REVEALED: These are the WORST GP surgeries in the Wakefield district - as rated by you

Trinity Medical Centre, Wakefield - 71%  of patients would recommend. (Google Maps)
Trinity Medical Centre, Wakefield - 71% of patients would recommend. (Google Maps)

After revealing the best GP surgeries across the Wakefield district, the Express can now reveal the lowest ranked across the city.

The findings have been released as part of the GP Patient Surveys which ranks practices according to patient reviews.

Click the link above to find out the worst 10 surgeries in our district, according to patients.

A spokesman for NHS Wakefield CCG said: “We welcome all patient feedback as this helps us to improve primary care services for the people of Wakefield.

“The data shows that many of our practices have a very high percentage in which patients that would recommend them to somebody new to the area.

“The GP Patient Survey is just one of the things we look at to measure the quality of primary care services. The latest figures show that, across the 38 practices in Wakefield district, 90 per cent of patients would recommend their GP surgery to friends or family. This is above the national average of 89 per cent

“In addition, all but two of our practices has a ‘good’ or ‘outstanding’ Care Quality Commission (CQC) rating, which offers a more detailed picture of service quality.

“We carry out targeted work with those practices we identify as requiring additional support to help them identify and resolve any problems they may have.”