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Please do NOT come to the practice if you have a high fever or a new consistent cough.  If you have a fever or new cough then please go online to . Only phone 111 if you are unable to access the internet, or are told to do so by the 111 website.


We have changed our appointment booking system to reduce the risk of coronavirus transmission and to maintain a safe environment for all patients and staff.


We now use a telephone first system for those requesting GP appointments. Anyone requesting a GP appointment will be called by a doctor because many problems can be resolved without needing to come to the surgery.  The doctor who calls you will give you a face to face appointment if one is needed.


You can still book nurse and healthcare assistant appointments in the usual manner.

Did you know there is a local voluntary car scheme?  See latest news

Should you need help getting to The Doctors/Dentist/ Hopsital

Ring Margaret Harrison on 01535 272305 and she will try to help.

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Extended access appointments now available 6.30- 9.30pm

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Why come down to the surgery when you can book

appointments and order your repeat prescription online.

You can also get your prescription sent direct to

the pharmacy even if you don't have online access.

Ask at reception for further information.

You can now take your own BP reading in reception at our Wilsden

or Cullingworth surgery - save time in your appointment and

take your reading in with you

Changes to how your medication is ordered


Sometimes patients receive medicines they don't actually use, or use only occasionally. This creates unnecessary waste and can be potentially harmful if a medication is taken that is no longer needed.


With this in mind, the practice has decided to change the way in which repeat medicines are ordered.

We feel by encouraging patients to order their own medication ensures they are taking responsibility for their own health care.


From 10/02/17 your Pharmacy will no longer be ordering your repeat prescription for you. You will be responsible for ordering the medicine you require.


There are numerous ways you can do this:


  • At the surgery
  • Via the fax
  • Post
  • Online


Please allow 48 hours for your prescription to be generated.


This affects the ordering of your prescription only. Once you have ordered your medicine it can be collected from the surgery by yourself or your chosen pharmacy, and dispensed in the usual manner.


Any concerns or complaints should be raised with the Bradford CCG’s patient support line. Information can be found on the CCG website or call on 01274 237562 or email

Every patient has a named accountable GP

(you may still request to see the GP of your choice)

If you have not heard from us please call

and we will advise you who your named GP is.

Statement of Intent

Plan to meet GMS/PMS 2014-2015 Contractual Requirement for patient on line service.

It is a contractual requirement for GP practices to offer and promote to patients online booking of appointments, ordering of repeat prescriptions and by the 31st March 2015 access to summary information (as a minimum) in their patient record, subject to the necessary GP systems and software being made available to practices by NHS England.

The practice currently offers patients' facilities to book,

view, amend, cancel and print appointments on line and

to order online, view and print a list of their repeat

prescriptions for drugs, medicines or appliances - ask at reception

The practice plans to offer patients facilities to view online, export or print any summary information from their record, relating to medications, allergies, adverse reactions and any other items agreed between the practice and individual patient, from 1st April 2015

Planned Activity by the end of March 2015

Agree the initial small group of patients to use access to records

Write up practice policies and run internal staff awareness sessions

Prepare promotion and information activities for patients

Review any nationally provided support material from RCGP/NHS England website, practice waiting room leaflets, posters and the Patient Participation Group by March 2015.




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