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Every Thursday from 4th April 2019 there will be a short easy walk starting

from Rosegarth Surgery. 

The walks will begin at 12.30pm and finish by 1.15pm.

You do not need any special equipment for the walks, just sturdy shoes and a waterproof coat.walk

Walks will be provided in partnership with CREW

If you need more information please ring Warren on 0770 6915833

or email the surgery


Meet the new team.

After months of recruiting, we are very please to announce that we now have a complete team of clinicians. 

The Team consists of:

Dr Paul Sawczyn

Dr David Taylor

Dr Deepa Prasad

Dr Helen Davies

Dr Richard Loh

Dr Julia Taylor

Dr Cath Hugh (soon to go on maternity leave)

Dr Kirti Chaudhari

Dr Edward Rice

Dr Andy Storr

Dr Alex Johnson

Specialist Nurse Practitioner Deborah Colledge

Practice Nurse Sister Sarah Murphy



get the flu shot

If you would like a FLU VACCINE & you are registered at  Rosegarth or Siddal Surgeries, please book your FLU JAB by contacting the surgery

You are eligible to receive a free flu vaccine if you meet any of the following criteria:

¨ You are aged 65 years of age and over on the 31st March 2019

¨ You receive carers allowance, or you are the main carer for an elderly or disabled person whose welfare may be at risk if you fall ill

¨ Children over the age of 6 months with a long term health condition


¨ Children aged 2 or 3 on the 31st August 19.

¨ You are pregnant

¨ You have certain medical conditions

¨ You have a BMI over 40.



What’s GDPR?

In a nutshell, GDPR (aka the new General Data Protection Regulation) has been created to give you more control over how businesses store and use your personal data. It will also make it easier for you to find out what information a company has about you, and update it as and when you want.

What does this mean for Rosegarth & Siddal Surgeries?

We’ve always collected, stored and used your data safely and securely. 

To make sure we remain compliant with GDPR, we’ve updated our Privacy Policy to make the following clear for you:

What data we collect from you, as well as what we do with it

Who we share your data with, and why we do this

How long we store your data for

What rights you have in relation to the data we hold on you

Please click to access our  Privacy Statement.





                  Latest Newsletter - April 2018 download here: April 18 Newsletter



Changes to products available on prescription in Calderdale

NHS Calderdale Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) has recommended that GPs stop routinely prescribing a number of lower value products and branded medicines. The NHS in Calderdale could save around £300,000 each year by stopping prescribing these self-care treatments, which are widely available to buy, without a prescription, from pharmacies and supermarkets.

Please see our prescription section for further details.

Dial 111 for all urgent care and when the surgery is closed.


Changes to how to order your Repeat Prescriptions from 1st April 18


From 1st April NHS Calderdale CCG has taken the decision to recommend that we cannot accept orders from 3rd Parties (Pharmacies, online pharmacies and medical equipment supplies). 

We understand that we will have a certain cohort of patients who will need assistance with ordering their medication. The practice is working closely with local pharmacies to identify patients who should be EXEMPT.

  • You will now need to order your own medication.
  • Why this is happening:
  • Prevent waste through medicines being over ordered.
  • Reduce spend on unwanted medicine
  • Prevent stockpiling medicines
  • Put patients in control of their own medicines.

You will need to order your repeat prescriptions from Rosegarth/Siddal Surgery when you have at least 7-10 days of medicines left.

        • Did you know you can order online using a smartphone app or a computer? Please ask a receptionist for an online registration pack. You will need to show photographic ID & proof of address in order to obtain access and password.
        • Drop off or post your repeat prescription request at the Practice.
        • Remember we need 2-3 working days to issue a prescription, so don’t leave it till the last minute. 

For further information on how to order click on this link:

CQC star rating

CQC Inspection 9th January 2018

CQC inspections & ratings of specific services

Older People


People with long term conditions


Families, children and young people


Working age people (including those recently retired and students)


People whose circumstances may make them vulnerable


People experiencing poor mental health (including people with dementia)


  This practice is rated as Good overall.

The practice was previously inspected on 21 April 2015. On that occasion the practice received a rating of Outstanding overall, with ratings of Good for providing safe, caring and well led services; and Outstanding for providing effective and responsive services.

Please view the report here CQC Inspection Report Jan 18

Early Morning Appointments 


We offer appointments from 7am every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday mornings, please book in advance as these slots prove very popular.

Visa Machines

We now have visa machines installed at both sites


Busy Phones

Incoming calls to Siddal Surgery each Monday and Friday will be handled by the Rosegarth team, between the hours of 8am-10am.

This allows us to provide patients with the best possible service at the business' peak incoming call time.

busy phone

Carers Register

If you are a Carer for anybody or have a Carer, please let reception know and ask for a Carers Pack. 

Carers are entitled to the seasonal flu vaccine.  For more information, click on the link Carers UK.







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