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16/11/2020: Bilton Medical Centre now has a First Contact Physiotherapist working Wednesday mornings, please do call and book to get an appointment - no need for a referral! 

30/10/2020: Due to the national lockdown we have made the decision to shut our surgery doors again and you will only be allowed in if you have a face to face appointment booked. To book an appointment, call the surgery and our dedicated reception staff will triage your call and book you in for a video consultation with a GP if needed. There will be no face to face appointments offered unless the GP deems it necessary. If you are called in for an appointment it is vital that you wear a mask/face covering. If you do not wear one you will not be allowed to enter the surgery. 

30/10/2020: When you book an appointment you will be offered a video consultation - please not the GP/Clinician will call only ONCE, please make sure you have your phone on you at all times when you are waiting for the call - thank you for your patience. 

30/10/2020: As of Monday the 2nd November Bilton Medical Centre will not be issuing paper prescriptions any longer. This is to limit the need to visit the surgery and to follow Infection Control guidelines. Please call us to advise of the Pharmacy you would like your prescriptions sent to electronically, thank you.

22/10/2020: To book an appointment, call the surgery and our dedicated reception staff will triage your call and book you in for a video consultation with a GP if needed. There will be no face to face appointments unless the GP deems it necessary. If you are called in for an appointment it is vital that you wear a mask/face covering. If you do not wear one you will not be allowed to enter the surgery.

EXTENDED ACCESS SERVICE – INFORMATION FOR PATIENTS

NEW NEW NEW NEW

This practice is now part of the extended access service which provides access to GP, Nurse, and Health care assistant appointments based at Clarendon Medical Centre 5 Alice Street Bradford BD8 7RT.

Additional access for appointments every Monday from 6.30pm to 8.30pm onwards is now available with an Advanced Nurse Practitioner. There is also a separate Minor Aliments clinic for patients over the age of 12. 

We also have access to the practice nurse who specialises in Diabetes, and Spiro and Asthma Reviews, and BP's and NHS Healthchecks.

This is a great new service that will also help out working patients. Contact the surgery for more details.

Information for patients

This practice is part of the extended access service which provides GP, Physiotherapy, Nurse, and Health care assistant appointments from the following locations (hubs) across Bradford:

  1. North hub: Shipley Medical Practice, Alexandra Road, Shipley, Bradford BD18 3EG
  2. Central hub: Picton Medical Centre, Westbourne Green Community Health Care Centre, Manningham, Bradford, BD8 8RA
  3. South hub: The Ridge Medical Practice, Cousen Road, Bradford, BD7 3JX


As a patient registered with this practice, you have access to the following:

Weekday appointments

Evening appointments (6.30pm – 9.30pm) at any of the three hubs to see one of the following, subject to availability:

• GP
• Physiotherapist
• Nurse
• Health care assistant
• Voluntary sector services


Weekend appointments

Weekend appointments are available with a GP from 10.00am - 1.00pm on Saturdays and Sundays from the central hub, subject to availability.

More information about appointments with the extended access service

The service is run by Bradford Care Alliance, which represents all GP practices in the Bradford area. Medical appointments are with GPs and other healthcare staff who work in the area; so your appointment may not be with a clinician from this practice.

To use the service we will ask for your consent to share your medical record and our reception staff will explain what this means and why it is necessary. Click here to learn more about how and why we process your information.

Further details of the services and location maps are available here.

 
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