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Westwood Park Diagnostic Treatment Centre
Swift Drive Off Cooper Lane
West Yorkshire
BD6 3NL
01274 425990

From the M606 leave on the Rooley Avenue Junction heading for Halifax (A6036) Continue straight across Odsal roundabout (A6036) Halifax Road. You will pass Tesco supermarket on your right hand side, continue until you come to the Prince of Orange Pub, turn right directly after the pub. Mini roundabout continue straight ahead this is now Cooper Lane, continue ahead, Swift Drive on your left.
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Westwood Park Diagnostic Treatment Centre



On-site car parking is available.
Disabled parking is available.
Free car parking.




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Please note; Referals must be made via your GP. The Treatment Centre provides services in a community setting, which would have traditionally been provided in hospitals. This enables a convenient and closer to home service for patients. Services are provided by GPwSI, PwSI and hospital consultants.


01274 237555
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You can talk to PALS who provide confidential advice and support to patients, families and their carers, and can provide information on the NHS and health related matters.
The PALS service is accessible to patients, their carers, friends and family. The PALS service treats every enquiry with the same level of importance and the same level of confidentiality.



Patient and Public Involvement allows patients to be involved in decisions about their care and lets communities be involved in their local health service.
The PALS service is accessible to patients, their carers, friends and family. The PALS service treats every enquiry with the same level of importance and the same level of confidentiality.
This section is not applicable to the Diagnostic Treatment Centre.
This section is not applicable to the Diagnostic Treatment Centre.
Vending machines are available within the site to purchase hot/cold drinks and snacks. Please enquire at Reception if you require any further information.
Bus numbers 611 and 612 from Bradford Interchange, stop at the end of the hospital drive.

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