Farrow Medical Centre
177 Otley Road, Bradford, BD3 0HX
It's Monday 5:40 PM — Closing in 20 minutes
Telephone: 01274 637031
Fax: 01274 636001
Out of Hours: 111
Clinics & Services
We offer a free NHS Health Check which is a check-up for adults aged between 40-74, designed to spot early signs of stroke, kidney disease, heart disease, type 2 diabetes or dementia. Please speak to a Receptionist for further information.
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
Baby & Child Immunisations
Immunisation is one of the best ways to protect your child from disease. Our Practice Nurse is available, by appointment, to offer the full range of the NHS Immunisation programme.
You can find out more about which immunisations your child should have by clicking on this link.
Health Visitor Clinics
The Health Visiting Service is for families with children aged 0 – 5 years. The Health Visitor Team can be contacted on 01274 221223, Monday to Friday, 8.30 – 5pm.
Drop in Well Baby Clinics are held at various locations:
Monday, 1.30 – 3pm, Gateway Family Hub, 43 Thackeray Road, BD10 0JR
Tuesday, 1pm – 2.30pm, Barkerend Family Hub, 365 Barkerend Road, BD3 8QX
Wednesday, 12.30 – 3.30pm, Canterbury Family Hub, Basil Street, BD5 9HL
Thursday, 9am – 12noon, Woodroyd Medical Centre, Woodroyd Road, BD5 8EL
Thursday, 9.30am – 11.30am, Wrose Health Centre, Kings Road, BD2 1QG
Thursday, 1pm – 2.30pm, Community Works , Undercliffe Lane, BD3 0DW
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.
Chronic Disease Management Clinics
This includes long term conditions like Diabetes, Heart disease, Kidney disease, High blood pressure, Peripheral vascular disease, Stroke & Transient Ischaemic attacks (TIA).
If you have one or more of these conditions, we aim to invite you for a check in the month of your birthday. Additional monitoring throughout the year may be required by some people. A dietician, specifically for people with diabetes, is usually available on a monthly basis.
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 also available for the following services:-
Healthy Lifestyle Advice
Blood Pressure Checks
Suture Removal and Dressings
Flu, Pneumonia & Shingles Vaccinations & other routine immunisations
Travel Advice and some Vaccinations
Contraceptive and Sexual Health Advice – Well Woman Clinic
Cervical screening (smear test)
All our Doctors and Practice Nurses are happy to give advice on Family Planning. We offer a full range of services including the insertion of the contraceptive implant device.
Immunisations for children aged less than 5 years are done during baby clinic by the Practice Nurse. Please note immunisations for teenagers are usually performed by the School Nurse.
These are arranged by appointment with one of the Practice Nurses. Female patients will be sent a postal reminder when the test is due. However, if it has been more than 3-years (for patients aged 25-49 years) or 5 years (for patients aged 50-64 years) please book an appointment to see the Practice Nurse.
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