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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.

You can arrange 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. 


All our doctors work part-time in the practice to varying degrees. Times for individual doctors can vary from week to week. The receptionist will be happy to give details on request. You can choose which doctor you wish to see, but remember all the doctors are not in surgery every day.

Symptom Checker

Why not check your symptoms here first before calling the doctor.

Seeing a Doctor in Surgery

Our Doctors and Nurse Practitioners offer a mixture of telephone consultation and face to face appointments. A limited number of appointments are available to book up to 2 weeks in advance either via reception or online via our online booking system. The majority of appointments are available to book on the day. Please telephone the surgery as early as you can to arrange an appointment for the same day.

Evening and weekend appointments

Patients can now see a local GP for routine appointments on weekday evenings and at weekends.

Pre-bookable and on-the-day appointments are available between 6.30pm and 9.00pm each weekday, with additional appointments available on Saturdays from 9am and 4pm and Sundays 9am and 1pm.

The appointments are available for any patient registered with a GP in North Kirklees and will be take place in Liversedge Health Centre. 

How to book an evening or weekend appointment

There are ‘pre-bookable’ and ‘on-the-day’ appointments which can be accessed through your own GP practice, or by calling the free NHS 111 phone line out of normal working hours.

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