Clinics & Services

lady_nurse_taking_bpWe run a range of clinics details below.  For an appointment or further details, please call our reception on 01274 729602


This clinic is run by midwives.  If you become pregnant, you will be given a ‘booking appointment’ at which time the midwife will ask you some questions and carry out a general health check.  You will continue to be seen regularly throughout your pregnancy at the Hospital, or at Barkerend Health Centre or both.

Baby Clinic

Please note that from 01 March 2016 all baby immunisations will be pre booked appointments.  If you wish to book your baby for their routine immunisations please telephone the surgery on 01274 729602.  

Child Health and Immunisation

All babies from 8 weeks old are invited for regular check ups with one of our GP’s and Health Visitors and immunisations from our Practice Nurse.

Travel Immunisations

For patients travelling abroad, our Nursing Team offers advice and travel vaccinations if necessary.  Some of the travel vaccinations may be chargeable. 


Led by our Nursing team, this clinic offers advice and general health check ups to patients diagnosed with Diabetes

Diabetic Foot Clinic 

Clinics are held every two weeks.  Please ask at Reception to book an appointment or for further information.

Dietician Clinic 

Clinics are held weekly.  Please ask at Reception to book an appointment or for further information.

Free NHS sight test/hearing test   

If you are aged 60 or over and you find difficulty in visiting your Optician there is now a facility for a free eye/hearing test at your home.  For more information call today on 0800 85 44 77 to find out if you fall into the correct category.


Sharps Boxes

The Practice will be issuing diabetic patients with sharps boxes and collecting full ones from patients.


Stop Smoking


Please telephone 01274 437700 for help and advice if you would like to stop smoking.

Asthma / COPD

Asthma sufferers can book an appointment for this Clinic which is run by our Nurses who specialises in Asthma care.

The times of our Clinics are altered to accommodate the needs of our patients and are often changed for suitability, therefore, the times and days have not been printed. When telephoning for an appointment, a member of our Reception staff will advise when specialist clinics are held.

Minor Wound Management

The Surgery is now performing minor wound care.  This falls into the category of small burns, cuts, grazes etc which do not require stitches.  Should you have any queries or concerns please contact the Surgery for advice.

Shingles Vaccine

Information to follow shortly.

Flu Vaccine for children

A nasal spray will be offered to children aged 2 and 3 on 1 September 2013.  That is, children with a date of birth on or after 2 September 2009 and on or before 1 September 2011.  Please come and sit and wait at our Baby Clinic on a Thursday morning or book an appointment with the Practice Nurse.

Cough Medicine

The Clinicians have stopped prescribing cough syrup due to lack of evidence and risks in certain age groups.  We have a Practice Protocol now in place after a recent audit on cough syrup prescribing and all Clinicians are following that Protocol.

Head Lice

Please note that we do not prescribe medication for head lice.  This may be bought over the counter at any pharmacy.

Hearing Loop

A hearing loop is in place at the front Reception desk for those who are hard of hearing.  Please ask in advance if you require a British Sign Language Interpreter booking for your appointment.

Welfare Benefits Advisors in Surgery

Please note we have an advice worker from Family Action Bradford who is available every other Thursday, there are 3 appointments only which can be booked through calling the Surgery.    

Creative Support Community Links

Creative Support is to help people who have experienced loneliness, depression, or disability.  If you are over 55 this may be a service which may benefit you.  If you would like to know more then please go to

Steroid joint injections

Dr Shah is now able to perform the following injections, knee, shoulder, carpal tunnel, de quervains, trigger finger, tennis/golf elbow, trochanteric bursitis.  Plantar fascia injections will not be available for the time being.  A double appointment will be booked and the appropriate prescription will be issued which the patient will bring with them to the appointment. 







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