Haworth Medical PracticeHeathcliffe MewsHaworthKeighley, BD22 8DHTel: 01535 642255
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All the doctors provide maternity services and are willing to advise on all forms of contraception. Drs Cox, Richardson, Starford, Spiller and Buckley are our female doctors. Our Practice Nurses are also involved in family planning.
Arrangements for the fitting of contraceptive coils or implants by Dr Richardson or Dr Spiller can be made with Reception.
Drs, Cox and Starford also run Well Woman Clinics where they can address any women's health issues.
We are able to provide confidential advice regarding all aspects of sexual health, as well as screening and treatment for sexually transmitted infections including chlamydia. Alternatively patients can obtain advice or arrange an appointment for one of the Bradford and Airedale Contraception and Sexual Health Clinics which are provided by Locala telephoning 01274 200024. These clinics run in Keighley, Bingley and Ilkley and include a drop-in clinic (no appointment needed) for young people up to the age of 25 at Keighley Health Centre on Wednesdays 3.30-6.00pm.
These are usually done by our Practice Nurses. On request any of the female doctors can also do them. All women are strongly encouraged to attend for regular smears from the age of 25.
Dr Brown runs a minor surgery service. Dr Brown also runs a dermatology clinic at the surgery to which patients can be referred.
Dr Wardleworth runs a musculoskeletal clinic at the surgery and patients with a wide range of joint and muscle problems and injuries can be referred to this service. This can avoid the longer wait to see a hospital consultant and means that hospital orthopaedic and rheumatology appointments can be prioritised for those in need of hospital-based treatments. Dr Wardleworth does joint injections during their normal surgeries when required.
Babies are offered medicals by a Doctor at 8 weeks. The Health Visitors perform examinations at other times. All children are automatically sent appointments for immunisations as recommended by the Department of Health. The latest schedules and information on vaccinations can be obtained by clicking on the "health and lifestyle" link in the righthand menu.
Our Nursing team runs clinics to provide annual chronic disease reviews for patients with the following conditions:-
Health checks are available on request to any patient who has not been seen for a year and are over 75 years of age or 3 yearly if under 75 years of age.
Our Nursing team provides the following health promotion activities at the surgery:-
Our patients can access various mental health services, including counselling, self-help cognitive behavioural therapy and the mental health gateway worker, all based at the surgery. To access any of these speak to one of the doctors.
This is provided by Project 6 .Patients who would like help to deal with a drug or alcohol problem can be referred via their GP or are able to self-refer to this service - just ask at reception for an appointment.
The NHS does not cover certain services (e.g. HGV Examinations, Insurance Forms, private certificates etc) and a charge must be made for these. Details can be obtained from Reception.
If you require any vaccinations relating to foreign travel you need to make an appointment with the practice nurse to discuss your travel arrangements.
You will need to explain which countries and areas within countries you are visiting to determine what vaccinations are required. Information about countries and vaccinations required can be obtained by clicking on the links below:
Travel Health Questionnaire
To help us offer the appropriate advice, please complete the online form before coming to see the nurse.
If you suspect you may require yellow fever vaccination it would be helpful if you could also print and complete the following two forms and drop them in at the surgery. One of our nurses will review them and then contact you to arrange an appointment.
Blood tests are performed between 8.15am and 9.30am on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday mornings by phlebotomists who visit the surgery from Airedale Hospital. You will need to book an appointment with reception Alternatively you may take the request form to Keighley Health Centre or Airedale Hospital at the times listed on the form. In addition our Healthcare Assistant can visit housebound patients at home to perform blood tests.
Our nurses are able to perform ECGs for patients with heart and blood pressure problems at the request of the doctor.
This test may be requested by the doctor for certain patients with high blood pressure and can be performed by our nurses.
This test of lung function can also be performed within the surgery and may be used to monitor patients with COPD and to diagnose certain lung conditions.
The doctor may refer you for radiology tests such as x-rays. Most of these are done at Keighley Health Centre on Oakworth Road but some more specialist scans may need to be done at Airedale Hospital.
Chlamydia is a sexually transmitted infection which may cause no symptoms but can cause longterm health problems and infertility. Patients can access chlamydia screening through either a GP or Nurse Practitioner. We are able to offer under 25'screening by a simple urine test, please ask for a chlamydia testing kit which can then be posted off and the results returned direct to you.
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