Appointments & New Patients

Appointments can be made in advance and on the day.  For an on the day appointment please call the surgery as early as possible after 8am.  If you contact the surgery to make an emergency appointment the reception staff may ask questions as instructed by the the Doctor to be able to assess if the patient needs to be seen the same day.

We can’t always provide on day or next day appointments with the GP of your choice, but we can normally offer you an appointment, Face to Face or via Telephone Triage with one of our ACP’s

ACP’s are Advanced Clinical Pharmacists and Paramedics Practitioner who have had advanced training and have specific skills in the assessment and treatment of acute illness. They have worked in practice for some time and have been mentored by the Practice GP’s

The ACP’s will be the first point of contact for acutely ill patients needing urgent on the day appointments, supported by the duty GP or the patients usual GP. They can diagnose, prescribe, and refer as necessary.

We have a range of appointments morning and evening and some afternoons. If you would like to make an appointment please do so by ringing the surgery or calling in.  Please make sure that you cancel any unwanted appointments as they can be given to another patient.

Home Visits

Home visits are reserved for those patients who are not well enough to attend surgery and who are not so seriously ill that an emergency ambulance is required.  If you think that you need a home visit contact the surgery.  The reception staff may ask you what the problem is in order for the doctor to assess and prioritize.  The requesting of a visit is no guarantee that you will receive one as these are at the GP’s discretion.


Please click here to go to the Systm One services.

In order to access this service you will need to obtain your password and username from the surgery. To do this you will need to visit the practice and present photo identification to one of the reception team.

GP Extended Access Scheme

The CCG awarded the contract for the new service to Curo Health Ltd, working along side out of hours provider Local Care Direct.

Appointments are available as below:

Monday to Friday - 6.30pm - 9.30pm

Saturday - 9am - 4pm

Sunday - 9am - 1pm

All appointments are based as Dewsbury Health Centre

Patients can access these appointments by contacting their GP practice or by calling the free NHS 111 phone line out of normal working hours.

Registering with the Practice

You can register with the practice by filling in a new patient registration form.  Ask at reception for registration forms for each member of your family.  These must be signed by the patient or parent/guardian for children under 16 years of age, before being handed back to reception.

We normally ask for around 7-10 days to allow time for your registration to be processed.

Patients who wish to register must live within the practice boundary.  The practice may refuse an application to join its list if you do not reside within our boundary area.  We will not refuse to accept you on grounds of race, gender, social class, age, religion, sexual orientation, appearance, disability or medical condition.

Newly registered patients

All new patients will need to arrange to see the health care assistant to discuss their current health status, concerns and medication.