All patients diagnosed with asthma and Chronic Obstructive Airways Disease (COPD) are invited to an annual check up to ensure that they are on the most appropriate and effective treatment for their condition. A Practice Nurse runs this Clinic.
Women across Bradford and Airedale are being encouraged to go direct to a midwife as soon as they know they are pregnant.
NHS Bradford and Airedale, in partnership with Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and Airedale NHS Foundation Trust, has launched a new ‘direct access to a midwife’ campaign to let mums-to-be know about their choices and to get their pregnancy care started sooner.
To help women get in touch with their local midwives, phones numbers and email addresses have been set up for each maternity hospital. Women who make contact can book their first appointment with a midwife so they can start getting support early in their pregnancy.
· Bradford midwives can be contacted on: 01274 364502 or
This is a drop-in clinic for WELL babies and children under 5 -years providing weighing, general advice and immunisations. Please note that sick babies and children cannot be seen at this clinic. The Health Visitors run this clinic and are also responsible for providing routine development check (by appointment) - with the doctors - for children aged 8-weeks, 7-months, 18-months and 3 to 3 and half years old. The Health Visitor Team can be contacted on 01274 322866.
Diabetic patients are invited to attend 3-6 monthly check-ups to ensure that their condition is being effectively controlled. The diabetic dietitian and podiatrist also attend these clinics.
Minor Illness Clinic
If you have a minor illness, Jo Briscoe, our Nurse Partner, is available during some Open Access surgeries.
Health Promotion Clinics - Appointment Only
The Nurses and Healthcare Assistants are available for the following services:-
- Suture Removal and Dressings
- Travel Advice and Vaccinations
- Contraceptive and Sexual Health Advice - Well Woman Clinic