Flu season is here.. please book your flu jab after 22nd September 2017 at Reception.
Surgery wil be closed half day on Tuesday 12/12/2017 from 12.30pm onwards, due to staff training, please ring 111 if you need any medical advise while surgery is closed.
Christmas and New year surgery closure updates, please open below doccument for info
Christmas & New year Surgery clossing days
please share your thaoughts and feedback about improved access to G. P servieces by filling the below survey form:
Improved access to GP services survey
We have Wifi at suregry for patients, please click below for info:
Patients Wifi info doccument
Get your Flu jab now
Taking flu seriously – having a flu jab is especially important if you have …
Chronic lung disease including asthma
Chronic heart disease
Chronic liver or kidney disease
Chronic neurological disease
Or if you..
Are aged 65 or over
Pregnant or may be pregnant
Look after someone who wouldn’t be able to get by without your help
3 Facts about the flu jab:
Everyone in an ‘At Risk Group’ can have a free flu jab-just contact Reception.
It’s best to have it done at the start of the flu season in the autumn, but it’s still worth getting vaccinated any time before the end of the season in March
If you are in an ‘At Risk Group’, you need to have the jab every year as different flu viruses can circulate each winter so last year’s vaccine may not be effective
Please click below link for more info about risk group in detail:
Clinical risk group who should have Influenza Immunisation
A pneumococcal infection can affect anyone. However, some people are at higher risk of serious illness and can be given the pneumococcal vaccination on the NHS. These include:
- adults aged 65 or over
- children and adults with certain long-term health conditions, such as a serious heart or kidney condition
Babies receive the pneumococcal vaccine as three separate injections, at 8 weeks, 16 weeks and one year old.
People over 65 only need a single pneumococcal vaccination, which will protect for life. It is not given annually like the flu jab.
People with a long-term health condition may need just a single one-off pneumococcal vaccination or five-yearly vaccination, depending on their underlying health problem.
- If you come under high risk list, please check you had your pneumoccal vaccine this year,if not please book with your flu jab.
Notice for patients
Patient self care - No Need prescripton, please click below links for more information:
Patient Self Care Information
No prescription Information
Please be aware surgery will be closed last thursday of every month - 1pm - 2pm , due to staff meeting.
Horne Street Surgery offers a professional caring service for all your healthcare needs
The doctors and staff at Horne Street Surgery in Halifax are proud to offer the highest standard of patient-centred healthcare. We run many clinics for the management of chronic diseases such as asthma and diabetes and offer a wide variety of other medical services including postnatal care, minor surgery, childhood vaccinations and well-person check-ups. New patients who live in our catchment area are more than welcome to join us!
The practice consists of one doctor.
- Dr M S K Niazi MBBS DPD (Male)
It is advisable to keep this leaflet near to your telephone.
Please find Patient survey reports below:
Patient Survey Report 2017
Patient Survey Report 2016
Please find PRG(Patient Reference Group) meeting minutes:
PRG Meeting Minutes Feb 2017
PRG Meeting Minutes 2016