• Volunteers

    Volunteering Open Evening at Trinity Medical Centre

    Trinity Medical Centre is looking for volunteers to help in our busy surgery in central Wakefield. Are you wanting to progress onto a career in the healthcare industry? Or do you have some free time you would like to fill doing something rewarding? Why not come along to our open evening on the 5th of June 2018 and find out how you could help. Why Should I Volunteer? Help support the practice in being a welcoming and accessible environment Gain work experience, enhance your CV and develop interpersonal skills Turn your spare time into something fulfilling What Qualities Do I Need? Initiative Confidence and willingness to learn A positive and…

  • Practice Information

    PARKING EYE

    As you may have noticed we have now had camera’s installed at Trinity Medical Centre in an effort to improve the car park for patients use. We currently allow users to park in the car park for 2 hours which should be more than enough for patient use, but hopefully will stop those who were abusing the car park for other means. We have already seen a huge improvement in the car park since the signs and cameras have been installed and hope our patients see this improvement also when they visit the surgery. If you would like to leave us some feedback about this change, please do so either…

  • Changes to Information,  Practice Information

    Vitamin D

    Have you had a blood test that has shown low levels of Vitamin D? Here are a few tips of how to up your daily intake… Eating foods that are naturally high in vitamin D, for example: Tuna, mackerel, and salmon (not tinned) – as they are high in good fats and oils Orange juice & soy milk Cereals Mushrooms Cheese Egg yolks Having enough exposure to sun light, around 20-25 minutes in summer around 10 am – 3pm Purchasing a vitamin supplement; the recommended daily intake is 1000 units. Please consult your pharmacist or local health food store.   References: For more information about Vitamin D intake, take a…

  • Careers

    We’re Hiring!

    Are you driven, passionate about customer service and looking for a new challenge? If so, you could be who we’re looking for! We currently have a receptionist position available on a minimum of 27 hours per week. To apply, follow this link: https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/f03869f3c9142addb9e4f03d23819125/?vac_ref=915022469  

  • Practice Information

    Stop Smoking Advice

    You may have received a letter or text message from the surgery recently advising you of the support available should you decide to stop smoking. We have sent you this message because our records may indicate that you are currently, or have previously been a smoker. For more information about the support available if you decide to quit please visit; http://wakefield.yorkshiresmokefree.nhs.uk/ View the Yorkshire Smoke Free leaflet HERE If you have recently quit smoking or if you believe you have been sent the letter/text message in error, please contact us by emailing trinity.medicalcentre@nhs.net.  

  • Changes to Information

    Walk In Centre to change its opening hours

    New Hours for Walk in Centre to Meet Patient Need From the 1st November the Wakefield Walk in Centre on King Street will have new opening hours. The service will be available from 10am until 10pm 7 days a week. The new hours mean the service is available later in the day until 10pm, and opens slightly later at 10am. The change reflects patient use of the service, which showed greater demand for the service in the evenings, rather than the early morning. Providing same day support for patients, the centre can provide urgent care for an acute condition that may be dealt with in a single visit to a…

  • Practice Information,  Seasonal

    Flu Vaccinations 2017/18

    The surgery is offering Flu Vaccinations for patients who are eligible. Eligible patients should have recieved an invitation for a flu vaccination either by SMS or in the post. If you are unsure if you are elgible please contact either surgery. For more information on the Flu vaccination please see the NHS Choices Website HERE

  • Practice Information

    NHS Health Check

    The NHS Health Check is your chance to get your free midlife MOT.  For adults in England aged 40-74 without a pre-existing condition, it checks your circulatory and vascular health and what your risk of getting a disabling vascular disease is.  The guide below is directly from the NHS Choices website and explains what happens at the check, when and how you get one, and how to lower your risk.