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Update 04.04.2022

COVID-19 vaccinations for 5-11s

 The NHS is now offering COVID-19 vaccinations to all children aged 5-11, in line with the latest advice from the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI). As well as protecting children against serious COVID infection and Long COVID, this will reduce the risk of children passing on the infection to others.

 

The practice is currently not offering vaccinations for this age group, unless they are within one of the at-risk groups who will be invited, but you can book an appointment at a convenient community or pharmacy vaccination centre. Please book online at www.nhs.uk/covidvaccine or by calling 119, free of charge.

 

For further information on COVID-19 vaccinations for 5-11s please visit the NHS Wakefield Clinical Commissioning Group website.

Update 20.06.2022

๐ŸŽ  FREE NHS Health Checks are available again in Wakefield!

 

Take 20 minutes out of your day (or evening or weekend) to finally catch up on your health. These vital health check ups can spot your risk of diabetes, heart & kidney disease, stroke and dementia.

For more details on how to book contact the surgery on 01977 704777, please call at quieter times, we know the phones are very busy. 

 

 

Help Us to Help You

district_nurseWe will try to help you by:

  • Treating you with respect in a friendly and welcoming way
  • Making every effort to run our surgeries to time, but if there is a long delay we will keep you fully informed
  • Giving you an appointment with a doctor within one working day.
  • Keeping our premises clean, tidy and comfortable
  • Giving you information about your illness with advice on lifestyle issues to help you
  • Keeping all your medical details confidential.

We ask you to help us by:

  • Being courteous to staff and doctors at all times
  • Letting the surgery know if you are unable to attend for an appointment
  • Requesting house calls only if you are too ill to leave your home. You will be asked to arrange transport if you are well enough to travel
  • Remembering that one appointment is for one main problem and always for only one patient
  • Giving you information about your illness with advice on lifestyle issues to help you.

Zero Tolerence

Please note that we have a policy of zero tolerence should any patient subject any member of the practice or other patients to verbal or physical abuse.

Patients giving abuse will be told to register with another practice and the police will be called if this is thought necessary.

 
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