Stanley Health Centre
Our Mission Statement
We will strive to:
Provide a service which puts patient's needs and welfare at the heart of everything we do
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Our Receptionists, who have been trained in Care Navigation, will ask you the reason if you request an appointment. This is so they can offer you the most suitable appointment / service for your needs. They adhere to the same rules around confidentiality as our clinical staff. You may choose not to inform our Receptionist who will advise you of the appointment availability so you can make an informed choice.
You may not always need an appointment to see a GP or Advanced Nurse Practitioner - did you know you can book with our team Click here to see the team
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Self refer to Physiotherapy service without needing a GP appointment - click HERE for details
Can't attend during our usual opening hours?
Routine GP, Nurse and Health Care Assistant appointments can be arranged at GP Care Wakefield, Trinity Medical Centre
GP appointments for routine matters can be arranged up to 2 weeks in advance on Saturday's
Nurse / Health Care Assistant appointments can be arranged on evenings, weekends and Bank Holidays - Just ask our Receptionist
If your Child is feeling unwell when your GP surgery is closed?
Appointments are still available on evenings and weekends if you need one. Simply call the GP practice number as usual, and your call will automatically go through to GP Care Wakefield, Wakefield’s evening and weekend GP service.
GP Care Wakefield is staffed by local GPs and nurses and is open for same-day appointments and advice every Monday to Friday, 5pm to 9.30pm, Saturdays 9am to 5pm, Sundays 9am to 1pm and on bank holidays, 9am to 3pm.
Outside these times, call 111 or 999 for life-threatening emergencies.
Children who could benefit from extra support to manage their symptoms this winter may also be referred to a new children’s observation hub after their appointment. Staffed by local GPs and nurses, the hub team helps parents and carers monitor their child’s symptoms safely at home, providing advice, assessments and reassurance by phone, video and in-person to avoid unnecessary hospital trips and help youngsters get better at home.
If you are the parent or carer of an ill child eligible for care in the hub this winter, your GP or nurse will give you further information at your appointment.
Use the links below to log on to your SystmOne online account for repeat prescriptions, appointments etc