DOCTORS at Crosland Moor were hard at work today in their temporary new home, after an arson attack on their surgery.
Patients are being seen in a lounge at Crosland Moor Community Centre, next to the health centre devastated in a blaze on Wednesday evening.
And health staff pledged it is business as normal, with a planned flu clinic going ahead tomorrow in the Community Centre.
Staff at Crosland Moor Co-op, which was also damaged by the fire, were also back in action today.
They re-opened late this morning after engineers completed repairs to power supplies and replaced fire-damaged felt on the roof.
Co-op spokesman Mike Taylor said: "We lost about £10,000 worth of stock because of smoke damage from the fire, which also damaged our electrics and melted roofing felt.
"We worked hard yesterday and this morning to enable us to re-open".
Dr Michael Taylor, who is also Huddersfield Town's doctor, his partner Dr Vivian Martin and Dr John Ross have arranged to continue surgeries in the Community Centre until arrangements for a temporary base are completed.
Surgery staff are contacting patients to try and re-arrange non-urgent appointments for next week, but the flu clinic will take place tomorrow between 9am and 11am.
* A 17-year-old youth arrested in connection with the blaze has been released on bail until December 1, pending further police inquiries.