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Clinics & Services

Midwife and Antenatal Care

Antenatal clinics are held at our Skelmanthorpe Surgery, please contact reception for details.

Postnatal Care                  

Patients will be contacted by letter, with an appointment to attend surgery to see their GP, for a postnatal examination and baby’s first immunisations at eight weeks.

Well Woman and Family Planning

Please ask at reception for details.  It is for cervical smears, internal examinations, the fitting of coils and discussion of women’s health issues.

Child Health

A full immunisation service is available.  Please ask reception for details.

General Screening

Patients aged 16 – 75 who have not had a consultation at the surgery for over three years can request an appointment for general screening.

Patients aged 75 and over are able to request an appointment for an Over 75 assessment which can be carried out either at home or at the surgery.

Influenza Vaccination

Influenza vaccination is recommended for patients with heart, lung, liver or kidney disease, diabetes, residents in nursing/ residential homes, carers, patients who are immunosuppressed, pregnant ladies and all patients over 65 years of age.  Please contact the reception staff in September for details.   For patients who are unable to attend the surgery a home visit by our nurses can be arranged. 

Phlebotomy Clinic

If you require a blood test a phlebotomist is available on Friday mornings. The phlebotomist is employed by Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Trust


If you do not visit a dentist regularly and think you need an urgent appointment please ring West Yorkshire Urgent Care Services 0345 605 9999 for advice and an appointment if this is considered appropriate.

If you need a routine appointment please ring 01484-464036 or visit  for a list of dental Practices accepting patients, the list is updated on the first of each month.

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