Rydings Hall Surgery is a 4 partner practice which is not a limited partnership.
HISTORY OF RYDINGS HALL
Rydings Hall was built in 1925, by local builder John Jagger, as a result of the generosity of Richard Woodhouse of Woodhouse and Riding, and presented to the Church Institute.
The upstairs of the building was used by the Church Institute and the main hall downstairs was used for public meetings and dances. These were held throughout the war years, but no alcoholic drinks were allowed.
When the building came up for sale, it was purchased by the Brighouse and Rastrick Band, who used it for practising purposes until May 1991.
After conversion, this was then opened as Rydings Hall Surgery.
The practice covers Brighouse and its surrounding area including Hipperholme, Lightcliffe to the North and up to Bradley Bar/Fixby area to the South.
The practice boundary is as follows:
To the north side:
Hipperholme crossroads - Denholme Gate Road (A644), Bramley Lane (and streets off), A58 eastwards, over A641 junction to Lower Wyke Lane, Wyke Old Lane, Bradford Road A641 to A641/A649 crossroads. A649 eastwards, Birkby Lane, Halifax Road to A643 junction.
To the east side:
A643 southwards, Walton Lane, Highmoor Lane, Towngate (and streets off), Deep Lane, Blakelaw Lane to M62.
To the south side:
M62 to A641 Huddersfield Road, south to Bradley roundabout, west along A6107 Fixby Road, Clough Lane.
To the west side:
A643 northwards, New Hey Road, Delf Hill, Lower Edge Road, Nunnery Lane, Sherburn Road, Reins Road, Field Top Road (and streets off), Oaklands, Lillands Lane, A643 to roundabout with A6026. Elland Road only westwards as far as Cromwell Bottom (Ashday Lane), Brighouse Wood Lane (and streets off), A644 Halifax Road northwards (and streets off), Brighouse Road to Hipperholme crossroads.
Click on this link to see if you are in the practice's catchment area (please note we have registered patients where their postcode is the same as patient who are outside the boundary therefore it is important to check that your address is in the boundary.)
The Surgery is 200 yards from the bus station via the subway.
Parking is available, entrance is on Parsonage Lane.
Facilities are provided for the disabled and access should be made via Parsonage Lane.
Mother and baby facilities are available (please ask at Reception).
GP Training & Development
Rydings Hall Surgery is a training practice with a strong emphasis on providing high quality patient care through continued training and development of the future workforce. We participate in the training of medical students and the advanced training of qualified doctors who wish to specialise as General Practitioners.
A GP Registrar is a fully qualified doctor who is gaining advanced experience in General Practice and you may be offered an appointment with one. We also teach Medical Students, Nurses and Physician Associates. The patient services advisor will inform you of the occasions when a surgery is being held jointly. This can be a surgery in which GP Trainer and GP Registrar are present or a GP and a medical student.
For training purposes we sometimes conduct video recording of consultations with an informed written consent. This will be done before and after the recording.
No physical examinations are recorded.
The Practice team would like to thank our patients for supporting us with the continuing education of future GPs and the Primary care workforce.