An appointment system is in operation in our surgery. Please note, one patient per appointment. Although you may see any doctor in the practice, it is better to see one doctor consistently. URGENT cases will always be accommodated. Ideally you should try to consult the same doctor for recurrent/ ongoing medical problems.

Appointments are usually 10 minutes, but if you feel your problem will take longer, please request a 20-minute appointment.

Telephone Slots

If you wish to speak to your doctor or nurse for advice then please let our receptionists know. They will take your details and the doctor/nurse will return your call between surgeries and visits. Please be patient as the practice can be very busy from time to time and your query will need to be prioritised.

Emergency Cases

For an urgent visit, please phone the surgery (846674). The receptionist will contact the doctor on call. If, however, your call relates to a life-threatening emergency please call 999.


If you cannot attend an appointment for any reason please inform us as soon as possible in order for us to give the slot to someone else.

Evening and weekend appointments now available

Patients can now see a local GP, Physio and Phlebotomist (blood taker) for routine appointments on weekday evenings and at weekends.

Pre-bookable and on-the-day appointments are available between 6.30pm and 8.30pm each weekday, with additional slots available on Saturdays and Sundays between 8.45am and 5.15pm.

GP, Physio and Phlebotomy appointments are available for any Greater Huddersfield patient in the Primary Care Centre hub at Huddersfield Royal Infirmary and some physio appointments are available at other sites as well.

How to book an evening or weekend appointment at the HUB

You can also book an evening or weekend appointment by ringing the practice on: 01484 846674. If you need to book an appointment when the practice is closed then you can ring the free NHS 111 phone line out of normal working hours and they will book an appointment for you if appropriate.

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