Health Promotion/disease prevention
Heart disease prevention, well man/woman checks
Family planning and sexual health advice (including coil fitting)
Holiday advice/vaccinations (excluding yellow fever)
Child health surveillance /hearing checks
Smoking cessation clinic
Chronic Disease management
Diabetes monitoring clinic
Asthma monitoring service
COPD monitoring service
Blood pressure monitoring
Heart disease monitoring service
General health checks for those with long term mental health problems
HRT and menopause care
Wellbeing Support Sessions
Grange Park Surgery invite you to join our free online Wellbeing Support Sessions run by our Social Prescriber Sue Moorchild.
Available online (Zoom) on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday each month at 11.00a.m each the session hosts a guest speaker talking and sharing a range of topics and themes, support and activities.
From Exercise to Healthy Eating, Listening to Learning, Mindfulness to Mental Health Wellbeing: there is something to interest everyone. Share your own experiences, ideas and interests!
For more information contact Grange Park Surgery on 01943 862108 and ask for an appointment with the Social Prescriber. If using Zoom is new to you support is available to learn how to connect.
The practice undertakes many minor operations under local anaesthetic. Please make an appointment with the doctor to discuss this.
This service is run by the Social Services Department. All enquiries should be to 01535 618 400.
Prevention is better than cure and we offer various services to help you stay healthy longer. We also have information leaflets on a wide range of medical matters - available from the Practice Nurse.
We operate a 3 year recall system for ladies aged 25-49 years and a 5 year recall for ladies aged 50-64 years.
If you are over 50 and are concerned about prostate cancer, please contact the surgery with a view to a full assessment. Click here to access the fact sheet which explains the process. We will arrange for you to have a telephone appointment with a doctor to discuss your concerns and to arrange for any necessary tests.
A check is recommended at least every three years. Keeping your weight down, avoiding excess alcohol and not smoking will help significantly.
Patients who are violent, aggressive or threatening towards GPs, staff or other patients may be removed from the practice's patient list. Alternative arrangements for treatment will be made by Bradford & Airedale Primary Care trust.
Certain services provided by the doctors are not covered by the NHS and you may be asked to pay a fee. Click here for detailed list of Practice Fees
- Private prescriptions
- Private certificates
- Private medicals
- Insurance claims
- Holidays vaccinations
- Fitness to drive
Patient Access to their GP Record
As a practice we are required to offer online access to summary information from your patient record. At present, the available information is limited but it is planned to include your allergies, medications and adverse reactions.
This information is now available through our website.
In view of the confidential nature of the information available, patients’ wishing to access this information are now required to complete an application form and present it at reception. Two forms of identification (from your passport, driving licence, bank statement or credit card statement) are required of which one must include your photograph.
Patients who already have online access to book appointments or order repeat prescriptions are required to complete an application form and provide the necessary identification if they wish to have online access to their medical records.
An application form and explanatory leaflet may be collected at reception or dowloaded here.
On submission of the application form, a Username and Password will be made available.
The NHS IT scheme is changing year on year so we expect that, within the near future, more information will be available to view on line.
Patients wishing to access their full medical records will have to follow the usual steps of making a written application and booking an appointment to come in to the surgery.”
Friends and Family Test in General Practice
The Friends and Family Test (FFT) is a feedback tool that supports the fundamental principle that people who use the NHS should have the opportunity to provide feedback on their experience, which can be used to improve services.
You can view a short video explaining it in more detail here.
The primary aims of the FFT are to:-
- gather useful feedback from people who use services that can be fed directly to the staff that provide their care, in a simple format, in near real time.
- identify areas where improvements can be made so practical action can be taken
- inform current and prospective patients about the experiences of those who use the practices services
The FFT question asks if people would recommend the services they have used and offers a range of responses, with a freetext option for additional comments.
A copy of the questionnaire is available in reception at the surgery or can be downloaded here FFT Questionaire 2.
This email address should only be used to reply to Practice Surveys, and should not be used to contact the surgery on clinical or other issues. It is only accessed on a periodic basis.
Details of Patient Responses will be published in the surgery and on the website
Bradford and Airedale Citizens Advice Bureau
Bradford and Airedale Citizens Advice Bureau offer free help to all Patients at our practice. A copy of their leaflet can be seen here. The service is provided on Thursday mornings at St Mary’s Parish rooms. Please make an appointment at the surgery reception. There is also a leaflet available about the Debt Relief line which is available here