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You should only leave the house for very limited purposes:
Important - These reasons are exceptions – even when doing these activities, you should be minimising time spent outside of the home and ensuring you are 2 metres apart from anyone outside of your household.
There is separate advice about staying at home if:
Do not leave your home if you have either:
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Use the 111 online coronavirus service to find out what to do.
Only call 111 if you cannot get help online.
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Rooley Lane Medical CentreRooley LaneBradfordWest Yorkshire, BD4 7SSTel: 01274 223 118
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We now have a you said, we did progress report based on the results from our PPG. Click the Group Results tab from here
Now you can book some appointments online! See the latest news section for more details.
Now you can request your repeat prescriptions online! See the latest news section for more details.
With your consent, we can text you (free) a confirmation of your appointment and a reminder message a day before.See the latest news section for more details.
The new self check-in screen has arrived and is up and running. So avoid the queue and try it out when arriving for an appointment. It is simple to use but please ask at reception if you need any help
Thanks to all those who signed up to our Patient Group. We are currently running this year's major patient questionnaire and will share the results in mid-october. Please look out for further information in the "Latest News" section. We always welcome new members so please go to the Patient Group page if you would like to join.
The Practice nurse's job is to treat, advise and counsel patients presenting with nursing needs. She plays a major role in health promotion and secondary illness prevention. She may assist the doctor with various procedures
The healthcare assistant has her own surgery and is qualified to carry out treatment room duties. She works closely with the practice nurses.
The practice operates as part of a Primary Health Care team which includes the District Nurses, Health Visitors, Physiotherapists, Dieticians and Midwives. These health professionals are not based on surgery but come onto the premises to do clinics.Contact phone number: 01274 321945
Patients with Asthma will be invited to see our Practice Nurse Lesley for their regular check-ups. You can also book directly into our Asthma Clinic if you would like to discuss any aspect of your Asthma treatment.
Advice is provided by the Doctors and Practice Nurses in normal surgery. For ongoing contraception you can book directly in with the Practice Nurses.
By appointment only. If you have this problem, our Practice Nurse Sarah will invite you for a check-up on a regular basis.
By appointment only. If you have diabetes, our Practice Nurse Sarah will invite you for a check-up on a regular basis. You can also book directly in to our Diabetes clinic to discuss any aspect of your Diabetic care.
Provided by the Community Midwife and all the Doctors.
Physiotherapy clinics are held each week at the practice. Clinics are also held at St. Luke's Hospital. Referrals into these are made by the Doctor.
We will be happy to help you quit smoking with our friendly one to one regular clinics. We will use a variety of methods to help you including patches, tablets, gum and other methods. Feel free to book directly into the clinic by speaking to one of our receptionists.
This is run by the Health Visitors and is a drop in clinic alternate Wednesdays 10:00 - 12:00. For a baby's first routine assessment and vaccinations at 8 weeks please ask the receptionist for an appointment explaining what the appointment is for.
By appointment only booked by the nurse
Our patients tell us they want a convenient and safe warfarin service. The practice can now offer a warfarin monitoring service at this surgery. It is run in partnership with Prescribing Support Services (PSS). PSS is a service whose nurses and pharmacists are specially trained to monitor warfarin.
The service offers:
If you would like your warfarin monitoring at the surgery please contact 01274 800821
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