Welcome to Brookroyd Surgery
We are open 8.00 am - 7.30pm Monday & 8.00am - 6.00pm Tuesday -Friday
We will be open Saturday mornings from January 2014 until the end of March 2014. The surgery will be open from 8.45am until 12.15pm. This is for URGENT APPOINTMENTS ONLY. This is a temporary arrangement to help ease the pressure on the local walk in centres and A&E departments.
To see a doctor or nurse please telephone us or come into the surgery to book an appointment. GP consultations are booked in for 10 minute intervals.
We are closed once a month on a Tuesday afternoon for in-house staff training. A notice is always placed on the main entrance a few days before to advise patients.
Outside Surgery Hours
Between 6.00pm and 8.00am Monday to Friday and weekends the surgery phone line is closed.
If you need to see a Doctor urgently when the surgery is closed, please call
111 will get you through to a team of fully trained call advisers who are supported by experienced nurses. They will ask you questions to access your symptoms and give you the healthcare advice you need or direct you to the right local service. If they think you need an ambulance one will be sent just as quickly if you had dialled 999
It can advise you whether you need to go to the nearest A&E
(Accident and Emergency) or if there is an alternative such as visiting an NHS Walk-In centre.
nearest NHS Walk-In centre is located in A & E at Dewsbury
Walk-In services can provide: Urgent initial treatment for
emergencies such as suspected meningitis, asthma attacks and airway obstruction. Treatment for minor injuries and illnesses such as cuts and wounds, sore throats, bites or stings, rashes and allergic reactions, coughs and colds, muscle or joint injuries, earache, eye injuries and infections, emergency contraception.
Walk-In services can not provide repeat prescriptions (without the approval of your registered GP unless in an emergency) medical certificates or Accident and Emergency.
If you experience severe chest pain, loss of
consciousness or suspected broken bones go to your nearest A&E
Department or call 999.
16 Union Street,
You can call 111 when you need medical help fast but it’s not a 999 emergency. NHS 111 is a fast and easy way to get the right help.