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We are closed on 3 days: Tuesday 25th December, Wednesday 26th December and Tuesday 1st January. 

We are open as usual until 6.30pm on Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve

Appointments are available for our patients at Dewsbury Health Centre on Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year's Day. Please contact us for details.

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Morning surgeries between 8.30am and 10.30am are ‘walk-in’ where no appointment is needed. You will still need to book in with the receptionist on arrival and she will allocate you a time slot to see the doctor.  In these circumstances you may wish to leave the surgery and return at the pre-advised time.   When you return please book in at the self check in point inside the main door. We do not accept telephone requests to book morning appointment slots.

Some of the morning appointments with the Advanced Nurse Practitioners can be booked online or over the telephone.

Afternoon surgeries are by appointment only.  Appointments to see the doctor of your choice can be made by telephone, at the reception desk or on-line.

Evening and Weekend we are able to book you an appointment to see a doctor at Dewsbury Health Centre at the times below. Please tell our reception staff if one of these slots would suit you better. Out of hours you can book into these by phoning NHS 111.

6.30pm-9.30pm Monday to Friday

9am - 4pm on Saturdays

9am - 1pm on Sundays.

Practice Nurse
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday. Appointments only

Health Care Assistant
Monday - Thursday  Appointments only

Phlebotomist
Monday - Friday. An appointment is not always needed

Children’s clinic
Tuesday 1.30pm – 3.30pm for vaccinations.  No appointment required. The clinic is run by the Practice Nurse.

Ante-natal clinic 
Wednesday morning by appointment. The clinic is run by the Community Midwives who can be contacted on 01924 319354

 
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