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The first Phase of the Nhs Covid-19 Vaccination Programme has started.  When it is the right time, patients will receive an invitation to come forward.  For most people, this will be a letter, either from the GP or from the National Nhs.  The letter will include all the information you will need to book appointments, including your Nhs Number.  

Please do not contact the Nhs to get an appointment until you get this letter.  Please could we kindly ask you to not contact the practice for information about the vaccine as there is not currently any further information available and it may stop someone who needs urgent medical help getting through to us.  Information is availabe on

contact your doctors online and get a response by the end of the next working day


Welcome to our practice website. We aim to provide all of our patients with a comprehensive range of healthcare services covering one-off problems to longer term illnesses. Feel free to explore the site and find out how you and your family can benefit from our personal and professional approach to healthcare provision


If you have symptoms associated with coronavirus including a new continuous cough, high temperature and a loss or change to your sense of smell or taste you are advised to stay at home for 7 days. Do not book a GP appointment or attend your GP Practice.

If your symptoms are serious, or get worse, NHS 111 has an online coronavirus service that can tell you if you need further medical help and advise you what to do. 

Only call NHS 119 direct if you cannot go online, or are advised to do so by the online service. 

In line with recent guidance if you have been asked to attend surgery for a Face to Face appointment, please attend wearing a face covering or mask.  Thank you

For the latest Covid-19 advice please visit

We’re asking all patients to arrive on time, alone and wearing a face covering when attending our surgery.


We’ve already changed the way we work to make it safer for you to come into the surgery when you have been invited to.


Our staff wear appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) including face masks and aprons, we have a protective screen in our waiting room and wherever possible social distancing guidelines are maintained.


By arriving on time, alone and wearing a face covering you are helping to reduce the risk of spreading coronavirus and keeping our surgery safe.


You can use a scarf or bandana that ties behind your head. Or you can make your own face covering at home by following the instructions on the Government website. You do not need a medical mask, these are for front line health and care workers.


How to wear a face covering

  • Face coverings should cover the mouth and nose.
  • You should wash your hands with soap and water for 20 seconds or use a sanitiser before putting on a face covering, before and after removing.
  • Avoid wearing the face covering on your neck or forehead.
  • Don’t share face coverings.


We know some people may find it difficult to wear a face covering and we will make suitable arrangements to see these patients safely. This will discussed with you at the time of booking an appointment.


People who do not need to wear a face covering

    • Children under the age of three.
  • Primary school aged children (under 11) who may find it difficult to manage them correctly.

  • People who have a physical or mental illness or impairment, or a disability that means they cannot put on, wear or remove a face covering.
  • If putting on, wearing or removing a face covering would cause severe distress.
  • Some people may feel more comfortable showing something that says they do not have to wear a face covering. This could be in the form of an exemption card, badge or even a home-made sign. This is a personal choice and is not necessary in law.

The Government have made exemption resources available to download.


If you usually attend your appointments with the support of a carer they can still attend the surgery with you. They will also need to wear a face covering.


Further information about face coverings and how to wear is available on the Government website.


Help us help you stay safe – wear a face covering, arrive on time and alone.



When We Are Closedclosed

When the Surgery is closed please ring NHS 111


NHS 111

You can get help 24/7 by calling NHS 111 which is designed to make it easier for patients to access health services.  The number is free to call and is a fast and easy way for patients to get the right help.  It is for patients who:-

  • Need medical care fast but it is not an emergency
  • Don't know who to call for medical help
  • Think they need to go to A & E or another NHS urgent care service
  • Need health information or reassurance about what to do next

Callers to 111 are put through to a team of highly skilled call advisors who are supported by experienced Nurses.  They use a clinical assessment system and ask questions to assess a callers needs and determine the most appropriate course of action. 

Please do not ask to see a doctor out of hours unless you genuinely cannot wait until the surgery re-opens.

Call 999 in an emergency. Chest pains and / or shortness of breath constitute an emergency.


Here are some useful health & wellbeing related support services for you.  All these services are free to access providing you meet the criteria.


Practical & emotional support & advice for anyone in West Yorkshire & Harrogate suffering from any form of grief & loss or those worried about losing someone, whether this relates to a family  member friend or member of the community.  Telephone 0808 196 3833 or click on


Provides confidential support, advice, information & guidance to people with mental health needs & their carers who are registered with a GP in Kirklees, Calderdale, Wakefield, Leeds & Barnsley.  Telephone - 0800 183 0558


Provide a range of treatment, recovery & related support for local people aged 18+.  Telephone - 01484 353333 or click on


Provide domestic abuse support services in Kirklees including a 24 hour helpline, community outreach & refuge/safe accommodation.  Telephone - 0800 052 7222 or click on


This provides support for people who are for example, lonely or isolated & would benefit from support with their mental health, have a long term condition and or complex needs that affect their wellbeing to connect with community groups and other services for practical & emotional support.  Please contact us at the Surgery to access this service.


