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Telephone Outage - We are currently experiencing a telephone outage which is affecting a number of practices in Calderdale.  We are able to offer limited telephone contact during this time which will mean a longer wait for our patients before the the phone is answered. 

Please note there is no disruption to our surgery, where you have an appointment please attend as normal.  Thank you for your patience.

If you require urgent medical assistance and the surgery is closed, please phone 111.  Calls to the NHS 111 service are free from both landlines & mobiles. 

For health information or advice telephone NHS 111 by dialing 111 or log on to NHS.UK/111


Please be aware that Spring hall Medical Practice are proposing to merge with Southowram Surgery and Queens Road Surgery. Please click on the link below to see more information and to complete a survey.

Clinics & Services

Antenatal Clinic

Patients are seen by the midwife at Jubilee Centre clinic by appointment. They can also make an appointment to be seen by a GP during surgery hours.

Child Health Clinics

Childhood immunisations and first medicals can be carried out at this clinic by appointment only. There is an advice and weight clinic held by health visitors at the Jubilee Centre each Friday between 09:30 and 11:00 and at St John's Health Centre on a Tuesday from 13:00- 15:00.

CHD Clinics

This clinic is held by Dr Manyeula and is by appointment only.

Dermatology Clinic

Dr Nagpaul holds this clinic by appointment. Please ask a GP for referral.

Asthma Clinic

This is a GP-led clinic held by appointment.

Diabetic Clinic

We hold the annual attendance diabetic clinics on Tuesday mornings. This is conducted by a GP and a nurse and is attended by the chiropody service. The regular diabetic clinics are also held on Tuesdays and are nurse-led.

Family Planning

We offer an extensive range of contraceptive services, including contraceptive pills, injections, intrauterine devices (coils) and patches. for contraceptive implants please contact CASH clinic at Broad Street Plaza (01422 261370). Contraceptive advice is provided by all the doctors during surgery hours and also by the nurses.

Well Person Clinics

We are keen to promote the health and wellbeing of our patients by offering regular health check-ups and advice on a variety of health matters.

These clinics are run at various times by the nursing staff, with easy access to the doctors, and include important checks for blood pressure and urine testing. Cervical smears, advice on breast self-examination and immunisations are also carried out in these clinics. We also offer lifestyle advice on weight control, diet, smoking, alcohol consumption and stress reduction.

Health Checks

All new patients are requested to attend a new patient health check (please bring a sample of urine) - this enables us to obtain details of your past medical problems and to provide better care. We also offer health checks for patients over 75 years of age.

Blood Pressure Tests

There is a machine in both Spring Hall Surgery and the Boots branch for routine blood pressures and also for when a GP has requested a re-check. These are very easy to use and reception staff can assist if necessary. All results will be passed to your GP.


Usually held on the afternoon of the first Tuesday of the month, for the treatment of minor skin complaints such as warts, verrucae and skin tags. Please make an appointment with the doctor first for assessment.

Minor Surgery

We perform other minor surgical procedures when appropriate. Please make an appointment with the doctor first for assessment.


If physiotherapy is necessary, the doctor will refer you.

Psychotherapy and Psychiatry Services

These services are available on site. Where necessary the doctor will refer you to the visiting cognitive behavioural psychotherapist or community psychiatric nurse.

Smoking Cessation

Smokers who wish to stop can see the HCA for advice and help. Pharmacological help such as nicotine patches or tablets may be prescribed. Appointments can be made without seeing the doctor first.

Young Persons Clinic

This is aimed at persons under 25 years requiring advice on a number of issues, e.g. contraception and sexual health. The clinics are run by a female GP and are, as with all clinics, held in complete confidence.

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