Crosland Moor Surgery
Welcome to Crosland Moor Surgery. This website has been designed to help you make the best use of the services offered by our practice. We endeavour to provide a happy, friendly, family service, providing the highest quality medical care to all our patients, whilst at the same time aiming to be at the forefront of general practice. As well as specific practice details such as opening hours and how to register, you’ll find a wealth of useful pages covering a wide range of health issues along with links to other relevant medical organisations.
********We now have a new telephone system in place please contact us using the usual number, can we thank everyone for their understanding and patience during this time.******
Latest update: 15.12.21
Getting your COVID-19 booster
In response to the national effort to protect people against the Omicron variant, the NHS is working to offer everyone aged 18 and over the chance to book a COVID-19 booster vaccine by the end of December.
You can now have your booster 3 months after your second dose and we will contact you when it is your turn. We will be prioritising people according to their age so please do not contact the practice for an appointment until you are invited.
Alternatively, you can book an appointment at a community or pharmacy vaccination centre using the NHS National Booking Service. You can book online at www.nhs.uk/covidvaccine or by calling 119. The service is currently very busy but more appointments are being added all the time so please keep checking back if you can’t get an appointment as quickly as you would like.
You must continue to wear a face mask in our practice after Thursday 27th of January 2022
When attending our GP surgery, you must continue to wear a face mask and follow social distancing rules, unless you are exempt. Practice staff will continue to use appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE).
This will help to ensure the safety of our patients, visitors and staff, especially those who are more vulnerable to infection.
This is in line with the latest national guidance which applies to all healthcare settings in England. You can find more about this on the NHS England website here: https://www.england.nhs.uk/2021/07/nhs-patients-staff-and-visitors-must-continue-to-wear-face-coverings-in-healthcare-settings/
We are working extremely hard to provide safe care to our patients. We hope that this helps clarify why these measures are in place.
We are delighted to announce that on Wednesday 23rd June 20021, we will have delivered over 100,000 Covid-19 vaccinations alongside our local GP Surgeries working from Cathedral House, our vaccination site in Huddersfield.
Kirklees has consistently seen high rates of Covid-19 and we are delighted to have made significant inroads into protecting people from the virus. We have delivered several thousand vaccines in care homes and in housebound patients, in addition to holding pop-up clinics for hard to reach populations.
We have had a huge helping hand from local volunteers, the CCG and Kirklees Council. Staff have gone above and beyond in ensuring the success of the vaccination programme.
Staff have worked tirelessly to reach this milestone, whilst continuing with our normal patient care. We can see the substantial impact that the vaccination programme has in helping us to defeat the virus and we urge those are yet to be vaccinated to come forward and get booked in.
As of Monday 17th May 2021, an updated version of the NHS App will go live. The updated version will contain a separate feature to show individuals COVID-19 vaccination records. Please note, this feature will not be controlled by the individuals practice. Effectively, this turns the App into a vaccine passport. This link to the GOV.UK website on Demonstrating your COVID-19 vaccination status when travelling abroad which explains the following: How to access your COVID-19 vaccination status.
Coronavirus guidance –Do you have a fever, new cough, loss or change to your sense of smell or taste and recently travelled abroad and returned to the UK in the past 14 days or have been in contact with somebody who has already had a confirmed case of Coronavirus, please do NOT book an appointment at the surgery, but instead immediately:
Stay indoors and avoid contact with other people as you would with the flu, use the website below for advice.
New entry system to the surgery
We now have a new entry system to enter the surgery, if you have been invited to the surgery by the doctor or have an appointment with the practice nurse please press the intercom button and a member of staff will ask your name and release the door for you to come into the surgery. We are still asking patients not to come to the surgery unless it is necessary so please ring the surgery if you want to order medication or ask a question.
New Service - Physio First
A first contact practitioner (FCP) is an experienced physiotherapist who has the advanced skills necessary to assess, diagnose and recommend appropriate treatment or referral for musculoskeletal (MSK) problems on a patient’s first contact with healthcare services e.g when they visit their GP surgery.
Patients with MSK complaints can be booked in to see an FCP by a GP receptionist or other healthcare professional. An FCP offers expert MSK assessment and diagnosis, however, is also integrated within the multi-disciplinary team in each GP Practice. If appropriate an FCP may prescribe a programme of exercises, refer for blood tests or X-ray, administer steroid injections, utilise local services or refer a patient to an appropriate secondary health service e.g. rheumatology or orthopaedics.
Please speak to our Reception Team who can book you an appointment.
National Better Health campaign
Please see the infomation regarding the new health campaign under the living well tab or https://www.nhs.uk/better-health
Disabled Facilities and Car Parking
Our premises have suitable access for disabled persons and ample parking is available in the main car park.
If you wish to see the full report please click on the link. CQC Report
Our reception staff have had training in care navigation, this means when you call for an appointment you will be asked a few questions to ensure we give you an appointment or navigate you to the correct person to help you with your problem, this might no always be your GP. For more information please click on the links under active sign posting.
Care navigation information
Greater Huddersfield CCG Care Navigation
The new data protection laws take effect from May 2018, there is more under GDPR in our further information section
Merger of our 2 local CCG'S
Following the merger of Greater Huddersfield and North Kirklees CCGs, some of our email addresses have changed. One of these is the Contact Us facility for patients / the PALS service. If you have the old email address (email@example.com) please update it to firstname.lastname@example.org .
We hope you enjoy having a look around the site and familiarising yourself with some of the online features such as ordering a repeat prescription. Whatever your thoughts, be sure to let us know via our feedback function. Comments and suggestions are always a great way of helping us continue to enhance the way we look after you.
We are asking our patients to complete the "Friends and Family Survey" when they have visited the surgery, please complete one even if you are just collecting a prescription. Thank you to everyone who took part and shared their views with us and to the members of the Patient Participation Group who particpated and played their roles.
(Site updated 24/04/2023)