Stanley Health Centre website
Our Mission Statement
We will strive to:
Provide a service which puts patient's needs and welfare at the heart of everything we do
****SEE BOTTOM OF PAGE FOR ANNUAL FLU VACCINATION INFORMATION****
|Monday||8am - 6:30pm**|
|Tuesday||8am - 6:30pm|
|Wednesday||7am - 6:30pm**|
|Thursday||7am - 6:30pm**|
|Friday||8am - 6:30pm|
**Extended Hours clinics are available on these days
For more information about our opening hours and who to contact for help and advice for urgent problems when we are closed go to 'Appointments - Emergencies when we are closed' page
In a genuine emergency you should call 999 or go to A&E. Chest pains and / or shortness of breath constitute an emergency.
When We Are Closed help is available at:
- GP Care Wakefield
Out of Hours service (ring the practice number to be put through during their operating times)
- or you can ring: 111
Help and advice available from trained clinicians
- or go to the Walk in Centre
Open 10am to 10pm 7 days per week - King Street, Wakefield.
- or you can go to any Pharmacy/Chemist
Annual Flu Vaccinations
You can now book your annual flu vaccination.
Those aged 65 years and over are offered FLUAD. Deliveries of this vaccine will be received 1st so we will be offering appointments for those over 65 years at the beginning of the campaign during September and October.
Those aged 64 years and under who are deemed at risk due to a chronic illness or current illness are offered a Quadrivalent vaccination. Deliveries of this vaccine are staggered up to the end of November so appointments for these patients will be offered later in the campaign during October, November and the 1st week in December.
If you have any questions, just ring and speak to one of our Receptionists or a Practice Nurse.
To help keep you well this Winter please make an appointment for your flu jab as soon as possible.