SERVICES

See the links below for more information on the different services we provide at Honley Surgery

 

We offer a range of Health Checks including:

NHS Health Check

Over 75 Check

Assess your risk of heart disease

Assess your risk of diabetes

Women's Health

Men's Health

Please contact us for more information to check your eligibility and book an appointment.

Mr Lohan is our clinical practice pharmacist who has been at Honley Surgery for 2 years. 

He is training to be an advanced clinical practitioner and can help you deal with medication queries, help you manage long term health conditions like diabetes, high blood pressure, asthma and minor illnesses. 

We also have 4 clinical pharmacists who work across The Valleys Primary Care Network. They specialize in structured medication reviews, long term condition advice and medication queries i.e. Side effects and supply issues.

Honley Surgery has a hospital phlebotomist visit twice a week to take routine blood samples in addition to the services provided by our nursing and healthcare team. 

Adults in England will be able to see a musculoskeletal First Contact Physiotherapist (FCP) at their local GP practice without being referred by a GP.

Our physiotherapists can help patients with musculoskeletal issues such as back, neck and joint pain by:

  • Assess you and diagnose what is happening.

  • Give expert advice in how to best manage your condition.

  • Refer you on to specialist services if necessary.

Please contact Honley Surgery on 01484 303366 for more information.

Private Medical Examinations are available on request including:


HGV examinations

Fostering medicals

DVLA medicals and more

Please note that there is a charge for any service that falls under the remit of a non NHS service.

For further information please contact the surgery on 01484 303366

Social Prescribing is a way to refer patients with social, emotional or practical needs to a wider range of non-clinical and local services to support patients and is aimed at everyone, but does particularly help people with these characteristics:

History of mental health problems

Frequent GP clinic attendees

Two or more Long-term Conditions (LTCs) 

Socially Isolated 

Untreatable or poorly-understood LTCs (e.g. chronic fatigue,IBS)

Patients not benefiting from clinical or drug treatment

  


There are many different services available in this scheme here are just a few:

Exercise/Healthy Lifestyle

Self-Management Programs

Money advice - debt benefits, fuel

Carers support

Dementia support

Housing/ adaptations help

Social/Leisure activities and groups

Transport/Mobility 

Here at Honley Surgery we offer a wide range of travel vaccinations and medical advice regarding travel and being safe in the sun.


If you would like advice on travel vaccinations please collect a travel form from reception, or download it from the link below, complete and return it to us.


Ideally this should be done one month before travel.

Travel Vaccination Form