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Pennine Extended Access 2019/2020

NEW PATIENTS WELCOME!  We are registering new patients.  If you live out of our catchment area you may still be able to register as an Out of Area Patient if you do not expect to need home visits.  Out of Area patients need to call 111 to arrange visits as they are not provided by the practice. 

MAGAZINES -  REALLY SHORT OF THESE AGAIN (Aug 19)!!   If you have anything suitable that you are willing to donate please drop them off for us.  Thank you!

OUT OF HOURS - CALL 111 if you need medical advice or assistance anytime the practice is closed. All calls are free to this number.  CALL 999 immediately if the problem may be life threatening at anytime.

PRIVATE WORK - Please note that anything that is not NHS contracted work can take up to four weeks to complete as the doctors must give priority to all NHS work.  This includes some forms that are required for the Council.  Fees are charged where appropriate for private work.   If you do need something done please contact the Patient Services team to find about about the charges.  A GP appointment is NOT needed if you need to have forms or reports done.   Charges can be paid by card over the phone and must be paid before the work is undertaken.

Nurse Practitioner

discussing_x-ray2Nurse Practitioners are highly qualified and experienced nurses who have received several years additional training to enable them to see and recognise many of the conditions that a general practitioner (GP) would usually diagnose.

Qualified nurse Practitioners working within GP practices covered by Calderdale Primary Care Trust (PCT) have received their training at university during which they have also worked alongside and received training from a GP.

What does a nurse Practitioner Do?

Nurse practitioners provide healthcare advice and treatment for adults and children. Nurse Practitioners can:

  • Diagnose and treat various conditions seen in general practice
  • Diagnose and treat long-term conditions including diabetes, high blood pressure and asthma
  • Obtain medical histories and make a physical examination
  • Make referrals on to other services if necessary
  • Prescribe some forms of medication
  • Provide individual care on present health problems and also those affecting your family
  • Explain details about your health problems, medicines advice and other topics to help take care of yourself
  • Provide information to help you make individual choices about your health.


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