From December 2017 Locala will be hosting baby clinics at the following venues:
Field Lane Children's centre Rastrick - Tuesdays 1pm- 3pm
Elland Children's Centre Elland - Wednesdays 9am - 11am
Wellholme Children's Centre Brighouse - Thursdays 9.30am - 11.30am
For more information please contact the health visiting team on 030 0304 5076
Full contraceptive advice is provided by the practice, we can fit I.U.D.’s and implants (by appointment only).
We invite patients between 40 and 74 (who are not on any other long term condition register) to attend for an appointment with the Healthcare practitioner to check blood pressure, weight and for advice about diet, smoking and whatever may be of concern. Basic bloods will also be taken to calculate a risk score. Patients with a risk score of over 20% will then be added to a recall system to be invited in annually. (we have a limit of 5% of patients in this group that we can invite per quarter.
We expect all our new patients to make an appointment to see our Healthcare Assistant. This is an ideal opportunity for us to get some background health information about yourself prior to us receiving your records from your previous doctor.
We recommend that all women aged between 25 and 65 have a Cervical Smear every 3 - 5 years. The Screening Department of West Yorkshire Central Services Agency send invitations for call / recall and send cervical smear results to women in writing on behalf of the Practice
These are run annually, usually between September and December. The vaccine is not available to all patients and the criteria is determined by the department of health and can change from year to year. If you are unsure whether you are eligible for a flu vaccine please contact a member of the reception team.
All patients with long term conditions such as, Asthma, Diabetes, Epilepsy, Heart conditions, Hypertension, Learning Disabilities are invited annually to see the relevant clinician to review current well being and medications
Our advisor offers a one-to-one appointment. More than one in five deaths in the UK are related to smoking, including deaths from lung disease, heart disease and stroke. Stopping smoking reduces these risks.