please see your doctor who will be able to asses your suitability for these treatments.

Smoking Clinic

Giving up smoking is the most important thing smokers can do to stay healthy.  Our nurses run clinics for patients who want to stop smoking.  These sessions aim to provide advice and support.  Please ask a receptionist for further information.

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