The Kirkwood provides specialist care, free of charge to adults in Kirklees with advanced progressive illnesses at any time from diagnosis to the end of life.  They can be contacted for advice 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.  Telephone - 01484 557910.


We are now offering extended evening appointments on Tuesdays to see the Practice Nurse for the convenience of Patients who may find it difficult to attend at other times.


Evening and weekend appointments now available

Patients can now see a local GP for routine appointments on weekday evenings and at weekends.

Pre-bookable and on-the-day appointments are available between 6.30pm and 8.30pm each weekday, with additional slots available on Saturdays and Sundays between 10.00am and 2.00pm.

Appointments are available for any Greater Huddersfield patient in the Primary Care Centre hub at Huddersfield Royal Infirmary.

How to book an evening or weekend appointment

If you’re registered to book appointments online, you can book an evening or weekend appointment with a GP at your convenience here (link to your practice’s GP online function). If you’re not registered to book appointments online, registering is easy – ask at reception the next time you come into the practice, or click here for further details. link to your practice website or to the CCG’s web page at:

You can also book an evening or weekend appointment by ringing the practice on: 01484 426044. If you need to book an appointment when the practice is closed then you can ring the free NHS 111 phone line out of normal working hours and they will book an appointment for you if appropriate.


Did you know that you can now see a Gp on an evening or at the weekend? Ask us for more details on your next visit.


ADVANCED APPOINTMENTS - Allows Patients to choose their preferred day and time in advance eg next week, 4 weeks, 6 weeks etc.

BOOK ON THE DAY APPOINTMENTS - When all advanced appointments have been taken, a system exists by which a certain amount of appointments can be given only on the day, these are available to patients who phone at 8.30am prompt.

URGENT APPOINTMENTS - The nature of the emergency must first be explained to the Receptionist who may need to consult the GP for him to ascertain if an Urgent Appointment is necessary.

TELEPHONE CONSULTATION APPOINTMENTS - Can always be made but will operate after the morning or evening Surgery.

DOUBLE APPOINTMENTS - These can be made on request when the Patient has more than one problem.



Our CQC Inspection Report is available to view.  Please click the link below to access this:-


As well as being able to see when we are open at the click of a mouse we’ve made it easier for you to do a number of things. Check out how to order a repeat prescription or cancel your appointment online.

Join Us

Registering is easy with online forms also available and appointment slots to suit most patients’ timetables. You’ll enjoy a confidential service in comfortable surroundings from a helpful and dedicated team.  All Patients will have a named General Practitioner at Marsh Surgery who will be Dr. S. Gujral.


Patients regularly complain that it is difficult to get an appointment and this is mainly due to DNA's (Did Not Attend) as these appointments that are wasted could be given to patients who need them.

The Practice does not tolerate time wasting and after 3 non attendances, patients will be reviewed by the GP as to why they did not attend their appointments and may be removed from the Practice List.

Your Comments

We welcome comments from our patients on ways we can improve our service. We have also have a Patient Group - further information is available on the link on the right hand side of this page. Its important to us to get the patient perspective on our service and any planned changes for the future. This Group enables us to survey our patients and get feedback on our plans. If you would like to be more involved with the Group please contact reception with your email address.

Antibiotic Guardian

Antibiotic Resistance is one of the biggest threats facing us today.  Become an Antibiotic Guardian. Sign up on the Antibiotic Guardian website

Please click on the link below for further information via You Tube.


My Health Tools aims to help people living with long term health conditions.   It has been designed with and for local people, and provides access to a wealth of trustworthy information and resources giving people more choices and the opportunity to access extra support.  It can help people to:


  • Feel in control
  • Increase their confidence
  • Be inspired with new ideas
  • Access support, skills and resources To find out more, or try My Health Tools, go to 


We are also part of the Kirklees Dementia Action Alliance who are committed to raising awareness on Dementia and offer support.  Dementia Friends is an organisation who aims to provide information and tips to people on how to be more patient and how to generally help people with Dementia.  Please click the link below and become a Dementia Friend and receive your own badge and little book of Friendship.




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Carers Count

Are you a Carer? do you care for a family member or elderly person.  If you do then you should ideally be registered as a Carer on our System and entitled to various support and advice if needed.  If you are a Carer, please get in touch with Beena at the Surgery who will give you the relevant information or please take a look at the 'Carers Count' link below.

Carers Count has been set up to promote the wellbeing of carers so they can continue in their caring role and have a life of their own.  Please click the link below for more information and support and access to various services which are provided:-



(Site updated 29/01/2021)

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Marsh Surgery

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01484 426044
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