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How to See a doctor

calendarPhone lines are open at 8.00am to 6.00pm daily: 01535 273227.

A "Same Day Appointment" surgery is available Monday to Friday.

We aim to release 50% of our appointments one month in advance to enable patients to pre-book.

We also operate a system of Telephone Appointments to make life more convenient. If it is necessary to see any patients as a result of the telephone consultation, the doctor will see you face to face later in the day.

We will never turn away anyone who needs to speak to a doctor regarding an urgent medical matter.  Appointments are held in reserve every day for such emergencies.

We aim to offer you an appointment with a GP within 48 hours and with a healthcare professional within 24 hours.


All patients are now able to book appointments online. If you are already registered for on-line repeat prescribing you will automatically see the appointment system.

Patients will be able to pre book appointments with the doctor and also cancel any doctor appointments that you are unable to attend.

If you wish to register for this service you will need to bring in some form of identification, i.e. passport or driving licence. The receptionist will sign you up and give you your user name and password. You will need to sign up within a 24hour period, after which time your password will require changing by the Practice.

Whilst a percentage of appointments are available on-line patients will still be able to book appointments with the doctor within both Wilsden and Cullingworth surgeries.

The on-line booking is currently for DOCTOR APPOINTMENTS ONLY

Continuity of Care

Should a specific Doctor wish to see you after your initial appointment, they will give you a follow-up slip to give to the receptionist who will make your appointment for you.

Acute problems such as ear ache for example are usually dealt with by non specified clinicians. 


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