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Evening and Weekend Appointments

We're working together with our neighbouring practices to bring you more appointments when our surgery is closed.

From 1st August 2019 you will be able to see a doctor or nurse on weekdays after 6.30pm, and on weekends at Liversedge Health Centre.

If you need an appointment at these times, please tell our receptionist who will be able to arrange the appointment for you. 

New Patient Registrations

On 15th May 2019 the North Kirklees CCG approved our application to temporarily suspend new patient registrations for 6 months. This means that we are no longer registering new patients. Please see the 'New Patients' page for more details.


REPEAT PRESCRIPTIONS

We are now live with electronic prescribing - ask at your pharmacy for a nomination form - your prescription can then be sent direct to them to be dispensed.

Please remember to allow 48 hours for your prescription to be processed before collecting.

TEAM TRAINING

The practice closes every 3rd Tuesday afternoon of the month to enable the practice team to train together - please click on the links below to check the dates.

Patient Participation Group

Click on the Patient Group Link below to see the minutes of previous meetings

Booking appointments on line

You will need a password to get started - please ask at reception.  Passwords cannot be given over the phone.

REMEMBER

YOU CAN ORDER YOUR REPEAT PRESCRIPTIONS ONLINE TOO - ASK AT RECEPTION FOR DETAILS ON HOW TO GET STARTED

Confidentiality

filesAll practice staff are trained in information security and confidentiality.  There are strict rules in place to make sure your information is safe, whether it is on paper or computer files.  Everyone working for the NHS has a legal duty to keep information about you confidential. 

Anyone who received information from your Doctor is under a legal obligation to keep it confidential.  Your Doctor needs information about you to be able to treat you, or decide if they need to see you again. 

It may be shared with other organisations involved in your care should it be necessary, for example

  • To help protect the health of the public generally.  A GP is required by law to notify the Government of diseases such as meningitis and measles.
  • To investigate complaints of legal claims (with your consent).
  • To pass on information which we must do by law, such as to notify a birth or death.
  • For research purposes (with your consent)

Your information may be used in annonymised form (this means details which would identify you are removed: eg

  • To carry out other health research by use of statistics
  • To plan for the future—this includes sending information to other NHS organisations and Dept. of Health.

Your Doctor will only ever pass on information about you if it is in your interest with regard to your health, or it is thought to be in the best interest of safeguarding your child.

The Practice is registered with the Information Commission with the Data Protection Act 1988.

 
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