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GP Vacancy

25/01/2016 - If you get regular prescriptions and use the same chemist we can now send them electronically to the chemist (EPS). This is quicker and more reliable and saves you or the chemist having to pick them up from the surgery.

Please ask at your chemist for more details.

We have a reduced number of GP's from Jan 25th to the end of April 2016 due to illness and maternity leave. Please bear with us until we are fully staffed again.

Repeat Prescriptions

From Monday 1st February telephone requests for repeat medication will only be available between 09.30am and 12.30pm Monday to Friday.


A dedicated prescription clerk will process all telephone requests which should improve patient experience.


Please accept our apology if this is in any way inconvenient.


Buttershaw Lane – 01274 676318

Park Road – 01274 227576



Patient Reference Group Report 2014/15

Please click the following link to access the report.

PPG report 2104 to 2015.pdf





Parklands Practice Health Champions are starting a Ukelele band.  We meet at Park Road Surgery every 1st and 3rd Tuesday every month 1-2pm.


Friends And Family Test

How likely are you to recommend this practice to your friends and family if they needed similar care or treatment?

PLEASE LET US KNOW...............




Patient online services

From 1st April 2014 patients are now able to access their medical record via our SystmOnline service.  Along with record viewing patients are able to book/cancel appointments and order their regular medication.

If you would like register for online services please contact the reception team at the surgery. 


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How information about you
helps us to provide better care

Confidential information from your medical records can be
used by the NHS to improve the services offered so we
can provide the best possible care for everyone.

This information along with your postcode and NHS number
but not your name, are sent to a secure system where
it can be linked with other health information.

This allows those planning NHS services or carrying out
medical research to use information from different parts
of the NHS in a way which does not identify you.

You have a choice. If you are happy for your information

to be used in this way you do not have to do anything.
If you have any concerns or wish to prevent this from
happening, please speak to practice staff or ask at
reception for a copy of the leaflet “How information
about you helps us to provide better care”.
More information can be found here
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For further information see programme tab under further information opt out form


Bradford Districts Clinical Commissioning Group

Bradford Districts Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is made up of GP practices who have taken over some of the responsibilities of primary care trusts (PCTs) from April 2013. The CCG will ensure that clinical people like GPs and nurses are more involved in deciding what services should be provided for local people. Bradford Districts CCG serves a population of 330,115

Key Priorities

·       Tackling health inequalities through prevention, integration and partnerships.

·       Improving patient safety and the patient experience.

·       Transforming urgent care.

·       Improving outcomes of people with long term conditions.

·       Transforming mental health and community services.

·       Improving primary care quality and ensuring genuine engagement.


For more information go to

Parklands patients will not notice any changes to front line services.

Dental Emergencies

Patients who have a dental emergency but do not have access to a dentist should contact NHS 111. 

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