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FLU SEASON 2020/2021...

We are in the process of planning our Flu Season. We will be working in partnership with Curo Health to deliver a safe and efficient service.

You will receive a text message or phone call from the surgery to invite you to call us to book an appointment for your flu vaccination.

This may be held remotely and we will inform you of everything you need to do to prepare for your appointment. We are holding the majority of our clinics remotely so to maintain social distancing and adhere to the government guidelines to keep all patients safe. The flu vaccination clinics will be held outside and in a controlled setting.

Do not worry, as you will be informed of exactly what to do upon your arrival.

Please call the surgery on 01924 402073 if you require more help.

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Evening and weekend appointments now available( after telephone triage by a GP)

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 9.30pm each weekday, with additional slots available on Saturdays from 9am and 4pm and Sundays 9am and 1pm.

The scheme starts in August 2018 when evening and weekend appointments will be available for any patient registered with a GP in North Kirklees.  The appointments will be available in Liversedge Health Centre. 

How to book an evening or weekend appointment( this may be a telephone appt)

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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