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 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:

 North hub: Shipley Medical Practice, Alexandra Road, Shipley, Bradford BD18 3EG

Central hub: Picton Medical Centre, Westbourne Green Community Health Care Centre, Manningham, Bradford, BD8 8RA

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:




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.




chdWarfarin Clinic

Dr Livingstone and Dr Faruque offer a Warfarin monitoring service.

Diabetes Clinic

Our Doctors and our Practice Nurse run a regular Diabetes Clinic.  We also have a Dietician who provides a monthly clinic for our patients with diabetes.

Smoking Cessation

If you wish to give up smoking please contact the Stop Smoking Service on 01274 437700.  We regret we cannot offer smoking cessation appointments in-house.

Child Health

Immunisations are by appointment with the Practice Nurse. Teenage immunisations are usually performed at school, by the School Nurse.

pregnantCervical Screening

Our Practice Nurses offer appointments.  You will be sent a reminder when your smear is due, but if it has been more than three years since your last smear, please book an appointment.

Family Planning

All our doctors and practice nurses can provide advice.  We offer a full range of services including the fitting of coils.  If you require emergency contraception, please tell our receptionists and we will arrange to see you promptly.  Remember this type of contraception is most effective within 24 hours.

Healthy Heart Clinic

Our Practice Nurses offer an annual check up if you suffer from heart disease.

Menopause Clinic

Our Practice Nurses offer advice and treatment by appointment.

Women's Health Clinic

Monday evening - 6.30pm to 7.30pm - prebookable appointments are available for coil fitting and removal, contraception advice, implanon fitting and removal, smears, menopause and HRT advice, sexual health advice and screening


10% of our practice population has an asthma diagnosis. However not all have current active symptoms.

If, as an asthma sufferer you have had to use your inhaler medication in the last 12 months then we would recommend that you see our trained nurse in asthma care. She will review your current treatment regimen, check your inhaler technique and offer solutions to difficulties you may be having with dealing with this condition.

inhaler2Our aims:

  • Monitor condition
  • Alleviate symptoms
  • Shared care and responsibility
  • Patient involvement
  • Use of educational material
  • Peak flows for all asthma patients

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Clinic (COPD)

stethoscope4This is generally a smoking related condition. It is estimated to affect 1 in 4 susceptible smokers. It affects sufferers in different ways but will lead to marked disability unless action is taken.

COPD progresses slowly and sufferers do not normally seek medical attention until their disease is quite advanced. Although smokers in their thirties may have early COPD, they often attribute their symptoms to a "smokers cough" and modify their daily activity to avoid exercise which provides breathlessness. By the time they seek help it may be to late for appropriate treatment. Terms like emphysema or chronic bronchitis have been used to describe this condition.

What can you do?

The most effective treatment is to stop smoking. This will reduce the rate of decline as we are unable to reverse this condition. If you wish to give up smoking please contact the Stop Smoking Service on 01274 437700.

Most of the treatments available are about trying to alleviate symptoms. During our clinics and usual surgery times we are happy to discuss these various options.

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