Primary Care Services
There are other services provided by our nurses and other professionals to complement the medical work of the doctors:
Please find below King Cross Surgery's home blood pressure readings sheet. Please print this off, complete if you have been asked to by a clinician and return to the Surgery.
Home Blood Pressure Readings Form
Every 3 or 5 years depending age and history in line with local/national policy, by appointment with a practice nurse. Please tell the receptionist if your appointment is for a smear as more time may be needed and paperwork needs preparing.
By referral from your doctor to the local service commissioned by Calderdale PCT.
For regular review of diabetic patients by Dr Chaudhry or Nurse Janet, and podiatrist. You will be notified when your review is due. Book your appointments for your blood tests and your review appointment by contacting reception.
We no longer offer this service. Please read the leaflet below which explains how to take care of your ears and what to do to disperse a build up of wax. If your ear(s) still feel blocked after 4 weeks of following this self-care, please call us for an appointment to have your ear(s) assessed.
Ear Care - Patient Leaflet
By appointment or arrangements with a practice nurse. Contraception services for all patients are given on a totally confidential basis.
The initial assessment of your maternity care needs will be carried out by the midwife. If appropriate you will attend antenatal clinic with the midwife for regular checks. This clinic is no longer held at the Practice, your midwife will confirm the date, time and location of your antenatal appointment. Contact your midwife on 01422 261364 or 07795825064.
By appointment with your doctor for appropriate conditions, Friday afternoon 2.15 – 3.15pm. You must see your doctor for assessment before you are given an appointment.
Please contact Calderdale QUIT Smoking Service to arrange an appointment 01422 281505.
Travel Vaccinations & Travel Advice
Are available from our practice nurses. When you are planning your trip overseas, please collect our travel information leaflet from reception at least 3 months before you travel as vaccinations need planning and you need to be aware of the charges.
If you have a dental problem you need to visit your dentist. If you do not have a dentist, you should contact the local Dental Helpline on 01422 281576; for urgent dental treatment contact the Emergency Dental Service on 0845 122 0221. We do not deal with dental problems at the surgery.