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Missed appointments
To avoid wasted appointments and reduce waiting times please notify the surgery if you are unable to attend. During September 2015 there were a total of 119 appointments for which patients did not attend, resulting in 27 hours & 10 minutes of wasted time.

The annual 2014 figure of wasted time for which patients Did Not Attend is 385 hours & 54 minutes, this is the equivalent of a full time clinician working 10 weeks 10 hours & 54 minutes.

Patient Participation Group
Have your say by joining our patient participation group. Please contact  the practice on 01535 642255 if you are interested in becoming a member.


Haworth Medical practiceWelcome to the Haworth Medical Practice website

At Haworth Medical practice we take pride in offering our patients high quality patient-centred healthcare within the modern purpose-built surgery we moved to in 2006. 

We have a dedicated team, which includes 9 doctors, 3 practice nurses and 2 nurse practitioners.  In addition to usual General Practice clinics, we run clinics for chronic disease care and offer a wide variety of other medical services such as antenatal and postnatal care, minor surgery, childhood and travel vaccinations, counselling and well-person check-ups.

You should find everything you need to know about the practice here. You can also access a wealth of health-related information through the menu on the right hand side.

  pill  Click here to book an appointment or to order your repeat prescription online

  We had an exceptionally high demand for flu vaccinations at our drop in on Tuesday October 6th and apologise to all those who had a long wait and the difficulties experienced.
We will work to prevent this happening in future years.
(Site updated 12/10/2015)
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