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You can view the practice boundary by selecting the first item on the 'Further Information' section on the right side of this page. 

NHS 111 is a free to call telephone service  in Yorkshire, to call if you need medical help fast, but are not in a life-threatening situation - available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, for people who are not sure if they need to go to A&E, do not have a GP to call, or generally need reassurance and advice. Just dial 111.


The Surgery is Closed on the Afternoon for Training on the following dates:

Future surgery closures for staff training: Wednesday 5th April; Tuesday 13th June; Wednesday 13th September; Tuesday 14th November; Wednesday 18 February 2018


Appointments for Surgeries

baby_nurseThe times during which each Doctor and Nurse Practitioner hold surgeries vary.

You may see any Doctor or Nurse Practitioner, but for on-going treatment we would encourage you to see the same clinician. Appointments can be made online, in person or by telephone: Rosegarth 350420, Siddal 352080 between 8.00am and 6.00pm and in person between 8.00am and 6.30pm Monday - Friday.

Our receptionists are advised to offer appointments on the day to those in acute need. To absorb the peaks of demand, we may run a surgery in the late morning. However, the appointment may not be with the doctor of your choice. In addition, bookable telephone consultations are available.

We operate a policy allowing advice booking of appointments between 1 - 3 months.

Reception can be contacted by phone throughout  the day, however, at times of great demand, you may get an immediate reply.  Please stay on the line or ring later. 

Telephone Consultations

Sometimes, telephone advice may be all that is needed. If this is the case, the receptionist will arrange for the doctor to ring you back at a particular time.

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